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Facebook does not provide a way to have groups that anyone can join instantly. Someone already in the group must add them, or they can request approval from a group admin. The likely reason for not providing this is that it would attract spammers. Old-style open groups had spam problems and they did not even have the new group notification or chat ...
Luckily, someone has already created a userscript that does what you want- it may or may not have been the original asker. Here you go: Resurrect Google Cache & Related links. I realize that the asker has probably already solved the problem, I'm just writing this for posterity.
I came up with some solutions and they seem to work at the moment: First, the easiest one. Use the bookmarklet I have mentioned here. When you click the bookmark, YouTube video will stop. If you need a button, use this userscript. I recently created my own Google Chrome Extension. If you are a Chrome user, you can make use of this extension instead of the ...
Looks like I’m a bit late. As Sk Nepal mentioned, you can use a simple bookmarklet to address the issue. It will be workable as long as YouTube has a static player ID. Here is my version of the bookmarklet.
The only way to stop your download is to click at the end of your YouTube video. If you are looking for the thumb that the video use: press Ctrl + U. Search for this line: meta property="og:image" content="http://anurl.com/vi/letters.jpg?feature=og" You can use Ctrl + F for searching this line. Copy and paste the URL.
You only have to sign up for an account. Now, go to your profile, click "script management", and upload a new script. Or, simply visit the following page when logged in: http://userscripts.org/scripts/new To paste your script to a text box, go to: http://userscripts.org/scripts/new?form=true
From LifeHacker - The cache links have moved into the actual instant preview itself. All you need to do to get a cached version of a page is mouse over the result, hit the little arrow that expands the page preview, and hit the "Cached" link. If you avoided instant previews like I did, you might never have realized this was there. Bing also ...
This Greasemonkey script adds a RT link to all tweets on Twitter.com It adds the current tweet text in to to your new tweet box prefixed with RT - this will then enable you to add comments to the tweet before posting. Other third party applications have this functionality built in. For example, Seesmic Desktop 2 has a Quote option which does the same ...
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