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Place links to chat clients and/or chat histories at the bottom of the CB.

// ======================================== // Replace chat clients. function replace_chat_clients() { var cb = document.getElementById('nodelet_body_row_Chatterbox') .firstChild .nextSibling; cb.removeChild(cb.lastChild); cb.removeChild(cb.lastChild); var container = document.createElement('div'); container.innerHTML = ('' + '<i>' + '<a href="">cbhi +story</a>' + ' | ' + '<a href="">cb60</a>' + ' | ' + '<a href="/?node_id=20842">Others</a>' + '</i>' ); cb.appendChild(container); } replace_chat_clients();

Not very elegant. An array with the links would be nice.

In reply to Free Nodelet Hack: Add links to cbhistory, etc to CB by ikegami
in thread Free Nodelet freed by tye

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