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How can I see and manage the userscripts that I have installed on chrome?

I have tried looking for an option in the extensions section, but there is none. is there a place/page that I can access that will give me the ability to update and remove the userscripts that I have installed chrome?

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Userscripts should appear exactly like extensions in the Chrome settings. –  Oliver Salzburg Jul 6 '12 at 11:23
    
@Josefvz, what version of Chrome are you using? –  Synetech Jul 8 '12 at 1:30

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You can manage userscripts just like any other extension, from the chrome://extensions page. You could also access it from the Tools menu under the wrench.

Wrench > Tools > Extensions

Once on the extensions page, it should appear in the list just like any other extension. Take for example the AutoReviewComments userscript, it appears in the list just like any other extension.

AutoReviewComments Userscript

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I would have used the YousableTubeFix script for the example :-), but yes, they should be in the extensions page. –  Synetech Jul 8 '12 at 1:29
    
I was running an old version of chrome, once I updated I saw them. –  Stingervz Jul 8 '12 at 12:36

Like Bryan said, you should be able to see an manage User Scripts in the extensions page (chrome://extensions). If for some reason you do not see them there, (and do not want to bother trying to figure out why), you can see the actual, installed files in the Extensions subdirectory of your Chrome User Profile:

%localappdata%\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions

It’s not convenient and you could mess up your extensions if you are not careful, but if you really cannot see them in the extensions page, then accessing them at the file-level may be your only option.

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Thanks! This helps as well! –  Stingervz Jul 8 '12 at 12:37

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