Articles tagged in scripturizer

  1. My First GreaseMonkey Script

    GreaseMonkeyGlen suggested that I should port the Scripturizer for Javascript to GreaseMonkey, and I finally managed to give it a go this weekend.

    It is trivial to get the script working. In fact I got to trim the bulk that provides Internet Explorer compatibility. The only tricky thing is variable scoping for a running GreaseMonkey user script.

    It is working well for now. You can download the user script from the GreaseMonkey section. It is not as configurable a the regular Scripturizer for JS, i.e. you cannot re-configure the engine by changing variables/parameters at runtime. However, it saves you a click to "scripturize" the HTML document, which currently can be done using the bookmarklet.

    Btw, Glen and Lawrence have teamed together to further the development of Scripturizer for WordPress. Code looks a bit massive on the SVN trunk, but has some good ideas, which I am hoping to include in Scripturizer for Javascript as well. Good works!

  2. Scripturizer for Javascript Bookmarklet

    This idea is actually implemented after Glen's comment on a possible Greasemonkey plugin. Instead of re-bundling Scripturizer for Javascript into a Greasemonkey user-script, where very limit number of users might give it a try, I have made it into a "bookmarklet" instead, where clicking on a button can scripturize any webpage that you are currently looking at.

    Taken from the bookmarklet section of the Scripturizer page:

    You are not only able to hyperlink Bible references on your own website, you can now also scripturize other websites! Even been to a website where the webmaster just forgot to provide links for passages to the text (like I usually do)? The Scripturizer bookmarklet is here to provide the fix.

    Bookmark it! And Scripturize It!

  3. Scripturizer and ESV Popup have moved!

    I have released the latest version of Scripturizer for Javascript and ESV Popup on FuCoder.com, my current programming/Internet blog. The new version is almost a complete re-write that walks through DOM tree instead of searching and replacing in innerHTML. I will also gradually migrate my other projects over …
  4. Scripturizer for Javascript 2.0 and ESV Popup 1.1

    Today I have migrated Scripturizer for Javascript and ESV Popup from my personal blogsite to FuCoder.com, and have updated them with the latest changes that I have been working on. Scripturizer for Javascript 2.0 Almost a complete re-write. Instead of searching and replacing innerHTML with regular expression, I …
  5. Scripturizer for Javascript 1.2

    A new version of Scripturizer for Javascript has been released which will utilise ESV Popup Javascript if it is available. Download Scripturizer.js 1.2 Changes: Feature: If Scripturizer.version is "esvpopup", and ESV Popup Javascript has also been loaded, then a link to popup ESV reference will be generated …
  6. Scripturizer for WordPress 1.4

    Thanks to Glen Piper for pointing out the incompatibility caused by Bible Gateway changes, I have made some minor modification to the Scripturizer for WordPress and release it as 1.4. Download Scripturizer 1.4 Changes: Bug Fix: Change the URL so it shall now work with updated Bible Gateway …
  7. Scripturizer for WordPress 1.3

    Jon Mark Allen added some interesting features into Scripturizer for WordPress, and released it as Scripturizer 1.2. So I took what he has done, borrowed the idea of Bible translation customisation, added a bit of code of my own, and released it as Scripturizer for WordPress 1.3. Download …
  8. Scripturizer for Javascript

    Moved! I have moved this project to my new programming/Internet blog -- Scripturizer for Javascript. About This comment got me thinking - whether Scripturizer, implemented in PHP or Perl on the server side, is too difficult to use for people who have no scripting language or programming background. Dean Peter's MovableType …
  9. Scripturizer for WordPress

    In response to MeanDean's request, I have migrated my original PHP scripturizer to the same level of functionality as his latest Perl version, as well as adding WordPress plugin capability to add Bible reference links through content filter. Download: scripturizer-1.4.php (21 Dec 2004 - blog entry) Download: scripturizer-1.3 …
  10. Porting Scripturizer to PHP

    Having enough breath of God? Err. I mean, we want more scriptures!! First of all, we see from 2 Peter 1:20-21 that all scriptures are having dual authorship - it is written by men at various time in various places. But at the same time they are all inspired by …
  11. Scripturizing Plugin Installed Here

    I have just installed the Scripturizing Plugin for MovableType, which scans the blog text for strings that look at Bible references, and then make a link to an online Bible so that the readers can see whole verse. For example, it shall automatically make a hyperlink when it hits a …