Disabling hotlinking for unlisted scripts means they cannot be used in bookmarklets.
Scripts that are marked as unlisted are no longer hotlinkable.
To install them you MUST visit the script's userscipts.org page, where a unique link to the script is generated for each visitor. If you try to get the source of an unlisted script using a URL like http://userscripts.org/scripts/source/20989.user.js, you are given a 403 Forbidden page.
I've also posted a page about unlisted scripts. As we move forward this page will be updated (as will other pages about userscripts.org as we allow other users to edit them.)
Britt has implemented a badwords filter that will automatically unlist scripts that contain certain words (orkut or scrap for example). It will be activated Sunday. If you have a valid script that is unlisted due to the filter, contact us and we will relist it. This is an interim solution until we have the karma system in place.
The "dirty word" filter is in place. and it has been a day without having to review scrap all scripts! Instead I'm dealing with lots of emails from those users and having to explain disabling hotlinking doesn't break a Greasemonkey script - it breaks using it as a bookmarklet. So you script still works...
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