How do I install Tampermonkey scripts?
- Install Tampermonkey.
- Select a script in this repo that you wish to use.
- Copy the source.
- Open Tampermonkey in your browser and click the Add Script tab (icon with a plus symbol)
- Paste the source into the script window and hit save.
How do I add Tampermonkey script to Chrome?
Click the wrench icon on the browser toolbar. Select “Tools”. Select “Extensions”. On the Extensions page, click Enable for Tampermonkey to re-enable it.
What is user written scripts?
How do I load a script into console?
Use Chrome browser and with the Web Server for Chrome extension, set a default folder and put your linked html/js files in there, browse to 127.0. 0.1:8887 (0r whatever the port is set at) in Chrome and open the developers panel & console. You can then interact with your html/js scripts in the console.
How do you use GreasyFork scripts?
- Navigate to the Scripts page.
- Enter the keywords into the Search scripts text input: can be the target website name, the desired feature, etc.
- Open the script page you want to install, for example Feedly filtering and sorting.
How to install a user script in chromium?
User Scripts. Chromium and Google Chrome (version 4 and higher) have built-in support for Greasemonkey-style user scripts. To use, click on any .user.js file. You should see an install dialog. Press OK to install. Known issues: Chromium does not support @require, @resource, unsafeWindow, GM_registerMenuCommand, GM_setValue, or GM_getValue.
Where can I download the latest version of chromium?
Not-as-easy steps: Head to https://commondatastorage.googleapis.com/chromium-browser-snapshots/. Choose your platform: Mac, Win, Linux, ChromiumOS. Pick the Chromium build number you’d like to use. The latest one is mentioned in the LAST_CHANGE file. Download the zip file containing Chromium. There is a binary executable within to run.
Are there any user scripts in Google Chrome?
Chromium and Google Chrome (version 4 and higher) have built-in support for Greasemonkey-style user scripts. To use, click on any .user.js file.
How to install Greasemonkey user script in chrome?
Chromium and Google Chrome (version 4 and higher) have built-in support for Greasemonkey-style user scripts. To use, click on any .user.js file. You should see an install dialog.