Is there any way to install a UserScript or GreaseMonkey script in IE9?
I know that Trixie used to be able to provide this capability but it doesn't seem to work in IE9 at all.
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Check out IE7Pro. I've used it in the past, and it worked pretty well with UserScripts. Despite its name, it is compatible with IE9.
Trixie does work with IE9 (and others). Check my answer here: Greasemonkey for IE (8)?
As for IE7Pro I've been using it with IE7 and liked it, but it took a long time for it to become compatible with IE8 and I stopped using it then.