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>How does this remember which posts are yours? Does it save a list?
It actually doesn't create its own list of your posts, but rather, re-utilizes the same one used to apply the edit button. Your post history, whether you are using the extension or not is actually saved in a ginormous local storage item.
Well its not intentional. It seems that my template frame that makes kusaba X more tolerable to work with is conflicting with the native thread hider. The reason why the first page seems to work is because the native script loads before pX loads, I would guess. But since pX has the proper resources for its own thread hider, and since it also appears that its not hiding the existing hidden threads past page 0, I might just rewrite the thread hider and call it a day. I'll work on patching the thread hider for now. 1.6 though, will probably be the final version of the 1.x series. I'm still sticking with that deadline being the end of March for getting 2.0 out.
I actually just got a working non-jquery version of pX running for the first time a few days ago, and the behavior of it is like nothing I've ever seen before. It's lightning fast, but at its current state is prone to strange memory leaks. It crashed chrome with 2.7 GBs of memory reserved for a single tab last night for me.