Found the way!
You are expected to drag-n-drop (from a file-manager window of your choice) the userscript file into the greasemonkey "manage userscripts" settings pane in about:addons in the browser. :)
(I could not drop them on the toolbar button, however.)
Since Greasemonkey's December 2013 1.13 release there is an option to use Firefox Sync to keep installed User Scripts the same on all your browsers.
See also a September 2013 blog post: Firefox Sync coming to Greasemonkey.
See other tabs.
Check the URLs of other tabs.
Check for DOM nodes/elements in other tabs.
The reason is that Greasemonkey, Tampermonkey, etc. do not expose these APIs to/for userscripts.
(Full-fledged browser extensions can do all of those things.)
Cross communicate between script instances using GM_setValue()Doc ...
It's true that Trixie has been developed a long time ago but it actually works with IE7, IE8, IE9, IE10 and even IE11.
I've been using it for a long time.
Some time ago the website went down but you can download it from my Dropbox: Trixie 0.2.3.zip
To operate it:
put your userscript in c:\Program Files (x86)\Bhelpuri\Trixie\Scripts\ folder (it contains ...
A Trixie Clone has been developed, that works with IE11 on Windows 8:
It is not the simplest to use, i.e. if you develop userscripts you have to reload them via the Trixie settings panel to refresh the scripts.
Blurb from site:
Several years ago, there was Trix on http://www.bhelpuri.net/Trixie/.
Here is how to do this:
If you haven't done so already, install the Greasemonkey Firefox extension (this question is about Firefox, but you can also do this on Chrome and Edge by ...
Tools->Add-ons->Plugins: in there when I go to Shockwave Flash I get three options:
Ask to activate, and
If you select the second option, Ask to activate, then flash will not play by default. When a website requires flash, you can click a link on the flash location called Activate Adobe Flash and a popup appears ...
This is EXACTLY what I'm looking for. I want the flash plugin to appear to be disabled to certain websites, and enabled to certain other websites.
The closest I have come so far is to use the FlashDisable add-on which adds a simple toggle button to the Firefox UI that I manually use to turn the flash plugin on and off (at least it comes with an ...
Paul's answer is ok, but better use "sip" protocol instead of "tel" otherwise QuteCom will try to call "tel:#########", because browsers pass URI into %1.
Also in Windows 7 and latest version of QuteCom my path looks like this (notice slash instead of backslash):
C:\Program Files (x86)\QuteCom\QuteCom.exe -c call/"%1"
As janot suggested, I am posting what worked for me as an answer here.
The following is from my original question update:
I just tried "edit this user script" as ov1d1u suggested. There are two problems: 1) the internal editor is not as good as my preference; 2) it works in a secret folder that is hard to use source control. However, since it revealed a ...
IF the script doesn't use GM_ functions**, you can usually convert it to a bookmarklet and run it that way.
If the script uses the @require directive, then you must manually fetch the indicated file(s) and paste them into your bookmarklet.
I need a greasemonkey/stylish script that can auto update
Greasemonkey scripts can already auto update (since 2012)
There is an active discussion (last update 2014) regarding adding auto update to stylish scripts. The last applicable comment would seem to "No plans to have automatic updates" (2009).
Automatic script updates come to Greasemonkey
In the ...
I often just do it backwards in the address field. Put the cursor at the end of the ".html", and click and drag to the left to highlight the rest of the URL. That way you don't have to be as precise while dragging.
This may be more on topic at Stack Overflow.
That's not how you use getElementsByClassName; it doesn't do multiple classes at once.
For proper CSS selectors, you want querySelectorAllDoc.
grid_8 and pt5 are not robust targets. They are likely to change frequently.
A better CSS "path" would be something like:
Inspecting Firefox chrome, I can see a CSS yellow highlight on those flagged for the attribute notification="warning". Digging through the Greasemonkey source, this is assigned when a script cannot be automatically updated. This would be because it doesn't contain any code or metadata to do so.
Note: I can see that you are using a fairly out of date copy of ...
I've successfully done this using greasemonkey add-on and firefox. Steps are to subscribe to
aaklist found here: https://github.com/reek/anti-adblock-killer/ for adblockplus or download greasemonkey addon and install this script.
The adblock filter did not really work for the site I wanted to stop detecting adblock but the greasemonkey script did.
Greasemonkey stores script control stuff in its config.xml file. You can edit this file to affect the changes you want.
Go to your Firefox Profile folder.
From there enter the gm_scripts folder.
Shut down Firefox (helps guard against accidentally trashing your profile, or the GM install).
With a suitable editor (Notepad++, TextPad, Emacs, etc.), edit the ...
It depends on the situation, but generally, the answer is even if you could it possibly won't be worth while.
You can though, (at least on a desktop PC), type when most combo box is expaneded/selected to find a value... If you visit the DHL site you will see a drop down list. Click the list to see the options and whilst it's open type United K (including ...
The Adblock Plus add-on is perfect for this and helps with bandwidth by blocking a whole lot of crud as well.
With the extension installed:
Right-click on the offending image and
Select Adblock Plus: Block image....
(Click for a larger image)
Select your desired rule, usually choosing the prefilled Custom rule works best for single images.
Click Add ...
Ask and ye shall receive.
When I saw your question, I too figured it would be simple, even trivial, to throw something together to do this. Unfortunately it turned out to be much harder to do because of numerous obstacles and limitations (you can see a list of problems encountered and references in the script).
After much research, experimentation, and ...
Install this addon (if you haven't already) and this user script. This appears to disable position: fixed everywhere; if for some bizzare reason that is a problem for you, edit the @include line to taste. You may need to add ,null to the window.getComputedStyle call or ,false to the window.addEventListener call (or other adjustments); if so, you probably won'...