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Chrome out of Beta: greasemonkey supported

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For those of you who have one or more essential greasemonkey scripts that you have needed in Chrome, the 1.0 release, available to some today, others tomorrow, supports greasemonkey. Turn it on by tacking ” -enable-greasemonkey” after the last ” in the target line in the properties box for the Chrome shortcut (note the space in front of the -enable). Place scripts in C:/scripts on your hard drive.
I have been waiting for this, since I use a comment script on Flickr every day, and disliked always starting Chrome through the Greasemetal shortcut. Good on you Google.


Written by singraham

December 11, 2008 at 2:12 pm

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