[Greasemonkey] Example user script GUI

Matthias Bauer ml-greasemonkey-42imk83y at moeffju.net
Thu Apr 21 02:05:24 EDT 2005

On 20.04.2005 22:23 Prakash Kailasa wrote:

>>I considered this for a feature of Butler that I ultimately cut --
>>adding additional specialized searches.  Just add a link along the top
>>("Web Images Groups YOURS_HERE News Froogle Local") that links to a
>>nonexistent page, and zap the error page that comes back and replace
>>it with your own content.
> Or, as discussed a few weeks ago, one could presumably use an
> about:something page for the link.
> http://www.mozdev.org/pipermail/greasemonkey/2005-April/000722.html
> If that works (I haven't tested it), no need to worry about 404 issues.

It doesn't work for me with Firefox/1.0.3 Greasemonkey/0.3a. about:foo
just doesn't do anything, actually. You could try using about:blank with
anchors or query strings. Just about:blank by itself is not a good idea
if every script wants it.


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