This. It’s even stranger looking at consecutive days with equal sales… the green line just waves along. To me the lines would look better straight and finishing on the dot of the current day, with the days ahead showing a neutral gray dot.
You’re right, the wavy lines aren’t useful (and didn’t accurately say anything about the values between dots). We’ve just updated the graph to use straight lines without the faux bezier curves
This looks really nice, well done! Seems my Statementer script gives you some inspiration
You’re not wrong Statementer is fantastic & inspired the first prototype of this a while ago, so big props for the userscripts & extensions that you (and others) build – please keep it up! They’re brilliant at showing us the things we can improve
We’ve just deployed another change for Firefox, Chrome & Opera users.
- You no longer need to “Right Click > Save As” to save files.
- Files will be saved with sensible filenames, eg
1234_author-name_item-name.mp3(no more folders full of various
This feature isn’t yet available for Safari & Internet Explorer users.
We’ve just shipped a workaround for this, you can now download the MP3 from a new button below the audio player:
Unfortunately at the moment clicking the link will open the MP3 in your browser, so you’ll need to Right Click > Save As (or just save the file when it opens in your browser window). We’re working on opening the Save File dialog automatically for you, will post here with further updates.
Thanks for your patience while we looked into it. While we still haven’t been able to reproduce the bugs, and we don’t believe they were very widespread, it was clear to us from your comments that they were real and needed fixing.
If you continue to see problems, don’t hesitate to open a support ticket. We’ll keep an eye on this thread, but Support is the most reliable way to make sure we hear about any issues.