There is a bug in dgg, where it does not work on more than the first page. I have fixed the minor issue:To get this script to work on more than the first page, simply replace line 53:if(i == p.length-2 || i < 0) return mainFilter;withif(i == p.length-2 || i < 0 || p.substr(i+2,4)=="page") return mainFilter;I'm also going to try to add functionality to block articles that start with a number (as in the 10 best wastes of time).
I don't know if you get notified that there is a new comment on the userscripts page or not, but I fixed the bug and added functionality to the dgg script. It now supports regular expression filtering. I also added my list of filters for people that want to filter out the spammy lists (which is the main reason that I use the script).I seriously hope that you do not mind. You did some things that I never would have thought of (integrating the settings into Digg's settings) and really did put together a great script.If you approve of the changes that I made, you might want to consider changing the description to include that it supports regular expression filtering as well so that will come up in the search. A more detailed summary might help with the ranking, since it comes up low on the list at the moment, unfortunately.Thanks again for the great script!
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