- Rated 5 out of 5by DavidK2, 4 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, 6 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