By Sami Samhuri

March 2007

Diggscuss 0.9

The biggest change is that it uses XPath for the dirty work, which makes it quite a bit more readable. It's 100 lines longer than the previous version, but it does twice as much.

Now both a [reply] and a [quote] link are added to each comment. Replying to parent comments now adds @username: to the comment field as well as the links added by the script.

Regression: The link to the parent comment is no longer displayed. If you miss this then let me know and I will add it back in.

Any comments, criticism or feature requests are welcome just leave me a comment here or on

Happy Digging!

Digg v4: Reply to replies (Greasemonkey script)

It's nearly identical to the previous one but works with Digg v4 and should be slightly more efficient. I'm working on making it faster because I believe it is quite inefficient as it is. It was David Bendit's (the original author) first script though so kudos to him for starting this thing because I love it. I just hate a slow greasemonkey script on pages with hundreds of comments.

Please leave me some comments if you appreciate this, or have any feedback on the code.

Happy Digging!

Digg this script!

Full-screen Cover Flow

Cover Flow

now comes in a full-screen flavour. It's pretty sweet, but unfortunately the remote controls iTunes exactly the same so you need a mouse to flick through the covers.

That made me wonder if Front Row used this full-screen Cover Flow view for albums now, but it doesn't. I hope Apple gets on this and adds it to Front Row and the Apple TV. I'm sure it's already on their list.

I would love to be able to flick through my albums with the remote right now, but I'm not going to install one of those 3rd-party remote config tools. Guess I have to wait for Apple to do it.