[Greasemonkey] setting cookies from greasemonkey

Julien Couvreur julien.couvreur at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 09:41:54 EDT 2005


A workaround: you can try reloading the page if you detect it's the
"no cookie found" version of the page.

For the tab question: is the tab being opened in the same domain or a
different domain?

Cheers,
Julien

On 7/13/05, Godmar Back <godmar at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> is it possible to have a greasemonkey script interpose whenever the
> users visits a new URL, but *before* the request is being sent so that
> the script has a chance to add some cookie that the browser will
> present to the server?
> 
> This would be very helpful to customize web sites that change their
> behavior based on cookies presented (search engines, etc.)
> 
> (I understand that the current setup, which interjects on
> DOMContentLoaded, can't do that - I'm wondering if it is possible at
> all in a firefox extension: if so, it could probably be added to
> greasemonkey in some way - presumably only a hardcoded set of actions
> since you don't want to execute code in chrome land outside a page.)
> 
> Related question: does anybody know how to pass cookies from inside an
> extension when it opens a new window or tab?  Is there a way to tag on
> http request headers to use? I should mention that I don't want the
> cookies to be added to the list of cookies the browser stores.
> 
>  - Godmar
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