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- The template for the New Script... feature is now customizable (#1753)
- Users can now force a remote update even for scripts where it was otherwise intentionally disabled. (#1743)
- A situation that could cause script details displayed in the Add-ons Manager to be incorrect was resolved. (#1778)
- When using Scratchpad as a script editor, the run features are hidden. (They don't work correctly for user scripts; reload the page to rerun the script.) (#1771)
- Script updates will detect Coral CDN failures and use direct checks instead. (#1722)
- The GM_info object now has a scriptSource property, like Tampermonkey. (#1738)
- Fix some corner cases with the value displayed for a script's modified date in the Add-ons Manager. (#1744)
- Fix GM_openInTab() behavior with relative URLs. (#1719)
- Keep the script name and version in sync, for the Add-ons Manager display. (#1734, #1710)
- Fix launching editor from script preferences window, when certain extended characters are in the @name or @namespace. (#1732)
- Fix automated script updates (the first automatic update could cause future updates to stop working). (#1723)
- The abort() method for GM_xmlhttpRequest was not permissioned properly. (#1714)
- Added shortcuts to the various Greasemonkey web sites in the monkey menu. (#1704)
- The redirectionLimit option has been added to GM_xmlhttpRequest(). (#1690)
- By default the script editor is now Scratchpad, which is built into Firefox. This can be configured in the Greasemonkey Options dialog. (#1688)
- Properly run scripts on pages that specify only a username in the URL. (#1677)
- Tweak the "New User Script.." feature which allows adding a user script from the keyboard so that it's harder to overwrite installed scripts. (#1672)
- Add the line number to the "use of return outside functions is deprecated" warning. (#1670)
- Update the pattern matching for the Magic TLD part of @include rules. (#1351)
- Calling window.location.replace() with only an #anchor part of the URL no longer fails. (#1584)
- Improve the clarity of the error message when installing a script with a missing sub-resource. (#1666)
- Create opt-in only statistics gathering. See the post about this. (#1651)
- When displaying an update that has been found but not installed due to user settings, show the version that will be installed by the update, not the version already installed. (#1497)
- Fix a failure to download updates when one is found. (#1669)
- Fix the enable/disable pattern on the User Script Commands sub menu. (#1665)
- Do not break the script when adding a bad (i.e. 404) URL as a new @require. (#1661)
- Avoid loops when the resource at downloadURL and updateURL disagree about the newest available version. (#1659)
- Fix when relative URLs are provided for downloadURL or updateURL. (#1658)
- The User Script update code has been revamped and simplified to be completely integrated with the standard Firefox Add-on update system. Opting in and out of update checking and installing now uses the base Firefox settings. If you are opted out of automatically installing updates, there should be an "Updates" tab in the Add-ons Manager where you can review and optionally install them.
- The "Show Script Source" button in the install dialog is enabled as soon as the script source is downloaded. (#1640)
- Use new style non-modal popup notifications where old toast style notifications were used. (#1563)
- Fix a Firefox crash caused by a bad greasemonkey-script: URL (i.e. passing the empty string, or a nonexistent resource name to GM_getResourceUrl().) (#1623)
- Re-fixed the setTimeout + alert issue; it popped up again in the grant none case. (Note: Firefox 16 fixes this for real. This just applies the same old workaround.) (#1620)
- Fixed the character encoding of the es-CL translation. (#1616)
- Fixed the display of the "Enabled" check mark in the monkey menu. (#1611)
- Fixed the "Show Script Source" button for some scripts. (#1609)
- Killed the final remaining zombie compartment (i.e. memory leak). (#1608)
- The toolbar button is colorful (in the enabled state) on Mac OS X. (#1597)
- The metadata @unwrap has been removed, as being unwrapped is now the default. The wrapper will still be applied to scripts that have a "return" statement outside of any function, but this may be removed in the future, so make sure your scripts (and requires) don't do this; authors may manually add an anonymous function wrapper around the script for the exact same behavior. (#1568, #1592)
- Scripts that @run-at document-start have a valid document object to modify, E.G. for adding <style> tags; but still before any part of the document is loaded. (#1565)
- GM_xmlhttpRequest() accepts a timeout option. (#1561)
- GM_getResourceURL() works with a special protocol handler. (This is more efficient/faster than the data: URI encoding used previously.) For example, specify images and styles with URLs to your @resources.
- The standard Firefox web developer console works for console.log() et al. (#1564)
- Automatic updates work correctly with scripts installed from userscripts.org (but still note the require secure updates setting). (#1555)
- Require at least Firefox 14.0 (no more Firefox 3 compatibility). (#1426, #1522)
- Error reporting is much more consistent and obvious than in the past. (#1404, #1592)
- The alert() workaround (see http://bugzil.la/647727) is not applied for Firefox versions that do not exhibit this bug. (#1318, #1350)
Bug fixes since Greasemonkey 0.9.x:
- When downloading a script not encoded in UTF-8, display an error message to the user (rather than just failing). (#1588)
- The "show script" button in the install dialog is disabled until the download of the script file is complete. (#1586)
- Scripts with missing or broken "==UserScript==" metadata will work. (#1562)
* New metadata, @grant, specifies which special APIs a user script will
have access to. Specifying "@grant none" means no special API access, and
thus no security restrictions. See http://wiki.greasespot.net/@grant
* The metadata @unwrap has been removed, as being unwrapped is now the default.
The wrapper will still be applied to scripts that have a "return" statement outside
of any function, but this may be removed in the future, so make sure your scripts
don't do this.
* Require at least Firefox 14.0 (no more Firefox 3 compatibility).
* Scripts that "@run-at document-start" have a valid document object to modify,
E.G. for adding <style> tags; but still before any part of the document is
* GM_xmlhttpRequest() accepts a "timeout" option.
* GM_getResourceURL() works with a special protocol handler. (This is more
efficient/faster than the data: URI encoding used previously.
* The standard Firefox web developer console works for "console.log()" et al.
* Error reporting is much more consistent and obvious than in the past.
* Scripts with missing or broken "==UserScript==" metadata will work.
* The "alert()" workaround (see http://bugzil.la/647727) is not applied for
Firefox versions that do not exhibit this bug.
* When downloading a script not encoded in UTF-8, display an error message to
the user (rather than failing silently).
* The "show script" button in the install dialog is disabled until the download of
the script file is complete.
* Fix memory leak related to GM_registerMenuCommander. (#1578)