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Archive for February 7th, 2010

Google Chrome just got enriched with 30+thousands scripts (link to “Fire Outfoxed: Greasemonkey Creator Builds Native Support Into Chrome”)

Posted by jpluimers on 2010/02/07

The recently launched Google Chrome 4 introduced plugin support (they call it support for  extensions).

Greasemonkey is a scripting plugin allowing you to on-the-fly modify the HTML in your browser. Originally it was Mozilla Firefox only.

On February 1st, Aaron Boodman – the original Geasemonkey developer who now works as Google – announced that Greasmonkey support it is available natively in Google Chrome 4.

There are some 40-thousand scripts available on, lots of them written by people like you and me (from simple things like filling out forms and removing ads to complex stuff like re-layouting complete pages).
The vast majority of those scripts will work in Google just as well as in Firefox, the rest (some 15 to 25 percent) need adaption. Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Development, Google Apps, Power User, Software Development, Web Development | 2 Comments »

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