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2017

FIR 57 - ADDON - uBlock Origin - uBO/webext - Read carefully if using uBO/webext

FIR 57 - ADDON - uBO/webext works best with Firefox 57 and above, and with multi-process enabled. There are many reports of people experiencing issues with some web sites, or images not loading, etc. Turns out many of these are a result of using some legacy extensions along uBO/webext. For instance, Reek's AAK in GreaseMonkey has been causing issues with images not loading. If you experience such issue, you will have to disable all your legacy extensions and see if this fixes your issue. If so, then you will have to re-enable your legacy extensions one by one to find the one(s) causing the problem. Those legacy extensions can cause multi-process to be disabled in your browser, and apparently when multi-process is disabled, this can cause many cases of page load failure.

2014

Firefox Extensions - Mozilla Firefox Tips and Tricks | LegRoom.net

Here are a few Firefox extensions that I consider essential for any Firefox installation.

2013

2010

BIB - Greasemonkey Script - Exemple - Améliorer le statut d'un livre dans le catalogue en Ligne d'une Bibliothèque) - Group LAPL Holds by status for Greasemonkey

Groups Los Angeles Public Library (lapl.org) holds (requests) by status: Ready for Pickup, In Transit, or Pending. Instead of just listing the holds by status, this userscript groups them by status. For holds that are Ready for Pickup it shows for each pickup date: * The number of days you have left to pick up your holds. Remember that "a $1.00 fee will be charged if an item placed on hold is not canceled or picked up by the "Hold Until" date." * The day of the week when the holds are due to be picked up * The pickup date * and the number of items to be picked up by that date. This is then followed by the items due to be picked up sorted by title. For holds that are Pending I list the items by the ratio of available # of copies to queue position. This gives you some idea of the order in which your holds will be available. If the ratio is above 1.00 you can expect the hold to be available "soon" (within 3 weeks).

BIB - Greasemonkey Script - Exemple - Relier le catalogue en ligne d'une bibliothèque et des services comme Amazon ( US, Canada, France Germany and Japan, not UK) - Amazon TorPLib Linky for Greasemonkey

Customized Carrick Mundell’s LibraryLookup Greasemonkey script for the Seattle Public Library) to do the same for the Toronto Public Library. What’s it do? On any Amazon.com book listing page, the script inserts a hyper-link below the book title which, when clicked, will search for the book in the Toronto Public Library catalog. the Library Search Url and Library Name are now separate variables to make it a little easier to customized for other Library Systems. It does not work for the UK site. Why? Because the UK does not use the same class element names to give it a place to insert the html rewrite link. In fact, it only uses 2 class names on the whole item page. The Style Sheet and classes are there, they just don’t use them. Weird. This particular madness was kickoff by John Udell who started the LibraryLookup Project (http://jonudell.net/LibraryLookup.html) in 2002 (with bookmarklet’s). Many Thanks.

BIB - Exemple de Bookmarklet et de Script Greasemonkey pour relier le catalogue en ligne d'une bibliothèque et des services comme Amazon - eBranch::Catalog Search Tools - Amazon Lookup

Catalog Bookmarklet Works with Internet Explorer or Firefox. Simply drag this LCLS Book Lookup to your Links bar in Internet Explorer or your Bookmarks Toolbar in Firefox. When ever you are on a Barnes & Noble or Amazon page with 10 digit ISBN numbers just click on the LCLS Book Lookup and it will search the Lycoming County Library System Catalog. For best results use the Amazon LCLS Lookup below. Adding a bookmarklet: Internet Explorer Instructions | Instructions for Firefox and Internet Explorer Amazon LCLS Lookup : Do you use Amazon.com® to locate books? Wish you could easily find out if the Library owns a book you have found? Now you can! : Our Amazon LCLS Lookup tool displays information about the Library status of books you find in Amazon, right on the Amazon results page. Just click on the link on the Amazon page and you wil see if a title is available locally. The Lookup tool requires the Firefox web browser. Look for this yellow box on any Amazon results page

Greasefire - Automatically find Greasemonkey scripts on Userscripts.org - when you visit a web site, how do you know if there are better ways to view it?

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a Firefox add-on that will tell you if there are any user scripts for the page you're visiting. When you have Greasefire and Greasemonkey installed a little monkey will show up in the bottom right corner of your Firefox status bar. If there are scripts available for the site you're viewing, the monkey's background color will change to red. And when you right click on the icon you'll see the number of available scripts. Click on that number and a window will open telling you more about those scripts.

2009

AMO Link. - Greasemonkey Script - Replaces the url in the link text with the add-on’s name.

If you, like me, visit Firefox forums or similar regularly, maybe you also often see people only posting the url of an add-on not saying which one it is. This script queries the AMO API for every link to an add-on it finds and replaces the url in the link text with the add-on’s name.

Google Fx v2.1.9 for Greasemonkey - firefox et opera

AutoPaging + Site ThumbShots + Google Suggest (multi-lang) + Easy Filters + Right Panel Feature + Images Redirect & Preview + Searchers + Static TopBar + NoAds + Nice Look&Feel + User's Settings + MultiLanguage & more... [Opera & Firefox] Version: 2.1.9