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Discussion in 'General' started by Flora, Dec 15, 2017.
05 02 2014
Possibly when I joined greasyfork.
I have no idea if it's my script or not. Could be a factor. If I do upload it, I will probably put it under "Unlisted user script" and share the link here. But for the other public scripts, look at my signature. I still have many more to go before uploading.
Is anyone interested in a modified "mmmturkeybacon Color Coded Search with Checkpoints" that will work on the worker site? Still needs some fixing before I put it up.
So we were talking about 2 diff things.
Thank for this.
Someone mentioned something before. I do need to look into the status detail pages. But, testing it is an issue as I'd have to come across one that I've completed that has a long HIT title.
Is anyone interested in a modified version of "mmmturkeybacon Color Coded Search with Checkpoints" for the worker site? Making it look okay is still an issue on zoom-level and browser.
I added status_details pages but it didn't work,
the html might be different
probably not worth worrying about
It works perfect for me. With some of the longer titles that wrap now it makes TO1 accessible from the Hits Page. The only way I can access it otherwise is by opening the requestor name into a new window.
I don't know what mmmturkeybacon is so can't weigh in on that one.
I don't know what you mean by this:
Also, are you able to make a script that shows time spent on a hit?
For the MakeTitlesFit script to work on status_details. Someone mentioned something like that before. I understand what they mean now. Never mind, sorry for any confusion.
I'd have to ask the person making these scripts for me if they can do something like that, but I think it might be too complex. There might be scripts that do that, as part of a much larger script.
When you go to https://worker.mturk.com/status_details/2017-10-22 and look at the very bottom of the page, does it have "Last" to the right side of "Next"? If not, please mention your browser and browser version. Also, whether you're using GreaseMonkey, TamperMonkey, or something else.
the html on status pages is quite a bit different, you can't sort by columns etc
I use firefox and violentmonkey
2 & next active if there is a next page
Previous 1 2 Next
everything greyed out if there are less than 21 hits that day
Previous 1 Next
you probably have some kind Que helper/Pagenation scripts,
I have no Last link
that would really be annoying if you did a bunch of hits
and had to scroll through several pages to get to the last page
it's like Amazon intentionally left out all the good ideas
from the last 10 years of Mturk and 20 years of Amazon
It was worth asking! I don't know why mturk changed it. A lot of times I forget what the original time was and so am left with not really knowing how long I took on a hit. And if I remember correctly I saw a script in Greasyfork that is just for time remaining on a hit so we already had access to having that information if we wanted it.
I installed turkopticon,but i its not working.what should i do?
Did you install Tampermonkey? That is needed to get most scripts to work.
Speaking of TO is there a way to separate TO1 and TO2 icons so both can be accessed when scrolling through the hits? Currently the only way I have figured out how to access both is to click the requestor name and from there they both can be accessed.
Do you have https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/37019-statusdetaillastlink installed?
I'm using Chrome and mine does show the last page rather than "last". Example: 1, 2...8 next. So I just click on 8 and that's the last page.
Do you have a link to the old script? If so, please reply with it. I can ask someone if they're willing to modify that script to work on the worker site.
Is there a need for a blacklist script? When a HIT matches a requester ID or HIT ID, the script will "hide" it on the page. I'm sure there are current scripts which have this capability, but does anyone need a standalone script that performs this function?
Is a script doing this? Because with Greasemonkey disabled, it doesn't act like that for me. But I'm using FireFox at the moment.
No scripts. I disabled Tampermonkey to see if that was there and it was. It's from Mturk.
Do you use Mturk Suite?
Ah yes that's it. I have MTS installed but I am not using it. Didn't know that MTS was doing that. Thanks.
Someone is trying to make one. I'll have to test it. The idea is to capture the page load time and the page unload time, and calculate the difference. This will count returned HITs. However, this database is going to work with the status_detail pages, and since that only goes back 150 days, it will probably be set up to purge the database of anything older than that. This isn't going to be anything fancy. I hope it will be okay that it only saved things for 150 days since it's simply going to be tying assignment ID in the database to the assignment ID on the status_detail pages.
Also, does anyone want a script to bring back classic All HITs pages? I have one. Will probably upload it sometime in the future.
I would totally like that...let me know if you do.
To which script? Keeping track of time for HITs, or changing the All HITs linked to a certain URL?
The ClassisAllHITsLink script would change "All HITs" to a link that should show what it would be if it weren't for the changes. This, however, does not change the fact that when completing your queue, it goes to worker.mturk.com and shows the last search results. In other words, this clearly finds links containing "All HITs" on worker.mturk.com/* and changes it to a specific URL. I don't have a copy of that URL on this computer. It will be apparent though when looking at the code for when I do eventually upload it.
To me, it seems "dumb" for "All HITs" to show anything but All HITs. As "All HITs" should mean all the available HITs for a worker, and not the latest search result!
I don't understand why hiding a match would be helpful so can't comment on that.
I personally have gotten used to the All Hits Page and now that I'm using your MakesTitleFit script I'm fine with it...except for the TO1 icon not being accessible on that page.
Does the MakeTitlesFit script interfer the TurkOpticon script/addon you're using? If so, let me know the browser, browser version, and script you are using to see if I can get a workaround done for the MakeTitlesFit script.
Also, a Blacklist script can be useful if your search results are polluted with 20bn or ScoutIt HITs, for example.
The HowLongDidITake script will record when the HIT was last opened, when it was unloaded, to determine the time duration. It will then save this in a database (for no more than 150 days). This database will be used to modify worker.mturk.com/status_details/2018-01-14 to show how long it took to do the HIT. Once the script it complete, I need to test it for a number of days.
I am using both TO1 and TO2 scripts. Only TO2 is accessible on the main Hits page as the icon for TO2 is underneath the icon for TO2 so only TO2 opens up when I mouse over it. (If I open the Requestor into a new window then they are separated in different rows and I access both TOs that way.) I am using the latest version of Firefox Quantum - 57.0.4. I am not having a problem with MakeTitlesFit. In fact if the requestor's name is long and has to wrap then it bumps the TO1 icon up just enough to where I can scroll over it to access it. But that is few and far between to have long requestor names that wrap.
Ahh, so Blacklist is the Block requestor feature that was the Block Requestor script that I have on Tampermonkey (does that one not work anymore?) and wasn't it part of another script that also gave the option to block titles, leave yourself a note, and get requestor ID number (or something like that)?