- Rated 5 out of 5by DavidK2, 2 months agoThe UI is much better and more intuitive than that of TemperMonkey.
I really like the distinction between CSS and JS modifications and that I don’t need to use “proprietary” GreaseMonkey functions like GM_addStyle (` /* the CSS goes here */ `).
FireMonkey also doesn’t exhibit the bug that TemperMonkey does — when I navigated the same portal over many pages, it seemed TM kept adding the same CSS script over and over, which, over time, slowed Firefox noticeably (after a while TM reported aplying about 70 scripts instead of 2!).
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 12818352, 4 months agoSeems like we can't import scripts from zip
Right, unzip everything and import works, but slightly inconvenient, thank you for replying.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14234915, a year agoI am looking for an alternative to Tampermonkey. FireMonkey looks promising. However, it does not support importing a .zip created by other managers. Therefore, I use Violentmonkey instead.
I've read https://github.com/erosman/support/issues/236
- Rated 5 out of 5by John Doe, a year agoSince the only userscript managers that worked in Firefox Android (beta & nightly through custom collection) are this and tampermonkey, I choose this becase it's open source and more lightweight. Good job
- Rated 4 out of 5by Falazi, a year agoThis addon is nice, it's pretty simple to write js scripts with it, however I've struggled to write css scripts. I would assume that it shouldn't be too different from normal css, but trying to port my css scripts from stylus to firemonkey hasn't worked. There might be something simple I'm missing but I haven't been able to figure out what it is. I think the css documentation could be improved to make it easier to write css scripts.
Developer responseposted a year agoThe userCSS in FireMonkey has 2 sections:
- Metadata block: which is identical to userScript metadata block
- CSS: which is standard CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
Stylus supports other additional code which are not standard CSS. As long as you use standard CSS, there is no issue. You can also post to the support for help and advice.