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AutoPager: Version 0.8.0.10 Released. Rewrite most of the code to make it works on Firefox, Firefox Android, Google Chrome , Opera, Safari, Fennec, Maxthon,MicroB. Improve AutoPager Lite. And allow other scripts to integrate with AutoPager. You can find more info here. Improve ajax support. Refer to http://member.teesoft.info/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=48 for detail. AutoPager will now re-support ajax mode google now. I hope google not change their layout to anti autopager any more.
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AutoPager for Maxthon 3 comment
AutoPager FAQs
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Cross domain next pages comment
AutoPager FAQs
The page is load next page from other domain. Or the URL for next page is same origin but redirect to other domain. AutoPager will not load the content into current page to avoid breaking the same origin policy: to avoid inserting content from one domain to another domain's page.
We are working to bring more options here. For example, allow you to give a trusted domain lists, xxxx.
AutoPager Icons comment
AutoPager FAQs
Firefox / Fennec / Opera Chrome Safari Meaning
AutoPager enabled
AutoPager disabled
AutoPager disabled on current site
AutoPager finds some rules on http://ap.teesoft.info/ which may works for the pages you are surfing. You can use search rules online to get the rules.
AutoPager rules prompt comment
AutoPager FAQs
AutoPager rules prompt
Use these options to let AutoPager ask you each time when it find a new rule for automatically load the next pages for the pages you are viewing.
You can also disable this prompt and check whether to enable or disable the new rules by default.
AutoPager repository modes comment
AutoPager FAQs
AutoPager need rules to know how to load next pages in different web sites. These rules are put into different repositories. Some versions of AutoPager will ask the users to choose the repository modes at the first run. Here is the mapping of the modes to the repositories:
ModeEnabled RepositoriesComment
Normalautopager.xml autopagerTee.xml autopagerLite.xml autopagerizeJson.xml Include most online rules.
Liteautopager.xml autopagerLite.xml Recommended. Less memory and cpu usage. Less bound width in downloading rules.
You can easily search, enable and disable rules at http://ap.teesoft.info/.
Noneautopager.xmlLocal repository only. You need to manually create or import rules.


autopager.xml:
                 local repository. You need to create or import rules yourself.

autopagerLite.xml:
                 lite repository. You can easily search, enable and disable rules at http://ap.teesoft.info/. Recommended. Less memory and cpu usage.Less bound width in downloading rules.

autopagerTee.xml:
                 the main repository. Includes all verified rules submitted to http://ap.teesoft.info/. All AutoPager users can submit rules to it. There's an automatically verify process to verify the rules before included in the repository.

autopagerizeJson.xml:
                 Another widely used autopagerize configurations mentioned at http://wedata.net/databases/AutoPagerize.

autopagerBeta.xml:
                the beta repository. Includes all not verified rules submitted to http://ap.teesoft.info/. Some will work some not.

You can switch between Lite mode and Normal mode in AutoPager.
Switch mode in Firefox.
Switch mode in Firefox Android/Mobile.
Switch mode in Chrome.
Switch mode in Opera.
Switch mode in Safari.
































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