Remembers your browsing preferences for the GW and FW sites, to make up for their UX
The Games Workshop webstore has many localised versions, and which one you get for a given web search appears to be random. Once you're on the webstore, switching locale takes you back to the home page, so you need to search all over again. This extension stores your locale when you choose it, and thereafter always redirects you to that site regardless of which localised version you were sent to. You can change your locale at any time using the interface on the website, and this will normally allow you to stay on the same page. This extension also stores your last "View All" or "View less" interaction with a product list page, and uses it to automatically "View All" on any product list if that was what you did last. Also makes the instagram viewer modals link to people's instagram accounts. Now works on the Forge World website too ("View All" preference is shared across both sites, but language preference is not)
- (2018-01-16) Luke Shaw: Games Workshop's site is located on the edge of the fabric of reality and the warp. The nature of the warp means that a user is slingshotted through time and space to a random location when viewing visiting the site, most disconcerting when you are expecting to see a price in pounds and suddenly see a four figure number staring back at you! Thankfully, Michael, a noted Astropath in the Imperial Navy, has prayed to the machine gods and crafted a navigatory prayer of the highest order, one that ensures safe passage through the Warp, letting you access the Games Workshop web page with no issues. Praise be to the Emperor, who in his foresight delivered this prayer to Astropath Michael!
- (2018-01-16) Alex Rowley: Never before has my access to plastic crack been so simple and annoyance free. No more randomly being directed to the Norwegian or Japanese GW page. Cheers!
- (2017-11-02) Ben Kidd: It makes any Games Workshop links found in Google actually useful. Should've been part of the site, but until it is I'm very thankful this plugin exists.