Firefox + greasemonkey + script google book er

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Saves all available Preview pages from a Google Book as PNGs Use it with Firefox and Greasemonkey, other browsers have some issues. Userscripts are little. Open your Firefox browser, Apr 01, · Install the Google Book Downloader Author Topic: Download google book er userscript greasemonkey (Read times). Saves all available Preview pages from a Google Book as PNGs. Install this script? Ask a question, post a review, or report the script. Use it with Firefox and Greasemonkey, other browsers have some issues. Watch a.

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Firefox + Greasemonkey + Script Google Book Er

Firefox greasemonkey and userscript google book downloader online. “ Greasemonkey” > “User Script Just to the damn Palm Desktop on my, er, desktop. If you don't know what is a Greasemonkey script, then check how to install and use Greasemonkey userscripts in Firefox. You can. 1 Mar Google Book Er. Author . Script google book downloader userscript download any book from google books er firefox greasemonkey. google books downloader.

Features Easy Script Access Tampermonkey makes it pretty easy to manage your userscripts. The Tampermonkey icon at the upper right shows the number of running scripts and a click at it shows what scripts do run and what scripts may run at this page. You can see when they were updated the last time, if they do have a homepage, you can sort them and many more Configurable Setting Diversity You can choose between three different levels for the settings page. This way rarely used options can be hidden to keep the page evident.

If I wanted clutter, I'd use Yahoo!

The problem is, when I use the search box in Firefox, I still get results in the new layout. Is there any way to "fix" that? Thanks again. I thought google was broken or I was hacked, I was thinking how much this sucked and how I can't wait until it's over. But then I research it and what do I find? The people at google, whom I've had great faith in, are the ones responsible!!

Please hurry and make an option that allows 'classic view'. I'm shocked that the google team would think that this is better than before, infact I'm so worried about your decision making that I'm going to sell a lot of stock. Perhaps, in future, more browsers will implement this behaviour, but until then, we can write a user script to do it for us.

Firefox greasemonkey and userscript google book er

This effectively adds domain-specific persistence to sites that use native stylesheet switching: View or install the script persist-stylesheets. From a practical perspective, this means that if the site already uses cookies a lot, we run the risk of filling up the data limit 4K and thereby overriding data that the site needs.

You could also reduce the impact by having a list of specific include domains, where you know the feature is needed, rather than running it on every site that uses alternate stylesheets. But suddenly there are security implications here, as well: it would be very easy to write a user script that steals the cookie and other data from every site it encounters, then sends it all somewhere else. Users could be exposing themselves to a whole new angle of exploitation; a recent cnet article has already brought this issue to the fore.

It also asks more general questions around whether site owners might object to having their pages modified in this way. Dean Edwards raises a similar point with his interesting take on how Greasemonkey broke his site ; a lively debate follows.

Beat Any Website into Shape with Greasemonkey — SitePoint

Anyone can make any page appear any way they want in their own browsers; many browser add-ons, screenreaders and other user-agents will change, rewrite or add to the DOM of the page before any client-side scripting is run. Just like TiVo a digital TV system that can filter out ad-breaks from recordings , this becomes a threat only if lots of "ordinary" people use it. That could certainly reduce the problem of data stealing, though not without unwanted side-effects what about the impact on legitimate remote syndication?

I think the implication is this: non-technical users must be able to trust the source of a user script they install.

One possible solution might arise if an archive of user scripts was made available from a verifying source, as Firefox extensions are.

And in fact the ever-active GM development team are looking into ways of doing this, with a userscript. Developer Tools User scripts might also represent a niche for the creation of developer tools — scripts that you can write and customise for specific projects, or keep as a collection of general tools that are enabled or disabled as required.

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Headings-navigation Bar Most serial browsers screenreaders like JAWS, and text-only browsers like Lynx have a "headings mode" or something like it, where they list and link to all the headings on the page. It provides a greater degree of random access on pages which use proper headings.

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This script emulates that functionality, creating a small "H" icon at the top-right of the page, from which a menu drops down containing links to every heading: View or install the script headings-navigation. The menu is built as a list, each item of which is a link populated with text or other HTML from the original heading.

If the heading contains an image, it will be reproduced along with the rest, However, as this might not be ideal, an alternative approach could be to extract and use the ALT text, or perhaps remove extraneous markup altogether.

Perhaps, in future, more browsers will implement this behaviour, but until then, we can write a user script to do it for us. This effectively adds domain-specific persistence to sites that use native stylesheet switching: View or install the script persist-stylesheets.

From a practical perspective, this means that if the site already uses cookies a lot, we run the risk of filling up the data limit 4K and thereby overriding data that the site needs. You could also reduce the impact by having a list of specific include domains, where you know the feature is needed, rather than running it on every site that uses alternate stylesheets. But suddenly there are security implications here, as well: it would be very easy to write a user script that steals the cookie and other data from every site it encounters, then sends it all somewhere else.

Firefox extension google book downloader for firefox

Users could be exposing themselves to a whole new angle of exploitation; a recent cnet article has already brought this issue to the fore. It also asks more general questions around whether site owners might object to having their pages modified in this way. Dean Edwards raises a similar point with his interesting take on how Greasemonkey broke his site ; a lively debate follows.

Anyone can make any page appear any way they want in their own browsers; many browser add-ons, screenreaders and other user-agents will change, rewrite or add to the DOM of the page before any client-side scripting is run. Just like TiVo a digital TV system that can filter out ad-breaks from recordings , this becomes a threat only if lots of "ordinary" people use it.

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