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This is a discussion on greasemonkey not working within the Plugins Troubleshooting section, part of the Chrome Plugins category: I have installed it and put in --enable-user-scripts and I also have --enable-extentions aswell and when I open greasemonkey it ...


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    Default greasemonkey not working

    I have installed it and put in --enable-user-scripts and I also have --enable-extentions aswell and when I open greasemonkey it opens then it automaticly closes again

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    Can you explain what you installed?
    Because Greasemonkey is kind of build-in in Chrome.
    So I do not understand what you installed?
    A script?
    An extension?

    Glad to help but not very clear

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    I have installed about 5 scripts and 2 extentions

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    So ???
    What is your problem then?

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    Well I open greasemonkey and then it automaticly closes again....it doesnt stay open

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    Why do you need to open Greasemonkey its not needed for extensions and user scripts to function ....

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    Aaah, everything is very clear to me now.
    I am really sorry not to be able to help out.
    The real question to me is why you even bothered to post your question in the first place.

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    You must remember it's winter in the Antipodes ...

    Perhaps they're hibernating ;-)

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    Like previously pointed out you do not need to use anything additional (ie. Greasemonkey) in Chrome to enable the use of user scripts and extensions. Keep in mind that a lot of scrips and extensions might not work properly unless you are on the latest Dev build. Read here for more information: http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel

    It seems like you already understand how to edit the target shortcut:

    "C:\Path\to\chrome.exe" --enable-extensions --enable-user-scripts

    I've moved this into the Chrome Plugin Troubleshooting forum and if you further issues please report back so we can help you.

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    So I don't need to open greasemonkey for userscripts to work

    Because I read that you have to use greasemonkey as the shortcut for chrome to use userscripts

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