Monthly Archives: January 2014

Reusing page jQuery in a Greasemonkey script

Many times I’ve used a RIA or a website and wanted it to behave differently or have an additional functionality that I need. Thanks to Greasemonkey this is possible.

We live in a jQueritifed world where most of the web pages use jQuery.

That’s why on of the things that I need to do most of the time when I write a userscript is to reuse the jQuery from the webpage without loading a new jQuery instance from the web. This will make my script much more responsive and who needs to load something that is already there.

Save your time by not reinventing the wheel and just use the boilerplate code I’m using for my Greasemonkey scripts.

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Eclipse Keybindings for Sublime Text 2

Ever wanted to use your Eclipse keybindings/shortcuts in Sublime Text 2?
Are you too lazy to learn new shortcuts? (as I am)

If the answer is yes then the following JSON is just for you:

Open Sublime Text, goto Preferences -> Key Bindings-User and paste the JSON there.


Enjoy the good old Eclipse shortcuts.

The GIST with the shortcuts is what I need and use. It might not be full or contain all the features you need. If you need more or other shortcuts  visit the Sublime Forum or see one of the following links.

If this is not enough then Google it or click the link – (now we both know how lazy you are).

Applying CSS Styles Before Printing with AngularJS

In a world full of fancy shining jQuery plugins one can’t simply print.

Often you’ll be using a grid JavaScript plugin or another heavy visualization component. One of the pitfalls you might experience with those components is that they don’t look nice when you try to print them. Sometimes this can’t be solved by with the dark side of the force a.k.a pure CSS.

So, what are our options?

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eRepublik Economy Helper

eRepublik Economy Helper is an addon script I’ve created for the browser game eRepublik. It’s purpose is to simplify the game economy and identify scammers on the black market. You can install the script from its UserScripts page INSTALL

Features list:

  • Shows available products in  your inventory on market page. Never again buy more resources than you need.
  • Sets market and exchange market offers initial quantity from 1 (0) to max.
  • Shows total value in CC for each offer inside the market.
  • Show scammers warning on both – profile page and private messages page.

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How to open FXG files?

Most of you, who’ve used Adobe Flex related products have probably used Flash Catalyst and the FXG format.

You can open your old FXG files with Adobe Illustrator CS 6 or Flash Catalyst CS 5.5. Unfortunately (as it happens to all Fllex related technologies these days) the new version of Illustrator (Illustrator CC) can’t open the FXG files anymore and Catalyst is discontinued since 2012. So, what happens if we’ve upgraded to Adobe CC products. How do you open FXG files from your older projects?

Well, this happened to me several days ago. After banging my head agains t the wall for a while I found this tool: Continue reading How to open FXG files?