Web SpigotGraph | Stats & Graphs of your resource sales | Sale calculator | Browser Extension 1.4.8

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  1. Holy crap that's so cool!!

    Add safari support;) <3
     
  2. Thanks, now i am learning about google extensions, i will search Safari & Firefox support

    Cheers, rodel77
     
  3. Sweet dude!
     
  4. Yeah, yesterday i created account on it, am these days i am learning in docs ;)
     
  5. rodel77 updated SpigotGraph | See sales stats in your premium resources| Chrome Extension with a new update entry:

    Launch For Chrome Store!!!

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  6. rodel77 updated SpigotGraph | See sales stats in your premium resources| Chrome Extension with a new update entry:

    1.1.0 | Rework

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  7. Hey, could you create an other tab with a table which displays every month with the amount of purchases and money you earned in the month?
     
  8. Cool, it will be added!
     
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  9. @rodel77

    Doesn't work with premium resources with multiple pages of buyers
     
  10. Multiple pages of buyers?
    I have one with 1500 buyers and it only has 1 page.
     
  11. Doesn't work for me. Maybe that is what you were talking about.
     
  12. Opps yeah thought it had multiple pages nvm, yeah on my bank plugin with 500+ downloads it doesn't work but works on my other ones.
     
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  13. Fix for people who get an error on getRate
    http://imgur.com/a/dg0vq
    It is kind of a hacky fix cus there shouldnt be a reason why the re is an empty exchange but u can assume its the selected one so ya :)
    To load this thing (Until the author fixes it), just go ahead and download it from github add the fix to buyers.js and load it via chrome :)
     
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  14. @rodel77

    Doing:
    Code (Text):

        var getRate = function(to, from) {
            // Save bytes in minified version
            var rates = fx.rates;

            // Make sure the base rate is in the rates object:
            rates[fx.base] = 1;

            // Throw an error if either rate isn't in the rates array
            if ( !rates[to] || !rates[from] ){
                console.log("'" + from + "'");
                console.log("'" + to + "'");
                throw "fx error";
            }

    Results:
    http://puu.sh/vrpV5/bb3cf56802.png
     
  15. @EnderPigs Make a fix for that, i will add it for next update!
     
  16. And about the "Page" bug, sorry but now i am not able to replicate it!