I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but I was wondering if there is a script, which makes it possible to see who upvoted my posts and replies in the discussions. And if there is no script like that, can something like that theoretically be created one day or is it rather impossible to create? Because it's really annoying that the notifications in the internet browser only say that a user upvoted a reply and we always have to open the Fandom app to check who did it.
It is theoretically possible, because https://services.wikia.com/on-site-notifications/notifications provides these users. You can use the browser extension JustLeafy linked above for a better view of the URL I linked, and under the latestActors property for the upvote notification object should be listed users that upvoted your post.
That's probably confusing for you (and most users), though. I'd like to see somebody make this information viewable through a regular user interface as well.
Okay, it took me a few minutes to understand that page, but now I know how to find the information I'm looking for. It's definitely better than having to use the Fandom app where I always had to guess who the shown avatar of the upvoter belongs to^^