Sapiosenses

Jan 27, 2013

Hey Johan... do you not post that script stuff to userscripts.org any more?

I'd be inclined to post a link in my FAQ to some of those scripts but I tend to prefer stuff where the page at least describes what the script does to non-geeks. ;-)

Opera now finally has both a Greasemonkey interpreter called "Violent Monkey" (always had the ability to install user custom javascripts but the process wasn't friendly) and a Stylish add-on.

 

tactileswede

Jan 28, 2013

Only those occasional times when someone requests it (most of my user scripts probably have just one user :-) – here goes: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/157796

Thanks for the Opera add-on reference; I hadn't heard of that one. I hope it wraps all the Opera UserJS awesomeness tech; it would be a shame if it was as limited as its otherbrowserly competitors. ;-)

Sapiosenses

Jan 28, 2013

Ah, thanks for putting it up there - linked in my FAQ.

I haven't actually tried the Violent Monkey thing yet beyond just installing the extension, it's on my biiiiiig to-do list. ;-)

 

 

wontdance

Nov 7, 2013

I find that none of the questions that I created show up in the results using those querystring parameters e.g.:

http://www.okcupid.com/search?type=question&query=bubblegum

Yet, my questions do show up in "Questions I created." Makes me think the index that this uses hasn't been updated in a long, long time - or for whatever reason OKCupid staff manually picks and chooses which questions that want to be searchable.

Eye-CatchingName

Oct 6, 2014

Is it possible to make a user script that will omit profiles from search results where my age is out of their desired age range?

Desire415

Jun 16

So has anyone figured this out yet?

searching using question...

Here is the one that I would like to search for.. with specific criteria. is there a script that does this? 

 

Would you strongly prefer to go out with someone of your own skin color / racial background?

Eye-CatchingName

Jun 16

@Desire415 you can search by question/answer but I'm not sure if it's a regular feature or only for paid users. 

 

Browse Matches> In the bottom-right of the Show Me section is a field called Advanced> Question/Answer > search for the particular question. 

Sapiosenses

Jun 16

 

@Desire415 you can search by question/answer but I'm not sure if it's a regular feature or only for paid users.

 

This has been added to the standard match search ("Browse Matches" page), but it is A-List only.

The previous hacks (eg this one posted by del_sprite on 2012-03-07) still seem to work - albeit with an intermediate step where it says can't find anything and you just have to then click on "profiles"... but it's possible it's still an A-list only capability, I'm A-List so can't test right now on a standard user account.

 

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