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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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  • The Trixie site is either broken or dead. I can't find a newer site either. Nov 18, 2012 at 5:30

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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.

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    I know this was posted in '11' but the site is broken and this doesn't seem to work with IE9 anymore. Any other alternatives?
    – Jakub
    Aug 7, 2013 at 14:48
  • I haven't been using IE too much, I'm mostly on Linux nowadays. Maybe someone else can help you out.
    – cmorse
    Aug 8, 2013 at 21:48
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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.

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