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Are there any rules SoloLearn codes have to follow?

I'm not talking about containing links to illegal stuff or insulting other people or something in that direction... I'm just concerned about the functionality of the code itself.

8/14/2018 2:54:06 PM

Modi

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KrOW The codes are normal SoloLearn codes so you can open and run them as any other SoloLearn code. Once the first code is finished it can be used to upload codes from your hard disk to SoloLearn. Hopefully it can update existing codes and also create new ones... The second code is basically useless... 😩 When it is run the user can decide to copy a modified version of it in its code playground by clicking on a button. The modified version is basically the same but it adds a history trail to it so that it can be seen which users have had it already...

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KrOW Probably there will be other features added, but it'll take time because there is still a lot to fix with my existing codes. 😢 All my codes are basically a succession off my first project to implement the same little code in all SoloLearn languages... then to compare them... then to make them full screen (included downloading)... then to upload them... then to spread them... Didn't think about Grease Monkey because I actually never heard about it before. 😂 but it looks interesting...

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KrOW Got the answer from SoloLearn... and looks good... 😊 Thank you for reaching out. Generally it is okay, but in order to avoid miscommunication we ask you to send us your code before publishing it.

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KrOW I got the green light from similar to post the code in question. Here it is... https://code.sololearn.com/WgNq57iHlff5/?ref=app

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KrOW I've sent the mail to SoloLearn a couple of hours ago. My approach is a little more barbaric... 😩 Just change the content of the code page and then trigger a user button click on it. It's basically working for another code I'm writing at the moment, but I still have to fix the details and test it more so it's not public yet...

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other than the stuff you posted, you cant make money off your code e.g. posting advertisements or unfair redirects that can get you money.

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「HAPPY TO HELP」 The plan is to release the code under the MIT license. No money involved. No advertising or redirects. Purely related to SoloLearn...

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KrOW Ok, will do... I'm not yet developing, just had an idea a couple of days ago. At the moment I'm not even sure if it will work... 😏

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KrOW Maybe I've been lucky. SoloLearn answered 3 or of my 4 mails within a couple of days... no answer for one... Good to know about Grease Monkey and the no-cross-origins requests. Had to implement it in SoloLearn (with help from Burey) in two different versions so that it works in the app and the browser... https://code.sololearn.com/WfpY4zqBx9yk/?ref=app

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I think that its better that you make this question to SL team via email (i suppose you developing something that "manipulate" SL system in unofficial way)... If you get a response, make me know

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Modi But what do your code? How it will be called?

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Modi Understanded... You think that will have more features in future? Ever thinked to use greasemonkey like extensions for run script?

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Modi SL dont answer me about my script permission 😤😤😤... Anyway greasemonkey (like tampermonnkey and violentmonkey) is a browser extension that allow you to inject custom js code in every web page (and allow you some extra features like no-cross-origin requests)

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Modi I have developed a very simple script (via greasmonkey and related) for add simple feauture but i stopped to work on it (i would add feature that use internal SL Api) because i have not SL permissions

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hallo

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