Some days ago I did my very first GreaseMonkey script, to ease the navigation in the Debian BTS bug reports.
I noticed that bug reports can have many messages, and the messages themselves sometimes tend to be very long, because of verbose logs posted to help the maintainers to understand the problems and fix them.
The usage is very simple. After installing (and eventually activating) the script, when you go on a bug report page in the DBTS (the address is something like http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?blahblahblah) in the right bottom corner of the page (regardless of the scrolling) there are some letters:
- T: goes to the Top of the page
- F: goes to the First message
- P: goes to the Previous message
- N: goes to the Next message
- L: goes to the Last message
- B: goes to the Bottom of the page
I know, at the moment it’s very ugly, maybe I’ll add some fancyness (like a border, or icons instead of letters), but the important thing is that it works (at least for me, but if you have some problems using it, or feature requests, please tell me).