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Support for popout chat #85

silverwind opened this Issue Mar 5, 2014 · 5 comments


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Popout chat support would be great!

Looks like a simple change to @include is all that's needed.

@jpgohlke jpgohlke added the enhancement label Mar 6, 2014

@hugomg hugomg added bug and removed enhancement labels Mar 6, 2014


hugomg commented Mar 6, 2014

I'm reclassifying this as a bug - the script was already supposed to work with the popout chat and even had the the @includes for it.

Unfortunately, I can't test it myself right now. Is this just a greasemonkey loading issue (meaning that the script runs correctly if you paste it into the console and it would just be a matter of updating the @include urls) or did one of the recent updates (to the script or to twitch itself) break the script?

It's because twitch changed their URL, from




I'm not sure they use the beta URL still, might be worth keeping it around for a while.


Zephymastyx commented Mar 6, 2014

This only affects the userscript version,correct? Works perfectly fine for me.
As I don't use that version, can you confirm it works when you replace the @include? You can paste chat_filter.user.js in your console instead of the loader to test changes easily.

Yeah, it's only for the userscript. I'd suggest making the include lines more flexible by replacing them with a regex. This one works fine for me:

// @include     /^https?://(www|beta)\.twitch\.tv\/.*twitchplayspokemon.*/

@hugomg hugomg added a commit to hugomg/twitch-chat-filter that referenced this issue Mar 7, 2014

@hugomg hugomg Fix greasemonkey not recognizing popout chat
Now the @include directive uses a single regex that should
automatically cover all the cases.

Fixes #85

@Zephymastyx Zephymastyx referenced this issue Mar 7, 2014


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@jpgohlke jpgohlke added the completed label Apr 18, 2014

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