Questions tagged [greasemonkey]

This tag should be used to differentiate questions about the userscript manager for enhancement of the workings of webpages by JavaScript from other questions on this site. Use when the topic is Mozilla’s Firefox add-on Greasemonkey.

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Highlight Google search results that are existing Firefox bookmarks?

I use Firefox for several hours daily. As a semi-prpofessional programmer, simultaneously learning several languages/platforms (yet cursed with a "handicappingly-poor" memory"), I find myself ...
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YouTube - don't display context menu on right click

The idea: seek YouTube video by dragging and dropping on the video player with right button (e.g. 1 second for every 2% of screen width). So on a 1920x1080 screen, if I press the right mouse button, ...
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Both style a website and Replace an image and a link? [closed]

Today we got the new design at TeX - LaTeX Stack Exchange and I'd like to change the logo of the site (the red TEX at the top left) because it has the wrong colour and does not fit the other elements. ...
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How to create user-defined key bindings or shortcuts to run App Scripts in Google Docs

This question specifically applies to Google Documents, not Google Spreadsheets (but if the answer applies to both, all the better). Google Documents has built-in Keyboard shortcuts for Google Docs. ...
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Gmail inbox: older emails first

Gmail puts the newer emails first as follows: anita@openmailbox.com | Dogs issue | 19:40 pepito@hotmail.com | Important facts from Jupiter | 14:03 juanito@gmail.com | You coming? | 09:25 Everything ...
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Is there a way to filter Wikipedia tables?

I'm looking for a way to filter tables often found in Wikipedia articles, so I can compare only the rows (and columns) I'm interested in. Is there either a built-in feature in the Wikipedia engine ...
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Unfriend multiple friends at once on Facebook

I'd really like to delete a large number of friends (~400) from my Facebook network and I'd really like to optimize this process. I found a greasemonkey script that will apparently help here: http://...
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Automatically Clicking Button on a Specific Webpage

I am currently taking an online course offered by my school. Every time I log in I am taking to a terms of use agreement, and must accept it every single time I log into it. Is there any way using ...
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How to change links of the Google bar? [closed]

I'm using Chrome, and I want to change the links of the bar, but I don't know how. It could be a Greasemonkey script, but I don't know how to write it.
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Blocking stupid videos on YouTube

There are a lot of really stupid/trolly/fake videos on YouTube. I'd like to blacklist them forever when I see them, so I don't accidentally click on them in the future, and sometimes block the ...
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Sort Gmail by Date? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to sort your email in GMail by something other than the date received? Is there any way to sort Gmail by date in the web interface? The priority inbox is nice, ...
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Twitter Greasemonkey script to add a “retweet with comment”? [closed]

I as wondering if anyone knows a Greasemonkey script which would add a "retweet with comment" to the timelime items. I was looking for something that would have a similar appearance to tweetfilter, ...
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Script or App to remove own Facebook status updates

I am totally aware of this question, however this isn't a very elegant solution that seems very buggy or even outdated, judging from the comments. I heard that there was a Greasemonkey/UserScript ...
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Most useful user scripts to improve web-apps? [closed]

In Firefox it is possible to add extra functionality to web applications with extensions such as Greasemonkey and Stylish. Opera also has this feature natively. Which of these types of scripts do you ...