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When running Safari on a Mac, you can install GreaseKit, which allows you to install UserScripts.

Is there an equivalent for the Windows version of Safari?

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@Jeremy: That's what I need it for... testing a UserScript I wrote. – Nathan Osman Feb 7 '11 at 5:57
And I have a harder time trying to figure out people who use IE :) – Nathan Osman Feb 7 '11 at 6:06

There's an equivalent for Safari called NinjaKit, as well as other alternatives:

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