Templates help you quickly copy options on different links.
It can be very helpful especially with override options (referer, user-agents) as it will load the lists directly when you create a new link.
Note that templates is a work in progress. More features will be added to it in the future (list of templates, editing, deletion ...).
Here are the steps to create and use templates:
- Choose a link as a base model to make the template
- Select the options to keep in the template
- Save the template
- Use the template on link creation
Choose a link as a base model to make the template
Template can be created by going to the details page of your link. At the top right of your page, you will see a "Save template" button.
By clicking on it, it will read the current option of your link and sumurize them.
Select the options to keep in the template
You can choose which option to keep in the template or not by checking/unchecking each of them.
Here is the list of option currently available in templates:
- Application Only
- Throttling (basic or advanced)
- Hide referer
- Override referer
- Override user-agent
- Page scroll
- High quality mod
If you don't see an option in the list, it means that the option is its default state (disabled) on your link. Therefore, there is no need to save as it will be automatically applied when you create a new link.
Save the template
You just have to give to your template a unique name and press "Create the template". That's it, your template is created and can be used when creating new link.
Use the template on link creation
To use a template, simply go on the Add site page. You will be able able to select on of your templates from a list.
When selecting a template, the options that will be copied will appear as well.
When pressing the "Add the site" button, template options will be directly applied to your link.
Options in the template will prevail over the one available on the add site page (Timer, AppOnly, Hide referer).