Stream Infinite Scroll

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    This greasemonkey script makes small changes to the interface removing the need for you to click on the pagination number and wait for loading times every time you go to the next/previous page.

    Flickr Auto Pagination

    Tom Jolly, Andrea 'Pliz' Pelizzardi, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Ryan Brenizer 97 months ago | reply

      This. Is. Awesome.

    2. mortimer? 96 months ago | reply

      Version 0.2 fixes a bug in the number of page computation. It also introduces new pagination links on the left of the screen. It still have known bugs... but you should upgrade anyway while waiting for the next version.

    3. _ Krystian PHOTOSynthesis (wild-thriving) _ 96 months ago | reply

      Hello Mortimer, makes this Tool the Stream "skrollable to infinite" for the Visitors too or does it only work on the Stream you own... ? Anyway thanks for Information. Greetings.

    4. mortimer? 96 months ago | reply

      ! * Krystian`s PHOTOSynthesis * ! it should work on almost any pages with page numbers at the end, including your stream and others stream.

    5. Ric e Ette 96 months ago | reply

      I wonder if Krystian was asking if the visitors of his photostream would see the change if he installed the script. If that was the question, it is good to point out that the script works on any photostream, but only on the computer where the script is installed.

    6. mortimer? 77 months ago | reply

      the script has been updated to fix a few broken page and support the new activity pages.

    7. decembre 56 months ago | reply

      Haa...And now , is it "New Photo Page Compatible ?

    8. kentsmith9 56 months ago | reply

      I love this script and use it all the time with the new layout. I just noticed it is not compatible on each user's main photo page with the script "Flickr - Widescreen" by Patrick Joseph. His script only works on* and that is where I saw the problem. He must be altering the page number layout at the bottom of that page. I will post a not on his page about this problem.

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