[Userscript] Memrise Auto Learn

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(Cooljingle) #21

It’s due to the recent Memrise update, I’ll let you guys know when it’s functional again


(Cooljingle) #22

Script should be working again - latest is 0.0.5


(Hugh) #23

Thanks - working better now.


(Pvanhutch) #24

Thanks It’s Back!


(Cooljingle) #26

This script achieves the ‘next word’ part of what you were looking for


(El Vper20) #27

Awesome, thanks!


(Der Moment1608) #28

Thanks for updating the script! A blessing to have the working auto-learn-function again!


(Carhartt) #30

Hi, the script is currently not working for me.
All other userscripts seem to work fine.
Can anyone confirm this?


(Cooljingle) #31

Seems to work fine for me, although I just fixed an issue which was making it not work well with the Audio Provider script.


(Carhartt) #32

Yes you are right. I reinstalled the script and now everything is working fine again. Not sure what went wrong there before though.


(Revolliet) #33

So I’m not sure what I’m doing wrong, but I just can’t seem to get this working in Firefox. It works fine in Chrome, just not in Firefox. It used to work, but now the auto-learn icon doesn’t even show up.


(Thomas Heiss) #34

This is probably the reason: Warning: Disable Firefox Greasemonkey addon auto-update - V4.1 breaks user-scripts!


(Revolliet) #35

Thanks for the heads-up. I installed Tampermonkey instead and everything is working fine now.


(The Four Gated Danzig) #36

For some reason, if I click on the general “learn” it works, but if I go to a specific level and learn, then the button disappears.


(Electric Angel) #37

@cooljingle I always forgetting to toggle. Is there a way to set “auto learn on” default?


(Victor77727) #38

@cooljingle yeah that would be very useful…


(Linguistanerd) #39

Woooooooooow!
I’ve tried to create a good script like this for a little while, but always ran into some sort of problem. You, however, have created a subtle addition to the GUI, which works really well and without bugs. Thanks billions!


(Victor77727) #40

@cooljingle By the way, I’m curious - how long does it take you to write a working script?


(Cooljingle) #41

The first ones I wrote obviously took the longest, you learn from previous experience which helps things a bit. It depends a lot on the complexity and how much testing needs to be done to get it working. Some scripts have quite a few hours in them over the course of its life due to being gradually improved or getting broken and requiring a fix.


(Casper Duo) #42

You might want to consider putting a bigger setting in there