If you place this formula in a cell within Google Sheet, it will scrape the tabular data from this Wikipedia article link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_India
=IMPORTHTML("http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_India", "table", 4)
Once you have the data within Google Sheet, you can filter by column value (select column header, choose ...
The Wikipedia Table filter Greasemonkey script does what you want:
Script Summary: Filters wikipedia tables by removing all rows that have an undesired value, or by deleting certain rows and columns.
You may need to add the https version of the wikiedia URL to the script's included pages filter list to get it to work.
Add this Chrome / Firefox extension to your browser:
Find stupid video
Right-click on the video title
Select Block videos from this channel
Right after you can see that video disappeared from the list:
Upon clicking the icon you can enter options or quickly add new blocking rules
You can block whole channels, all videos of the channel or sets of videos... ...
You run at document-start; this is good because it helps reduce annoying flicker associated with the style change. BUT...
This means that the code must now wait before it can effect the HTML of the page. Use the DOMContentLoaded event, or similar, for this.
The new image is considerably bigger than the old image, so you must size it with ...
From the question
Do I conclude that Google did not include this feature?
As of June 25th, 2020 this feature is not available for Google Documents, only for Google Sheets.
Google Sheets has a macro recorder that includes a way to assign a keyboard shortcut to fire a macro and a way to import existing scripts as macros. See Google Sheets Macros
There is a workaround that has worked for me in Google Sheets. If you choose the option to create a Macro in the "Tools" menu, you will be prompted to create a name and a keyboard shortcut for your Macro. When you do, Google Apps Script will automatically add a tab in your script editor file called Macro. You can now paste any script coding of your ...
It's not possible to change the sort order in Gmail but some other tools like IMAP and POP desktop clients have that feature.
The built-alternative to changing the sort order, is to use Gmail search (see ). It includes search constraints. Also, could be used the search operators "before", "after", "newer" and "older".
I'm not the developer of that script (Really! Honestly! Truuuust me!), but looking it over, it does not appear to be malware. For instance you see no XHR or GM_xmlhttpRequest requests to third-party servers. It has no obvious attempts at hackery.
As for doing what it says it will, It looks like it should, and with a nice mechanism to select and confirm ...
Perhaps this might help: http://userscripts-mirror.org/scripts/show/156278.html
This script removes youtube users you choose from appearing in:
Recommended Channels tab
My subscriptions/What to watch (if someone you are subscribed to likes/favorites a video from them)