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Well, 5 stars because this was a much used addon.. but ff 57.0 has broken it. pretty much all my addons are screwed now, can't even use a download manager that has a frontend addon. awesome work mozilla.
By far the easiest to use plugin. Just put some files on you local machine and done. No irritatingly vague addon menus to wrestle with. No redirect to own webpage for tracking after install garbage, which is good. I don't understand why this addon has so few users.
Well with this add-on you don't need to waste time on "getting a master" on it.
I mean you don't need to set any configuration at all.
You don't need to learn something else.
You just create one folder and you are already doing your job with Js (and CSS too!!).
No waste of memory with slow GUI, you just use your favorite editor.
I searched among all the Js collection and this is the one!
To the author:
I suggest the author to consider to modify the "About this Add-on" overview.
I examined the entire JS Collection 3 times(25 addons at the moment!).
And lucky desperate me, only the third time I noticed that dotjs of course can apply code to every page that you visit.
It is important to know it at first glance.
Instead I used to stop reading at the end of " based on their filename and the domain of the site you are visiting."
This addon deserves to be known! Great job.
Happy to donate to you!
Thanks a lot
Nice concept. Your statement about Greasemonkey user script needs to be published is wrong, though. Very wrong.
I love being able to edit the behavior and appearance of websites, and this extension makes it super easy – this is way easier than using GreaseMonkey or even the chrome extension it's ported from.
Awesome! Glad it helps :)
doesn't work for me, I made the .js dir in my users directory and my firefox profile directory (just in case)
Win Vista SP2
Hi rickdog! In Windows, the directory name needs to be /js/ (without the .). In Windows 7, for example, the filename+path should be something like: C:\Users\\js\google.com.js
I hope this helps. I am happy to troubleshoot with you.
Great idea, great work. Works like a charm. Thank you.
"GreaseMonkey user scripts are great, but you need to publish them somewhere and re-publish after making modifications. With dotjs, just add or edit files in ~/.js."
You do realize you can create and edit Greasemonkey scripts for your computer without publishing or re-publishing, it's not required to do so. Greasemonkey has much more support and an easy to use API.
Makes the web so much more livable. Remove YouTube comments, make card IDs visible in Trello, all sorts of little hacks and tweaks.
I am confused.
So this extension is like "uc"?
I don't know much about "uc" but it seems like it is more for running scripts in the chrome. dotjs is for running scripts in the context of the webpages. Almost like greasemonkey scripts, but managed in your filesystem.
Awesome add-on. Like a lightweight Greasemonkey for fixing little things that bug you on various websites.
Coworkers are raving about dotjs, I still am in between browsers and not sure which one to use full time but I sure am glad that I can share my custom JS between both browsers. Thanks!