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Chrome 4 gets 40,000 Extra Extensions [User Scripts]

By • Feb 2nd, 2010 • Filed under: Browsers, Firefox, Open-Source, Ubuntu, Windows

Many years back, Aaron Boodma wrote the Greasemonkey extension “exclusively” for Firefox, now working with Google, he has bent and twisted Greasemonkey so well that thousands of user scripts written in JavaScript now natively work in Chrome – just like any regular Chrome extension. Its a big smack to Firefox, if you consider that its […]

Chromium Linux Dev Channel: ‘Sync my Bookmarks’ shows up in Wrench Menu

By • Nov 4th, 2009 • Filed under: Open-Source, Ubuntu

Last week the Chromium Linux Dev Channel updated adding the extensions manager in “Wrench” Menu. Chromium (Ubuntu build 30813) update adds a dis-activated ‘Sync my Bookmarks’ in the ‘Wrench’ menu – that means bookmark syncing in Chromium Linux without a plug-in is around the corner, it might be activated in the next update. Qui […]

Facebook Keyboard Navigation: Browse Facebook with Keyboard Strokes

By • Oct 13th, 2009 • Filed under: Browsers, Firefox, Open-Source

Regular Facebook users can use the Facebook Keyboard Navigation user script to quickly navigate around Facebook using the keyboard. Keyboard shortcuts generally speed up common browsing operations — just like in this case, so you’ll find it quicker to hit “I” to jump into your Facebook Inbox, “M” to send a message, “T” to get […]

Greased LightBox User Script and Firefox Extension Enhances Browsing on Image Websites

By • Oct 3rd, 2009 • Filed under: Browsers, Firefox, Ubuntu, Windows

Window, Mac, Linux: The famous Greasemonkey user script Greased Lightbox has been compiled to a Firefox extension for Firefox 2, 3 and higher – but preserves its name and functions. Greased Lightbox Firefox extension like the user script enhances browsing on image web sites like Google Images, Flickr, MySpace, deviantART, and more. To try it, […]

Google Reader Absolutely Customizable Script

By • Sep 28th, 2009 • Filed under: Firefox, Open-Source, Ubuntu, Windows

Firefox, Greasemonkey and Userscript: Install Google Reader Absolutely Customizable Script if want to personally choose what should be chopped-off or hidden on the Google Reader’s interface, so you can gain more on-screen. After installing this script, right-click on the Greasemonkey icon on the status bar, take User Script Commands… -> Google Reader Absolutely Customizable Options […]