That would be very cool and advanced!
Yeah, I’d hope it’s possible. But userscripts don’t mix nicely with CSPs (content security policy – these are headers that tell the page which scripts + other content is allowed to run, and user scripts often count as “arbitrary scripts” which are blocked by the web editor’s CSP). Hopefully it is possible though
Huh? What’s that?
Read the parenthesized text
After a couple of quick searches, a userscript version might be possible (yay!), but it would take a bit of extra work to get that version running since I don’t have access to different functions, classes, variables, etc.
would it still be possible to directly add the extension in the web? for example, if you reload your draft, you enter the draft editor which has your extension
currently my school blocks all sorts of extensions but if it’s not possible to do, it’s okay
I’m not sure what you mean by this. If you mean as part of the official web explorer itself, probably not. If you mean adding it as a separate JS script you can run with an extension like tampermonkey or as a JS bookmarklet, then maybe.
That’s how it would work regardless of method taken
Unless you’re on a Chromebook, you can just install a different browser
Project Search Progress:
Get it working at a basic level
Block trace messages
Reveal block in project
Visual check for small screens
@Awesome_E I just created a Siri Shortcut that is capable of converting a traditional Hopscotch Project link to a link that can be used by your Modded Player, Project Builder, and the Official Hopscotch Web Explorer.
If I could share it to you (or am even allowed to), I would. It is a Hopscotch related shortcut (somewhat). All it does is replaces the old link with the link to one of the sites mentioned above, and saves it to your clipboard.
Reason I created the shortcut: It was really inconvenient for me to keep pasting my link somewhere and creating the appropriate link manually (to your modded player, specifically. Doing this manually could’ve also led to accidental fake UUIDs), so I decided to create a shortcut that will automatically do all that for me.
It also makes it easier since people wouldn’t have to remember how to type the url to get to the page they want. It can be done in 3 easy steps: Copy, Paste, Convert.
oh thats interesting
do you mind if i try to make my version of that too?
Knock yourself out. It’s a really basic shortcut, other than the regex check to ensure it’s a valid project link (to an extent).
What I did:
Assuming your link is
https://c.gethopscotch.com/p/11mfoqcktv, (yes, this is a link to STAR-LINK).
for the project builder: replace
for the modded player: replace
for the web explorer: replace
Sure, go ahead. As long as we can verify that it does what you say, it’s allowed (otherwise this topic wouldn’t exist)
Ok. Here’s a link.
This shortcut has been updated to allow users to convert from a link used in your official web explorer.
@/Awesome_E link in edit reason. I put it there in case of needed approval. Feel free to edit the link into the post after approval.
Anything I should add or remove to improve on my shortcut? I’m open to suggestions.
Oh, this is embarrassing. I just found out I misspelled “Browser,” lol.
I’ll send a hotfix update.
I am proud to present Hopscotch Link Converter 2.0!
This was recreated from the ground up, which gives you the ability to convert any Hopscotch related link, whether it be an app link, the web explorer link, or a link from Awesome_E’s github, while also being smaller than before.
I also learned a few things about Dictionaries and how they work from all of this. Probably wasn’t the best idea, but hey, it works.
Trying to save a project via the Project Builder results in an infinite wait / never redirects to the shortcut used to save the project.
Affected Version: iPadOS 16.1.1
Affected File Size: 2.58 MB
I’m basically trying to upgrade my project’s version to 1.5.25 (I can’t do it in the app, because that will upgrade it to the latest version: 2.1.4, which I can’t use as that will break collisions and custom blocks).
There’s a link that says click here if you aren’t redirected automatically. If that doesn’t work, you can share a URL in edit history