Neobux userscript review: Neobux 2+ (v3)



Today i will be reviewing a popular Neobux userscript addon that makes managing referrals and your statistics easier.
Click read more to read this very detailed guide.




If you needed information about your referrals and Neobux stats then this is definately what you are looking for! Neobux 2+ (v3) was based mostly on uriburu626 user script but it made itself unique and added more features. It is available in many languages such as Turkish, Spanish, English and Lithuanian. {Only in English is here; if you need another language - click this link - ElrATiff}
 
The amount of days you have had your referral is in the referral since page in a paranthesis which is very useful. To the left of that in next payment it is no different than the normal Neobux but next to that under last click you can see another paranthesis. This one shows you information about the last click. Near avg there is a added feature which shows you the exact average. Lastly nearby to that there is a useful feature which shows you total profit from that referral.


  

When you mouseover profit the above box will appear which shows you information about the referral you were mousing over.




 Once you have scrolled down to the bottom of the page you will see the above picture but with different numbers depending on your referral activity. This is a nice addition and gives you a brief overall statistic.


 A useful tool for people using firefox is the firefox search tool which can be accessed at any time by pressing CTRL + F. This comes in handy if you need to search the referrals who last clicked 1 day ago or which time period you need. All you need to do is type: [(and then the day you want) and it finds it fast.


This is where you see your more detailed statistics with information about your referral average, projected net, net, income, and much more. This can also display the information in CSV, TSV or text with the same accuracy. It has a lot of information for people who like seeing how they are doing and overall it is one of the best features of this script. It has information such as:
- Income
- Rented :
- Direct :
- Projected Income:
- Rented :
- Direct :
- Expenses
- Recycle :
- Autopay :
- Renew :
- Stats
- Rented avg :
- Direct avg :
- R.Average :
- Totals
- Income :
- Expenses :
- Net :
- Projected Net :
[ Yesterday ] - Net :
- Income
- Rented :
- Direct :
- Expenses
- Recycle :
- Autopay :
- Renew :
- Stats
- Rented avg :
- Direct avg :
- R.Average :
- Totals
- Income :
- Expenses :
- Net :
[Last 7 Days] -
- Income
- Rented :
- Direct :
- Expenses
- Recycle :
- Autopay :
- Renew :
- Stats
- Rented avg :
- Direct avg :
- R.Average :
- Totals
- Income :
- Expenses :
- Net :



 To the bottom of the statistics page is also useful information showing daily net income and other data which is very useful.

Overall:
The script has lots of great features which can give detailed information to any user fast and efficiently. I would reccomend everyone to download and install this. For firefox it requires Greasemonkey. By now your probably wondering how to download this amazing userscript so here is how:

Installation in FireFox

  1. If it's not installed, install Greasemonkey add-on for FireFox. It adds some functions which are then used by other scripts.
  2. After installing the Greasemonkey add-on FireFox will request a restart. Do it! After the restart check your FireFox's bottom right corner for a monkey head. If it is not in color click it once to activate.
  3. Then click the link to the script here or in first post of topic {That it is more preferable, as: 1) There are can be a updating; 2) There it's possible to choose one of several languages - ElrATiff}.
Log in NeoBux and enjoy!

Installation in Google Chrome (thanks to Blizz407)

Make sure that the hidden files/folders are viewable before you continue: at the top of any window screen (My documents, My computer, etc.) choose Tools -> Folder Options -> Tab named "View" -> look for Hidden Files and Folders -> click on "show hidden files and folders".
  1. Right click on the script, and Save it to your desktop.
  2. Open My computer and click on X:\Documents and Settings\ {"X:" Replace with the letter of your drive where it's installed Windows, more often "C:" - ElrATiff}
    • {Windows XP} %userprofile%\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\User Scripts
    • {Windows Vista} %userprofile%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\User Scripts
  3. Now from your desktop drag the script to User Script Folder.
  4. Close Google Chrome if its open.
  5. Right Click on Google Chrome from your desktop.
  6. Click on "Properties" -> the Shortcut tab.
  7. In field "Target" go all the way to right and after the " add --enable-user-scripts, so it should look like this:
Note: Do not erase " (quot) after exe, as oselamet did it to show you. Make sure you space once then type --enable-user-scripts.
Log in NeoBux and enjoy!

Installation in Opera

The most part of the scripts using Greasemonkey, can be used in Opera. For this purpose first of all it is necessary to install the emulator of Greasemonkey functions.
  1. Click on "Tools" - "Preferences..." - go to the tab "Advanced" - choose "Content" - press "JavaScript Options..." - in field "User JavaScript Files:" use button "Browse" to choose a folder where will put all user scripts (certainly that it to choose, it should be created beforehand).


  1. Right click on the emulator of Greasemonkey functions and Save it in this folder. Files in a folder of the user scripts are loaded in that order in which they are located. The file name starts with "aa" to make sure it loads before any Greasemonkey scripts.
    Opera will load all files in the specified directory whose names end with ".js" and will use them as User JavaScript files. If a file name ends with ".user.js" it will be assumed to use Greasemonkey notation.
  2. Right click the link to a script here or in first post of topic {That it is more preferable, as: 1) There are can be a updating; 2) There it's possible to choose one of several languages - ElrATiff} and Save it in User JavaScript Files.
  3. Refresh the page if Opera is open.
{At present because of a error in a script in Opera the information, as against FireFox, is not completely displayed. To tell the truth, by a forum, and in FireFox there were problems. I'll try to fix it - ElrATiff}.

 About the script: (from the site):
Script Summary:
This script provides detailed statistics for your Neobux account and referrals (eg: ages of referrals, recent income/outcome averages, plus more!)
Version: 3.1.100217.1721
License: WTFPL v2 - Do What You Want To Public License v2; http://sam.zoy.org/wtfpl/
 This is a complete rewrite and improvements of the Neobux script made by uriburi206, later translated by jm2t and later maintained by Oselamet.

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6 Response to "Neobux userscript review: Neobux 2+ (v3)"

  1. André says:
    20 February 2010 02:21

    hehe, pretty useful tool you got here!
    but i have one question: is that legal? (at least for neobux)

  2. Frez says:
    20 February 2010 11:04

    It's 100% legal, everyone i know uses it. Its just a simple browser plugin

  3. André says:
    20 February 2010 14:24

    ok! thanks!! this is for u:
    i found a new and exiting ptc site on ptc investigations
    it pays 1 cent per click and i clicked 7 ads today!!!! (1st day i'm registered^^)

  4. Anonymous Says:
    26 February 2010 15:16

    Does this script work on any other ptc site ?

  5. Frez says:
    1 March 2010 11:39

    only neobux but there are seperate scripts for different sites i guess.

  6. Anonymous Says:
    7 September 2010 09:49

    So can you use the very latest Neobux 2+ script with Google Chrome?

    In this topic, under Google Chrome installation, it says: "Right click on the script, and Save it to your desktop". Do you mean the Neobux 2+ script or Greasemonkey? I tried to right-click the "Install" button for Neobux 2+ on userscripts.org but there is no option to save it. Where am I going wrong? Please help....

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