Greasefire Helps You Automatically Find GreaseMonkey Scripts For a Website

If you are a Greasemonkey Fan and often find yourself downloading interesting scripts from UserScripts.org. This article shall bring great news for you. 

Firefox Add-On GreaseFire is an interesting add-on which lets you automatically find GreaseMonkey Scripts for a website. When you visit a web page that has compatible user scripts on Userscripts.org, this extension will highlight the Greasemonkey icon in the status bar. Right click the Greasemonkey icon and choose the “X scripts available” item to see and install the scripts available for the current page.

Greasefire automatically finds Greasemonkey scripts for the website being surfed.

Image: Greasefire automatically finds Greasemonkey scripts for the website being surfed.

If you are thinking that using GreaseFire might bring in more latency to the page load time, you might be surprised to know that Greasefire uses a local index to look up scripts that apply to the page you are on — it does not send any browsing data to a server.

Set your Preferences for GreaseFire

Image: Set your Preferences for GreaseFire

This index is updated periodically, you can update your preferences for this update time by going through Tools –> Add-ons -> Greasefire -> Preferences for details.

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