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RGL Profile Chrome Extension
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Another project: RGL Profile Chrome Extension

I asked around what projects I could work on and I had a few ideas, and I ended up doing this as a challenge to do it in one day. I also have in mind for a chrome extension that allows you to rcon to a server directly in chrome.

Download: here

A cool chrome extension that will automatically get an rgl link embedded to the profile's page.
More details are listed on how to install this extension. I will eventually add it to chrome however.

You will need your own steam API key, there's instructions on the github page.
If you have an error, it will post it in console. You must set your steam api key before using this extension.

Example:
Go to your steam page with this extension
You will see a tiny "RGL Profile" text, click to to visit their rgl page.

http://i.imgur.com/i189Eev.png

In addition to this, if the profile is private or somehow cannot access the container to append this to, the popup will link to the profile as well.

Example:
Go to your steam page with this extension
Click on the ugly white icon, and it'll give you the link! Click and go.

http://i.imgur.com/UnyM5oD.png

Another project: RGL Profile Chrome Extension

I asked around what projects I could work on and I had a few ideas, and I ended up doing this as a challenge to do it in one day. I also have in mind for a chrome extension that allows you to rcon to a server directly in chrome.

[b]Download[/b]: [url=https://github.com/c43721/rgl-chrome]here[/url]

A cool chrome extension that will automatically get an rgl link embedded to the profile's page.
More details are listed on how to install this extension. I will eventually add it to chrome however.

You will need your own steam API key, there's instructions on the github page.
If you have an error, it will post it in console. You must set your steam api key before using this extension.

Example:
Go to your steam page with this extension
You will see a tiny "RGL Profile" text, click to to visit their rgl page.
[url=https://imgur.com/i189Eev][img]http://i.imgur.com/i189Eev.png[/img][/url]

In addition to this, if the profile is private or somehow cannot access the container to append this to, the popup will link to the profile as well.

Example:
Go to your steam page with this extension
Click on the ugly white icon, and it'll give you the link! Click and go.
[url=https://imgur.com/UnyM5oD][img]http://i.imgur.com/UnyM5oD.png[/img][/url]
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funny

funny
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this is neat but imo a logs.tf extension would be much more applicable

this is neat but imo a logs.tf extension would be much more applicable
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bleghfarecthis is neat but imo a logs.tf extension would be much more applicable

Could you further this more? I mean you would link to the logs.tf page already through rgl unless they're not registered in RGL. Could also just be another project.

[quote=bleghfarec]this is neat but imo a logs.tf extension would be much more applicable[/quote]
Could you further this more? I mean you would link to the logs.tf page already through rgl unless they're not registered in RGL. Could also just be another project.
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Is it cool if I try and port this over to firefox? Been meaning to learn how to do it for some other extensions but this is a lot better of a starting point than what i want to tackle eventually.

Is it cool if I try and port this over to firefox? Been meaning to learn how to do it for some other extensions but this is a lot better of a starting point than what i want to tackle eventually.
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bleghfarecthis is neat but imo a logs.tf extension would be much more applicable

This already exists when the user has his game info on public: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tf2-stars/hfbjphgoffoahbnlkpfijmefofmmcfng?hl=en
it's just for etf2l, ugc and logs.tf though, not rgl

[quote=bleghfarec]this is neat but imo a logs.tf extension would be much more applicable[/quote]

This already exists when the user has his game info on public: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/tf2-stars/hfbjphgoffoahbnlkpfijmefofmmcfng?hl=en
it's just for etf2l, ugc and logs.tf though, not rgl
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bleghfarecthis is neat but imo a logs.tf extension would be much more applicable

https://www.teamfortress.tv/55501

Will be back when etf2l's api is working again (kodey did some dodgy code so it has to check etf2l before it can check rgl or smth)

[quote=bleghfarec]this is neat but imo a logs.tf extension would be much more applicable[/quote]

https://www.teamfortress.tv/55501

Will be back when etf2l's api is working again (kodey did some dodgy code so it has to check etf2l before it can check rgl or smth)
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BuildBruhIs it cool if I try and port this over to firefox? Been meaning to learn how to do it for some other extensions but this is a lot better of a starting point than what i want to tackle eventually.

Go right ahead! Make a PR and I can add it to a branch if you'd like.

coyo, my extension would work for steamcommunity.com/id link match, while kodey's looks for tf2c, which may be where he wants to see logs appended on the steam page as well as the rgl link.

[quote=BuildBruh]Is it cool if I try and port this over to firefox? Been meaning to learn how to do it for some other extensions but this is a lot better of a starting point than what i want to tackle eventually.[/quote]
Go right ahead! Make a PR and I can add it to a branch if you'd like.

coyo, my extension would work for steamcommunity.com/id link match, while kodey's looks for tf2c, which may be where he wants to see logs appended on the steam page as well as the rgl link.
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