in Firefox, greasemonkey script for Chrome version that we know of the manager is wonderful. in fact, userscripts.org install the extension from Chrome Web Store is no different than downloading scripts from the page. the course establishes the setup. the established script, the extensions appear in the list. you just enable/disable. but according to an analysis of the employees greasemonkey follows roughly 15% -25% script (greasemonkey scripts that use the API apparently chrome doesn’t work either. I reckon that if you’d tried all of tampermonkey have emerged.
gm_xmlhttprequest API is supported in Chrome, Firefox greasemonkey written to work in its own unique style, up until now, plugin is working just fine. userscripts.org direct support is also there in the time you have the building install a script from the plugin itself. is recommended to those who use Chrome
Tampermonkey userscript allows you to enable or disable edit and manage quickly and easily and provides s to. When you enable tamperfire userscripts.org the URL from the address-based script you can find. GM_notification the program, GM_GetResourceURL, GM_getResourceTexs, and more such as GM_* functions. The window also provides access to unsafe. Greasemonkey and Scriptish @resource and @require tag as many supports.
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