Jonathan Gawrych

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    This is very important and should be high priority. The speed is way too long for a simple get request.

    Also move your javascript libraries to a cdn to improve speed, server load, and caching between other sites.

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    I would love a daily/weekly email digest

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    Jonathan Gawrych commented  · 

    Here's an updated script I have done:
    http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/474071

    Uses native javascript/stylesheets. It hides the faces, but also condenses the area and expands the progress bar to make use of the whitespace. Tested on firefox 28 and chrome 34.

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    Jonathan Gawrych commented  · 

    TorbenB beat me to the punch on making a userscript

    The main problem is you can't implement this just on comic-rocket alone. Due to security features, key presses could not be registered, cross-domain, through the iframe. Greasemonkey can't even bypass the same-origin policy problem (other than that nice hack of running the script everywhere (@match http://*/*))

    comic-rocket would either have to do one of the following:
    - Settle with allowing navigation if and only if the navbar frame or the main page was in current focus (if you click on the comic's page, navigation would no longer work)
    - Proxy every single webpage to avoid same-origin (massive overhead and not viable)
    - Promote/Use TorbenB's userscript
    - Develop a add-on extension that allowed bypassing same-origin policy (but only in this very specific case)

    It's a headache, and there are some tradeoff, but it could be done.

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