Redective is a simple tool that searches the profile for a Reddit user and automatically tabulates and displays all of the data it can find.
Some browser extensions/add-ons block cross-site requests, but Redective obviously needs to be able to perform a cross-site request to reddit's data in order to perform a search.
Solutions that have been known to work include:
1. Whitelist Redective and reddit.com in any extensions that may be blocking access. The main culprit I have found is 'Disconnect'. If you are using it, try clicking "Whitelist site". Once reloaded, check to see if the site works.
2. Try running Redective in your browser's incognito/privacy mode. If it works, then it's very likely an extension/add-on is stopping you in your regular browser session. Try turning them off one-by-one to see which is causing issues. Once you have pinpointed it, try to whitelist Redective and reddit.
3. Some browsers (such as Firefox), have built-in protection. If you're using one of those browsers, try disabling it. For example in Firefox, you might click the small shield icon and select "Disable protection for this site".
4. Try switching the URL from https://www.redective.com/ to http://www.redective.com/ (or vice-versa). There have been reports that this sometimes works.
It's worth noting that Redective collects no data whatsoever and nothing malicious is ever done (and never will be!). All cross-site requests are only to reddit and are simply to retrieve data related to your request.
The first thing to check is the Pages option. Click on the Options link, ensure Pages is set to 0 and click the Save Options button. This tells Redective to search for every page in a profile.
If you still do not see the comment or submission you want, it is likely because Reddit itself does not allow retrieval past a certain number of posts in a profile. If this is the case, perhaps try using the Google (Only Reddit and Reddit Gifts) option to perform a Google search for the post?
Once your search has completed, click on the Filter Results link near the top and set the Include Default Words option to Yes.
In what timezone are results displayed?
All dates and times are displayed in your own device's timezone. They are not in the timezone of the user posting the submission/comment to reddit.For example, if the user is in Sydney, Australia and they post at 7am their time, but you're in California, USA, it may display 12pm since that is the timezone that your device is set to.