[Greasemonkey] Re: Greasemonkey Digest, Vol 5, Issue 79

Matt Labrum darktempler at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 15:57:48 EDT 2005

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From: Julien Couvreur <julien.couvreur at gmail.com>
To: greasemonkey at mozdev.org
Date: Tue, 19 Apr 2005 14:16:37 -0700

>Now that GM supports local data persistence, you can do a lot more
>customization, while still not needing a full extension.
>You mention the problem of local GUI. The browser is already very
>loaded in terms of menus, configuration tabs,... Do you really need a
>configuration menu for Google Butler when you're not visiting a Google
>Did you consider the solutions involving embeding your config into the
>website? I think that approach is more user friendly and saves

>3) Another option (that I like the least) would be to use a menu
>command to start a config page (using a popup with UI embedded in the
>user script?).


I've been thinking about doing number 3 for quite a while , I've
already half coded a form of it into my
Cskinner(http://dt.x.xstreamhost.com/wordpress/cskinner/) which opens
a option panel from either the user script commands menu or clicking
on the normal css editor I havn't decided that bit yet.

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