Flickr Hacks – Part 1.

Posted in Hacks by AltF on May 25, 2006

Cool Flickr Hacks

To get the following scripts running, you must have the Greasemonkey Firefox extension installed.

Lickr removes the need for Flash. It runs within the web browser Firefox, stripping the Flash before the user can even see it, and replacing it with an equivalent interface in pure HTML and Javascript.

Greased Lightbox
Greased Lightbox is Joe Lencioni’s Greasemonkey/Creammonkey/Opera user script designed to enhance browsing on websites that link to images such as Google Image Search, Flickr, Gmail, Facebook, MySpace, and deviantART

Graph photostream
Greasemonkey script to display a graph of the number of times your photostream has been viewed.

Group recent comment enhancement
It enhance the last group comments page ( to be able to display directly the last comments in the page. This way, you do not have to switch pages to have a quick look at the discussions in your groups.

Flickr: More menus 0.5
The new Gamma interface provided by Flickr introduces a menu system that allows you to quickly access some of the major pages you would use.However, these menus do not always provide the fastest access to some of your page.This greasemonkey script introduces sub-menus to access hidden pages.

Flickr MultiMailer
Lets you send FlickrMail to multiple recipients

Super Batch Processing for Flickr
Flickr is lacking of creating a list of arbitrary photos for batch operations. This script provides a "shopping cart" for you to collect your photos to process. After you added a number of photos in cart, you can edit as a batch, make an album, a slideshow, or a mosaic. Items in cart will be saved in greasemonkey storage and will be remembered while you're visiting different pages in flickr.

Group search box where it belongs
When you view a group topic, there is no quick way to search for another topic in that group discussions.Here is another really simple script to add a group discussion search box after the "more… or post a new topic" in the left column listing the group latest topics.

Camera Name Tag Addr
The basic idea is that you can add your camera name (from exif data) as tags with a quick click!

More User Links
Combines the Scout Link script by netomer and my rewrite of the Browse by Interesting script originally by steev and makes it easy to add more links to whatever you need to appear in the submenu.

Manage View and Fave Groups
A Greasemonkey script to help manage photos in view groups and fave groups such as top-v, 100 Views, and 5-10 Favorites.In your photostream view (sorted by views or favorites), the script will display which view and favorites groups your photos belong to, so you can see at a glance whether your photos are in the proper groups. The script also adds dividing lines between common group boundaries, such as 25-50, 50-75, etc.

Flickr Surf
The simplest script ever: adds a "Surf" link to the surf page under the Slideshow link for the user photostream. In the surf page, it adds a Previous and Next to move by one photo and not 3 like the skip buttons is doing.

Makes it easier to quote people in your replies

Batch Enhancer Enhanced
As the name suggests Batch enhancer — Enhanced!

Flickr Titles + Descriptions Batch Tools

Flickr PM
Adds useful links next to usernames in forums/groups and photo pages

Multi Group Sender
It lets you send images to multiple groups, it also loads a bit faster as it doesnt have to load all the group icons.

Group photo pools Watch
It add an icon beside each group name to fetch last photos from the group pool feed. Additionaly it adds three links to fetch/open/close all the photo pools at once.

Groups List Sorter + Group Searcher
Search Groups via Google: this script by Plutor adds a second group search box, that searches Flickr Groups via Google.


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