Using userscripts in phpBB-based forums

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Using userscripts in phpBB-based forums

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Hello.

I hope this is the right section to ask the following question.

I'm a frequent visitor of a phpBB forum. There are some members of the community that I just can't stand. Unfortunately, I cannot use the "add foe" feature to hide their posts because some of annoying members are sadly admins and moderators. What can I do to mimic the "add foe" feature to be effective on staff team as well? Is there a userscript or sth similar that I can use?

Thanks in advance.
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Are you an admin on the board? If not there's not much you can do unless you can persuade whoever runs the board to sort it out for you.
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Mick wrote:Are you an admin on the board? If not there's not much you can do unless you can persuade whoever runs the board to sort it out for you.
Sadly, I'm not. I've heard about various styling extensions for web browsers so I thought that there might be a userscript that would provide a workaround for this issue of mine.
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That's outside of the scope of this board unfortunately. You could ask at developer communities from the browser that you're using, but I doubt that something like this exist.
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Here's a Greasemonkey script that should work for both phpBB 3.0.x and 3.1.x.
https://gist.github.com/kasimi/c33fdf4a ... 0a50996366

Use at your own risk. Hiding admin or moderator posts usually is not a good idea...
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kasimi wrote:Here's a Greasemonkey script
Yes, but the point is, but if he's not an admin with access to FTP there's nowt he can do.
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Mick wrote:
kasimi wrote:Here's a Greasemonkey script
Yes, but the point is, but if he's not an admin with access to FTP there's nowt he can do.
No need to FTP any thing..
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