I have installed the GreaseMonkey Addon in Firefox 14, please tell me some great and useful GreaseMonkey Scripts which makes the browsing experience better and adds more functions to browser.
One of the most valuble GreaseMonkey scripts is in my opinion the
"I dont want to install Google Chrome" script.
I cannot stand that everytime I clear my cookies I ended up with the Install Google Chrome advert. With this script you can clear your cookies as often as you like without the annoying Chrome advert popping up.
You can get it here:
All time favourite: Jasper's Google Reader subscribe (http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/2571). Saved me a lot of time searching for the feed link.
Google Book Downloader, but i don't know it's legal or not
i personally like its contribution to youtube downloading, idk but there are alot of sites that allow that, i just like it though
Allows the browser to block flash until you click a "Play" button. Helps with performance and not load every flash video/ad that pops up in your browser.
http://socialfixer.com/ for facebook is a really neat script and has some neat features.
Alternatively, you can also customize some websites by installing the Stylish addon. It modifies the css of the page. I have many stylish scripts installed, such as http://userstyles.org/styles/63354/chromeos-scrollbars-of-firefox http://cashew.insanejournal.com/1473832.html
Some good userscripts are,
Download YouTube Videos as MP4 -
Scrub Google Redirect Links (This script allows you to directly copy links from Google search results instead of opening them and then waiting for the page to load and then copy the page link) -
20 must-see Greasemonkey Addons(No Technical Knowledge Req.) -
How to Customize Your Favorite Web Sites to Your Exact Preferences -
YouTube Enhancer -
Well you can browse through for greasemonkey scripts from http://userscripts.org/.
Some scripts to get started:
Download YouTube video as MP4
Facebook Ad Remover
Google Reader Minimalistic
GreaseMonkey scripts are a personal thing, what I like you may think is awful but one you should try is GoogleMonkeyR availble from here: http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/9310
That will give you a whole new slant on Google searches with loads of options you can configure.
You can browse through the 1000's of scripts here: http://userscripts.org/scripts