Greasemonkey mostly not working - help?
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The three that work are Add Worldcat on Add Books Page, Sort and Re-Link on Combine/Separate pages, and Group Links on Talk Page.
The one that half-works is LT Copy Book - I get the buttons on Book Details, I click one and the Manual Add page opens...and that's it. Nothing copies.
Sort Author Works, Named Styles and Work Edition Grid 2 do nothing whatsoever - GM says they're running on the appropriate pages, but I don't see the links for Sort Author Works, the grid doesn't show up, and I don't see the field to add a name on the Edit Views page (that's where it was for Named Styles, right?)
And most importantly - Cover Navigation 2 does nothing. If I click on an Amazon cover, it warns about changing the ISBN rather than offering to grab; if I click on Information, I don't get the carousel in the top right; etc. Oh! And that may have been the source of the problem that made me reset - I couldn't see covers on the cover page, it just showed the spinner forever. So this one has extra problems.
I also used to have Worldcat Direct Link, Autocomplete Tags, and More "editions" Links. Those aren't brightcopy's (as far as I can see) and I can't find them on the mirror site.
I don't understand why they aren't working - they were fine before the reset. I'm on FF31 now. Any suggestions?
I do have the worldcat links working which I think is from here: http://www.librarything.com/topic/82389#1724981 (also see #60, #61 and #65 for the more editions and other worldcat link). I'm assuming you went through that thread already, but just in case you didn't.
As for the tag autocomplete, I think that was omargosh? Yeah, it's here: http://www.librarything.com/topic/165510#4610415
(Unless you meant you can't find them mirrored, in which case I don't know :( I managed to re-install before userscripts went away)
Edit: Yes, that is what you meant, and I'm having 2 a.m. reading-comprehension-fail. I should probably sleep.