[Greasemonkey] Page-load jumpiness
kokogiak at gmail.com
Thu Apr 28 14:05:09 EDT 2005
Ha! Yeah, in the best of all worlds the URLID extension would do it -
but on just trying it now, the order of execution is: Page render > GM
User Script > URLID CSS rules applied. Jumpier still :)
Good idea though. Will keep trying to see if I can think of something clever.
On 4/28/05, Aaron Boodman <zboogs at gmail.com> wrote:
> No. :-( The first ~4 ways I've tried to solve this have not worked.
> Maybe you could look into the URLID extension. If it kicks in early
> enough, you could create a user css rule to set the display of
> document.body to none. Then in the user script, set it back to block.
> On 4/28/05, alan taylor <kokogiak at gmail.com> wrote:
> > This may have been discussed before, but has anyone come up with a
> > workable way to handle the 'jumpiness' caused by re-structuring a page
> > with GM after it loads? Is there a way to pause rendering or hide the
> > rendered page until after GM-modification has taken place?
> > I'm working on my own private view of NYTimes.com - and it's a thicket
> > of nested tables, so the jumping-around is pretty annoying. Thanks.
> > -Alan Taylor
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