How To Install Greasemonkey Script in Google Chrome?
By on September 8th, 2008

Blogote has come up with a interesting tutorial about installing and running Greasemonkey Scripts in Google Chrome, in order to run Greasemonkey scripts in Google Chrome, Drag this Chrome Monkey to Google Chrome bookmarks toolbar.

To install a Greasemonkey script in Chrome, visit userscripts.org and find your favorite greasemonkey script. On the script page click on Chrome Monkey bookmarklet, this should convert the greasemonkey script to a Chrome compatible bookmarklet. This trick will not work on scripts that have specific functions like pre-fill comments, reload page etc since it creates a bookmarklet.

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  • http://www.myphillynetwork.com/content/google-chrome-meh Anthony Farrior

    Greasemonkey scripts good,Google Chrome bad…

  • John

    This doesn’t work.

  • Cathryne

    This extension for Google Chrome supports the Greasemonkey functions so you can use most of the scripts on userscripts.org

    http://blankcanvasweb.com/pages/id_143/n_chrome_s

 
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