The Spockholm Toolbar needs to be installed in the form of a Chrome Extension or FireFox Add-On.
1. Go to http://cdn.spocklet.com/spockholm_toolbar_lite.user.js. You will see a standard warning about Extensions in the bottom left of your screen. Click continue. UPDATE: If you have the latest version of Chrome, you will need to download the toolbar from the Chrome Web Store. Use the link below or go here for more details.
Installing the Spockholm Toolbar in FireFox requires an extra step because you need to install Greasemonkey first. Go here to install the Greasemonkey Add-On and click on "Add to FireFox".
Now you can install the Spockholm Toolbar by following the step below.
1. Ensure that Greasemonkey is enabled. You can check on it from the Greasemonkey icon located in the upper right corner of your screen. This is also how you can turn it off when needed.
http://cdn.spocklet.com/spockholm_toolbar_lite.user.js. You will see Greasemonkey doing its thing.
3. Click on "Install" from the popup window.
Once the Spockholm Toolbar is installed, it will automatically load on top of the Game Header.
Here is closer look at the items you will see on the surface and their function.
Spockholm Fan Page
|Direct link to the Spockholm Mafia Tools Fan Page|
Spocklets Drop Bar
|Contains a standard library of Spocklets as well as any scripts you add manually.|
|Use to find and launch any Spocklet that is in the database.|
|A quick reference to see your experience ratios needed to level up.|
|Help Team Spockholm help you and maintain their servers.|
|Use to manually add Spocklets or other bookmarklets to the Spocklet Drop Down Menu.|
Two features that you will notice right away is that the App Ticker is removed and the annoying ZMC popup is automatically closed for you.
http://base64decode.org/ and enter the code. The new War Post script hasn't been added to the Spockholm Mafia Tools site. This Spocklet will post War Help request to a group page instead of your wall. After converting, the Base64 Code is shown below.
Past this code into the import box.
Pistol Pete created the video shown below to review the toolbar. This is the first version and there will many updates in the future.
Thanks to Martin, Pete Eike and Mike for answering my many questions during the beta testing phase of the Spockholm Toolbar.
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