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Friday, June 08, 2007

Craigslist Bans Listpic, Use Preview Images Script Instead

Listpic, a popular service that lets users browse Craigslist listings as images instead of simple text, has been blocked for using too much of Craigslist's bandwidth and violating the terms of service. A long discussion on the Craigslist forums can be found here.

Still, for users who miss the service and want to get some of that functionality back, consider installing the Preview Images script, which displays images below each Craigslist listing. It mimics the function of Listpic quite well. For more useful Craigslist scripts, read our guide to using Craigslist like a pro.

You'll need Greasemonkey and Firefox to make the scripts work. Unfortunately, they don't work on Internet Explorer.


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