Sapiosenses

Jan 27, 2013 10:49pm

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 11:07am

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 3:53pm

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 4:58am

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 7:55pm

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, 2015 12:00pm

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, 2015 2:35pm

@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, 2015 10:55pm

 

@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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