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A six-pack of useful Greasemonkey scripts

After spending a week investigating dozens of Greasemonkey user-scripts for Firefox, I've found a half dozen that I now use regularly.

By January 25, 2013


How to manage Greasemonkey scripts

Greasemonkey userscripts are a snap to manage. Learn how to disable, uninstall, and tweak your userscripts.

By January 18, 2013


Getting started with Greasemonkey userscripts

Learn what Greasemonkey userscripts can do to improve your browsing experience, where to find them, and how to install them.

By January 18, 2013


Autofind Greasemonkey scripts for any Web page

Looking for awesome Greasemonkey scripts? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how to use Greasefire, a Firefox add-on that displays scripts available for install on your current page.

August 13, 2010


Greasemonkey goes VideoSurfing

Video search tool VideoSurf has a new Greasemonkey script that shows you the full content of video search results before you even click on them.

By November 11, 2008


Tweaker alert: Greasemonkey coming to Chrome

A tool that lets people customize what Web pages can do is coming to Chrome, Google's open-source browser.

By October 20, 2008


Blog: Greasemonkey on fire

The promise (and peril) of the Firefox Web browser add-on is showed off upon its first anniversary.

By March 8, 2006


How to move the Twitter timeline back to the left

The Twitter redesign moved the timeline from the right column to the left. We'll show you how to move it back.

By December 12, 2011


Add folder tree menus to Dropbox in Firefox

If you use Dropbox on the Web but you don't fancy the way it navigates between folders, here's a quick tip to make it a lot easier.

By August 30, 2013