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deviantAnywhere for Chrome by PostaL2600 deviantAnywhere for Chrome by PostaL2600
Keeps deviantArt always near you by placing a summary of your deviantArt inbox and groups messages on every web page you browse.

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You can get this extension from Chrome Web Store: [link]

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deviantAnywhere is also available for Firefox. Please check this deviation: [link]

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Given 2011-11-15
deviantAnywhere for Chrome by ~PostaL2600 is a helpful script to always keep up to dAte anywhere on the web! The customising options help making it fit your message center.
There's also a version for FireFox!
Also suggested by =The--Last--Hope.

dA related / Skins & Scripts / Browser Scripts & Extensions ( Suggested by NAkos and Featured by namenotrequired )
half-rose Jan 12, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Does the Chrome version works with Opera?
Yes it is ;). I've uploaded yesterday the extension on Opera store and I'm waiting for approval. Don't tell anyone, it's a secret :P
since you mentioned intense traffic in the comment below, i'm kinda afraid to use this now.
will it get me banned if i set the refresh rate thing at 1 minute? :saddummy:
It does not apply to the Chrome version, only the firefox version, where you could set (tho you SHOULDN'T) 1 second as the update time. That will be obviously removed in the next version.
I recently decided to give Chrome a try and this was the first thing I added to it after being very content with the Firefox version. And I noticed two differences:

1.) The check interval goes down to 1 second on Firefox, whereas the Chrome version only features 1 minute upwards. Just setting a float value seems to work, though [I use 0.08 minutes]. However, it also seems to skip sometimes. Might be due to the high frequency, don't know.
2.) Unlike the Firefox version, the Chrome version apparently can only have one instance of the message page open. That's not bad, actually. But would it be possible to have an option that "overwrites" the existing message tab when a new message is detected?

But still, extremely useful extension.
Hello! Thank you very much for your feedback.

1.) This time interval was intended due to some reports on devAny for Firefox. There where a few accounts that where blocked due to very intense trafic generated by extremely high refresh reates. What do you mean by "skip"? Is it skipping one update round meaning it updates only once every two minutes if you set it to one minute ?

2.) The idea was that if you have the inbox page open it would be easier for you to keep track of your inbox by just having one tab page and refresh that one. Now, I didn't also make it auto-refresh itself because, at least at the time, when you where refreshing a page with a comment in edit mode (composing an comment) the page was not warning you that you might loose that comment and just when refreshing.

Actually, it is not a bad idea to have an option in the settings like "Prevent multiple inbox tabs", I'll just add it as a feature for the next versions, thank you ;)
Thank you very much for your great support! :hug:
namenotrequired Feb 12, 2013  Student Interface Designer
You're welcome :hug:
Ray-Striker Dec 10, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Does it work on Safari? I have MAC
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