Bits and Pieces

Tuesday, April 12, 2005  

Firefox: Grease Monkey rocks [customize pages that you visit regularly, using scripts]. To install individual scripts, if your TOOL menu doesnt show the "Install User Scripts" item, you need to upgrade your Ffox version.

Lots of GreaseMonkey scripts here.

Sample this >
Lickr - Flickr, without the flash. [reaching out]

posted by pradeep | Permalink | (6)


Its really cool'da.
Doesnt it infringes the copyrights, as we change the page

By Blogger JaganLee, at 9:51 AM 

Oh it's amazing!
These scripts dont alter the actual webpage, only what your browser shows you. So I dont see any copyright infringement here.

By Blogger pradeep, at 11:34 AM 

Adding this piece of code between HEAD tags of every page, stops GMonkey from running its script:

<script type="text/javascript">
window.addEventListener = null;


Btw, this code snippet page rocks too.

By Blogger pradeep, at 1:55 PM 

just installed GreaseMonkey to test the new Google Maps-Chicago's CTA integration.
This is very cool and also useful.
Wrote a simple script to remove the blogger bar at the top from all sites. I will work on customizing other frequently visited sites.

By Anonymous manoj, at 5:09 PM 

Thanks for the idea Manoj. I have written a piece to remove the blogger bar too.

By Blogger pradeep, at 4:58 PM 

I tried the "CTA Map" script too. Amazing integration/idea.


By Blogger pradeep, at 5:41 PM 

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