DeviantArt Filter 6.0.0, with support for Eclipse, is now available.
Usage information and additional screenshots available here: rthaut.github.io/deviantART-Fi…
I have downloaded the DA Filter update here in Chrome, but there is something that i don't clearly understand:
Before trying to do a reckless viewing move since today it's the first time i've downloaded it and i'm early starting with blacklisting what almost everyone here in DA knows, ¿what is a "wildcard", in the DA filter? ¿Can someone please explain it to me how it works? Because i don't know if marking a filter or tag as a "wildcard", whenever you choose "yes" or "no", instantly blocks a drawing with the tags on it.
Thank you for the suggestion; I have added it to the list (https://github.com/rthaut/deviantART-Filter/issues/149) to be implemented as a future enhancement. Note that there is not timeline/ETA yet for the next release.
is there a way for me to hide the deviation? i could before Eclipse, i mean so that i dont see the Icon of the app. also whenever i try to manually hide anything it gives me lag, could be me idk, Thanks for this incredible app
As of now I have not found a "good" way to completely hide filtered thumbnails that doesn't break the site/layout.
The Eclipse redesign uses an explicit grid, whereas the old version used an implicit grid. So with the old site, I could remove an thumbnail, and the grid would auto-adjust, but with Eclipse, removing the deviation either leaves a hole (which isn't really an improvement) or totally breaks the grid (which then interferes with loading more thumbnails).
If I ever figure out a simple way to bring this feature back, I will make sure to prioritize it.
This extension doesn't work for me. I've done every step in order, but nothing changes. Does anyone have any sort of idea how or what I could have done wrong? I'm using Chrome on a Chromebook 11 if that helps any.
This looks like an incredibly valuable add-on, but it doesn't seem to be working properly for me (I'm on Firefox). I don't know what Eclipse means, I'm new, but I'll keep looking for a way to filter.
Hi Wyvern, I just wanted to let you know that a new version of DeviantArt Filter is available now. Version 6 supports the new site (which is/was called Eclipse); you might want to give it another try now.
I just recently released version 6 of DeviantArt Filter, which does work on Eclipse, and should work on most (if not all) pages now.
If you already have the extension installed, it should automatically update within the next few days (if it hasn't already), or you can manually check for updates as well.