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User Script Compiler - Easily convert Greasemonkey scripts into Firefox extensions

First, you'll need to track down your installed scripts. They're in your Firefox profile, under the "gm_scripts" sub-folder. Or, if you'd prefer, you can skip the search and download any script from the online script repository. Next, you need to change the file extension from .js (Javascript) to .txt (plain text). After you've changed the extension, double-click the file to view the code. Copy and paste the code into the User Script Compiler and hit "Generate." Voila! Your new Firefox extension (.xpi) is complete. To install in Firefox, simply drag the new extension onto the Firefox interface and follow the prompts.


Anthony Lieuallen's Greasemonkey Compiler___Better Flickr is a compilation of work done by several Greasemonkey scripters

Creates a full fledged Firefox XPI (extension) from a greasemonkey script._I modified the output of the compiler to include multiple scripts with the ability to enable and disable individual features.


iMacros for Firefox - Script your Firefox Web Browser

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You can use it to fill in forms that stretch across multiple pages, to automatically log into a site and perform specific activities, or even to extract data from a site and save it as a CSV file.


Performancing___blog editor that sits right within Firefox._extension

"Performancing for Firefox is a full featured blog editor that sits right within Firefox. Just hit F8 or click the little pencil icon at the bottom right to bring up the blog editor and easily post to your Wordpress, MovableType or Blogger blogs." - delicious: index

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This extension integrates with Firefox and Thunderbird. We're looking for new developers. Who have the skills and time to maintain the plugin and implement new features. Features * Context menu integration * Toolbar integration * Sidebar integ