Tenno!

Join the development team on a special date of Thursday, June 29th at 2 pm ET for the last Devstream before TennoCon 2023! We’ll be going over The Seven Crimes of Kullervo Update, what’s in store for the days leading up to TennoCon, and of course, more information about the big day of TennoCon 2023!

Watch to earn yourself a Twitch Drop of an Umbra Forma!

See you over at twitch.tv/warframe Thursday, June 29th at 2 p.m. ET!

  • @doctortofu
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    310 months ago

    Nice, I’m enjoying Duviri a lot still, so I do look forward to what’s in store for it (because let’s be honest, there’s very little chance DE decides to update anything else, isn’t it?). And a free umbra forma doesn’t hurt either of course :)

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      10 months ago

      I dunno, I know Duviri was huge but it’s tennocon - they will probably have something brand new to tease us with, even if it’s just soulframe news. Not that I’d mind Duviri updates either, I’ve been enjoying it very much, Kullervo is already cookin’ in the foundry and I can’t wait to try him out.

      Or imagine they announce a big railjack rework 3.0 😁

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        10 months ago

        Wonder what comes first - Railjack 3.0, Caliban Prime, sentinels that don’t die or universal vacuum 😜

  • @MarauderIIC@dormi.zone
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    310 months ago

    Does anyone have a functional twitch drop auto claimer for browsers other than Chrome? Right now I have a little JavaScript snippet I paste into the console to tell the browser to auto refresh twitch/Warframe at the right time, and an auto-claimer extension, since I’m always at work during these.

    • Dystopia
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      10 months ago

      I guess you could try https://addons.mozilla.org/en-CA/firefox/addon/betterttv/. Open a stream and open BetterTTV settings. Enable Auto Claim Drops

      You could also mess around with Violentmonkey/Tampermonky and write a script to claim drops or find one that someone else has already written. There is a “Code” tab to view the source code before actually installing the script. Link to the script in the screen shot Or you can write your own script if you know what you’re doing.

      Twitch does not log time watched if the stream page looks like this (needs to be the actual stream that shows chat on the side). It also won’t log progress if the player itself is muted, found that out when I was watching a stream muted on another monitor (tab can be muted and still log time watched).

      *I’ve been using BetterTTV but for Edge (so basically Chrome), I’m assuming the FF extension will function exactly the same. I’ve never used the tamper monkey script, I just looked at the one that was most recently posted on greasyfork.

      • Kaldo
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        110 months ago

        It also won’t log progress if the player itself is muted, found that out when I was watching a stream muted on another monitor (tab can be muted and still log time watched).

        I’ve noticed this months ago and was pretty annoyed by it as well, it auto pauses the video eventually. Almost as annoying as the auto play they have while browsing past broadcasts, whenever I scroll down to see them the newest video just starts playing on its own 🙄

        I can confirm that the combination of BetterTTV +auto claim + muted tab work on Firefox tho.

  • Kaldo
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    10 months ago

    Somewhat unrelated but does anyone know of a tool that would turn these dates into a universal timestamp? The best I could do is on time.is but I want something that will show it automatically in local time for everyone that opens it.

    (anyway, it’s 18:00 UTC)

    edit: stole it from a bot on r/wf (rip in 3 days) See local time

      • Kaldo
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        110 months ago

        Thanks, saved the link! I find timee a bit more convenient atm, less clicking and it provides a link so you can easily add the event to your calendars, but it’s good to have a backup.