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This is a discussion on greasemonkey not working within the Plugins Troubleshooting section, part of the Chrome Plugins category: Don't know what post you read, but in all my time using Chrome and user scripts you've never had to ...


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    Don't know what post you read, but in all my time using Chrome and user scripts you've never had to have Greasemonkey installed ...

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    How do you put user scrpts on without gresemonkey then

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    This tells you how (Question 2)

    Google Chrome FAQ

    Enjoy ;-)

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    Yeh I read it but it doesn't tell me were to put the userscripts

    Also every time I've said greasemonkey I ment greasemetal

    So if greasemetal isn't used for that then what is it used for
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    I'm assuming "Greasemetal" was used before user script functionaltiy became inherent in Chrome (using the switch). The developer hasn't touched it since September of last year, no doubt because it doesn't seem to be needed any more.

    And I've updated the FAQ to include the location of the User Scripts folder.
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    Apparently Greasemetal was just Greasemonkey for Chrome ...

    http://greasemetal.31tools.com/

    Long, long time before I started using Chrome ;-)

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    How can I tell if the userscipts are working

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    .. what they are supposed to do actually works ? ..

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    Well its not working then

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    We're finding it difficult to help when you don't provide us with enough information.

    The only way you'll know if a user script is working, is if you get the desired functionality out of it. Example:

    I'm installing a user script to block advertisements. If I see that ads are being blocked, the user script must be working.

    Keep in mind if you are trying random scripts from userscripts.org there is a good chance that a lot of them will not work in Chrome unless otherwise specified.

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