Browser Scripts on dA
"Did you know that for most browsers, there are many scripts and add-ons you can install to improve your dA experience? Examples of things browser scripts can do for you are easily finding plz accounts
, using more emoticons
in the forums and turning off the lights
to better see some deviations!
Ever wanted to enlarge and collect
thumbs easily, tell apart your group messages
or search through your notes
? Browser scripts make it possible.
Especially with Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome you have a wide range of options. Many scripts for Firefox work through greasemonkey
. In Chrome, some scripts require tampermonkey
to work. These are free and easy to install and use.
Some more popular browser scripts:
You can browse more browser scripts on dA here
Before installing a script, I do recommend checking the submit date and the latest comments - if it's several years old, there's a chance the script has become outdated.
Go forth and enhance your dA experience!"
Notes IconsSuggested by ^SingingFlames and written by ^bradleysays.
Did you know there are five different icons that correspond with the status of incoming and outgoing notes?
These are notes that are sent by other deviants with you as the recipient. Read
- this icon indicates that you've read, but not yet replied to the note. Replied
- this icon indicates that you've read and replied to the note. Unread
- this icon indicates that you have not read the note.
These are notes that you have sent to another deviant. Read
- This icon indicates that a note you have sent has been read by the recipient. Unread
- This icon indicates that a note you have sent has not
been read by the recipient.
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