Google Chrome and Greasemonkey

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Greasemonkey, Chrome Edition

Chromium gained an important patch over the weekend, with the introduction of Greasemonkey support. The patch came from none other than Aaron Boodman, creator of the original Firefox add-on, and also a Google employee.

For now, it’s just a patch and it’s not yet clear if and when it will be part of the official Chrome release. As GHacks explains:

Since there is no way of adding extensions to Chrome yet users have to live with some limitations. Only scripts in c:\scripts are loaded and only if the user adds the parameter –enable-greasemonkey by appending it to the program’s shortcut.

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One Response to Google Chrome and Greasemonkey

  1. Mahbub says:

    Just run Chrome with the command line arnmeugt enable-udd-profiles and it will add an item to the wrench menu for New Window in Profile which will have a sub menu item New Profile. Use this to make your multiple profiles instead.

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