GreaseKit is a successor of Creammonkey. This software adds Greasemonkey-like user scripting to Safari, Mailplane, Diet Pibb.app and all WebKit applications.
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Version 1.7 doesn't seem to work with Safari 5.0.1: the new menu item doesn't show in the menu bar.
A few scripts that have been tested to work with Creammonkey are at:
Nice to hear that it works for Safari 3 beta. But I still don't see it. I've installed it (as per instruction) in the user/Library/InputManagers folder, but I don't see the : ) icon in the menubar. : (
I'm currently using Safari 3.0.2 (522.12).
It's working fine in Safari 3 beta.
Here's the diff of the changes I made to Tin Foil Hat to make this script work in Creammonkey: <a href="http://pastie.caboo.se/73263">http://pastie.caboo.se/73263</a>
and the diff of the changes I made to GoogleAutoPager to make this script work in Creammonkey: <a href="http://pastie.caboo.se/73280">http://pastie.caboo.se/73280</a>
I added alert()'s everywhere to debug why the script were not working as-is.
Is this not working in Safari 3.x beta?
Looks useful, but two simple scripts I tried (GoogleAutoPager & Tin Foil Hat) didn't work.
There doesn't seem to be any easy way to debug scripts either..?
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If you want to link to something, the way Textile is "title":url.
That will generate something like this: title.
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