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Using Greasemonkey in Firefox I can see the user scripts that are currently loaded for a website.

Is there a similar tool in Google Chrome?

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You can use Greasemetal. Development has been halted as support for Greasemonkey style scripting was installed in Chrome 4. Check out this discussion.

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I was unable to determine how to tell if my script is currently running or not in Chrome. I am looking for something similar to clicking on the Greasemonkey Icon and seeing a check next to all currently matching scripts for a site. – Spig Jun 16 '11 at 14:23

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