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April 2009

Inline Mp3 Player (Google version) - userscripts

Remplace un lien vers un fichier MP3 par un lecteur multimédia, comme sur google video :Testé ici sur un site de banque de sons... ça aide !

Gmail-Greasemonkey - Google Code

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Ce site répertorie différents scripts Greasemonkey permettant d’enrichier et améliorer l’interface de GMail. Ces scripts ne fonctionne que sous Firefox, et bien sur, nécessite l’installation de l’extension Greasemonkey.

EPFL Library Link - Greasmonkey - Bibliotheque Firefox Plugin - Amazone > Disponibilité des livres sur reseau Bib

Ce plugin permet de voir en un clin d'oeil quels livres sont disponibles dans une bibliothèque de l'EPFL ou sur le réseau NEBIS. Actuellement, il fonctionne sur les pages web suivantes: * et les sites internationaux d'amazon (.fr, .de, etc.) * * (outil pour les professionnels de la librairie et des bibliothèques, utilisé par la Bibliothèque Centrale pour les commandes de livres en français) * (idem que ci-dessus, pour les commandes de livres en anglais chez notre fournisseur Blackwell's) * * * (sélection de livres en vulgarisation des sciences) - ainsi que l'ancien site (encore en service ??)

Multi-Column Results - Splits Google search results - Download

Multi-Column ResultsSplits Google search results into multiple columns. It’ll be incredibly useful if you’re on a wide screen monitor. Alt+1/2/3 keys can be used to switch between one, two and three column views. - Displays thumbnail Previews - Download

by 1 other - Displays thumbnail Previews of your bookmarks when you hover over them.

Unpaginate Pagination Microformated Web Pages for Greasemonkey

This script will unpaginate any web pages augmented by the pagination microformat, into what traditionally (if somewhat incorrectly) has been called "endless" Google, Flickr, and similar, pages. In other words, a hack that loads the next page into the present one when you scroll within about half a screenful of the end, so you don't have to lose the pageful you have to load the next pageful -- it just gets inlined for you, instead. By itself, this script will do nothing at all, because it only contains the code that implements this unpagination; tailoring it to other sites is up to other, much, much smaller custom scripts anyone can write -- or indeed site authors may augment their site templates with, for the benefit of their visitors running this hack, should they want to.

TextArea Drag Resize - modifier la taille des champs de saisie - Userscripts

TextArea Drag Resize : permet de modifier la taille des champs de saisie par glisser-déplacer :Simple et efficace...

Textarea Backup - sauvegarde le contenu des champs de saisie

Textarea Backup sauvegarde le contenu des champs de saisie pour les forums et autres sites où l'on écrit. Combien de fois avez-vous perdu le contenu de ce que vous tapiez, en fermant un onglet ou une fenêtre par erreur ? Trop ? Ce script sauvegarde tout seul la frappe au clavier. Il suffit de revenir à la page en question, même sur un forum, et le texte revient à sa place.

delicious Management for Greasemonkey

The Bookmark Management GreaseMonkey script will add 2 links to your pages. The links will allow you to either share or delete all displayed items on the current page. You can search for items or narrow down the results by selecting a tag. * Modifications for Delicious v2 Website and FF3 * Use of GM API instead of web page calls (this does require the user to sign into the delicious API) These modifications will get the script working again with the latest updates to the Delicious website and FF3. After I first made this script I found the Install scriptyumyum script. Admittedly this script is better than mine which is why I haven't made too many updates to this one. However, since the Delicious upgrade yumyum doesn't work. So long story short, here is an update to this script. Inline View for Greasemonkey

Adds an 'inline view...' link to pages which loads the url inside a html iframe in the bottom of every link. - Tag Links on Bundle Edit Page for Greasemonkey

Normal clicking, without holding down the alt key, works the same as ever, adding and removing that tag from the bundle. - Auto-Highlight Bundled Tags for Greasemonkey

Automatically checks off "Highlight tags already in another bundle" anytime the bundle edit page is loaded. - Bundle Names on Hover for Greasemonkey

On the bundle edit pages, hover over a tag to show which bundles it belongs to. - Dim Saved Links for Greasemonkey

Dim out any links on Delicious that you've already saved in your own account.

Enable Autocomplete & Remember Passwords for Yahoo et Delicious - Greasemonkey

Certain sites like, yahoo, etc. stop Firefox from storing and auto-completing the password even when you have turned auto-completion on. While this has some purpose for certain sensitive sites like banks, is there any reason why will forget passwords?! To make matters worse, in or yahoo you can only ask to be remembered for 2 weeks and not more than that! This script combats the problem for and yahoo logins, and enables Firefox to prompt you to remember login password for these sites. You can easily add other sites whose passwords are also not remembered, the script will work fine. Bundle sorter for Greasemonkey

Changes the delicious tag bundle manager so unbundled tags are listed at the beginning. - Sort Visible Links for Greasemonkey

Sort all the links on the page by their title, URL or popularity. Updated on Feb 17, 2009 to fix its operation on full search results page - Tags on left, meta on right |

Move the tag chain to the left and left-align it, and move all the various things that end up in the "meta" div to the right. What the meta div holds depends on the page you're viewing. When viewing your own bookmarks, the meta div contains the group of action links (share/edit//delete). On the Network view and when browsing the site by tag, it holds the account name of the person who contributed the link. On the search results page and when browsing Popular bookmarks, it has the "First saved by" information.

Linkoder (QRCode) - Cool Greasemonkey Script adds Barcodes for each link on a web page

Linkoder (QRCode) - Cool Greasemonkey Script adds Barcodes for each link on a web page I just found a cool greasemonkey script on by a person called Vorn. The script is called Linkoder (QRCode) - it can basically add Barcodes for each link on any web page. Its really useful for mobile phone users, with barcode reader applications on their phones, such as the N95 which comes with a barcode reader app as standard, as it saves them typing in long URLs, instead they can just scan the barcode on their PC screen, and then browse directly to the link with their phones web browser. you can get the script here: Install script

March 2009

AutoIt v3 - Automate and Script Windows Tasks - For Free!

AutoIt v3 is a freeware BASIC-like scripting language designed for automating the Windows GUI and general scripting. It uses a combination of simulated keystrokes, mouse movement and window/control manipulation in order to automate tasks in a way not possible or reliable with other languages (e.g. VBScript and SendKeys). AutoIt is also very small, self-contained and will run on all versions of Windows out-of-the-box with no annoying "runtimes" required!

"CAPTCHA Breaker" or pwntcha - Recherche Google - John Resig - OCR and Neural Nets in JavaScript

John Resig - OCR and Neural Nets in JavaScript Just google for "CAPTCHA Breaker" or pwntcha and you'd have much more advanced captcha breakers capable of much more. But javascript won't be able to handle ...

Javascript CAPTCHA decoder - MAKE: Blog

It will break CAPTCHAs for Megaupload and automatically trigger a download. The code is designed specifically for this CAPTCHA style, but there's no reason why the getImageData trick combined with a alternate OCR implementation couldn't be used to solve for other systems. This is pretty fascinating stuff. Is there a better (more convenient, harder to cheat) way to prove humanness? What else could you make in Javascript using OCR, neural nets, or per-pixel image processing?

February 2009