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Button in toolbar looking bad with black background... :(
There is a new much better looking icon on the way.
Better than GreaseMonkey, but the default icon is not compatible with dark themes.
Works like a charm in Seamonkey 2.1b2. :-)
Would be nice to see the icon on the right in the Statusbar like Greasemonkey has. (Greasemonkey, Stylish, AdBlock Plus etc.)
Adding the Button to the other bars via customize is possible but not for the Statusbar in Seamonkey it seems.
works great, just needs compatibility with Firefox 4.2a1pre
Powerful but still buggy extension.
Please report any bugs you find here: https://github.com/erikvold/scriptish/issues
You've improved the add-on by removing legacy code, yet you've kept the add-on bar icon. Even worse, I can't find any way to add the icon as a toolbar icon and remove the add-on bar icon (I wouldn't even have it enabled if it wasn't for this add-on), which is completely against FF4's design.
The toolbar button is added to the add-on bar by default, if you customize then you can move it where ever you choose.
I visited google.com, wasn't redirected to an international url, google.com is supposed to have lots of user scripts, because it's the most popular site in the world, but no user scripts were detected for google.com, so the greasefire part isn't working. Please, fix it!
Greasefire is a separate extension, I can't support it without conflicting with Greasemonkey, so Greasefire will need to be modified, not Scriptish.
Awesome. Good to see I'm not the only one who was missing essential features such as @run-at and update capabilities.
This is a great fork and worthy of succeeding Greasemonkey IMO.
Great,but CANNOT sort user scripts.
with @delay, @priority, and @run-at implemented sorting is not very useful imo.
Loved greasemonkey, but it just fails with FF4. Thank you for this!
handy addition. thanks
Awesome enhancement/replacement for greasemonkey. Thanks for making a toolbar button possible! As for better performance than gm, well I hope that's true.....
+1 to add Included/Excluded Pages ASAP. Thanks! The new "Manage User Scripts" interface is great.
Well the UI will need some work in the future, but the feature is available now. If you open the options/preferences window for a user script then you can create user defined in/excludes here (and disable the script's in/excludes).
Love it. Thank you for all the hard work.
Works great but not on beta 8 T_T. Please update ^_^!
Great addon, much faster than Greasemonkey.
Script reordering would be desirable; I had to edit the config file manually to change the order of my scripts.
Changing the order of scripts in Scriptish doesn't make sense to do to me since @run-at and @delay are supported by Scriptish.
Great! Now the Firefox Devs just need to enable a reordering of the Scripts…
what about Greasefire? ) I`m be happy to have auto-search in Scriptish)
Broken in 4.0b7 Build 1 (Nov. 4), too
(broken means not executing scripts),
hoping for new version
works with any scripts I have tested, except the complex one "Megaupload auto-fill captcha++" http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/56989
I hope it will be fixed in a future release!
I missed Greasemonkey SO MUCH after upgrading to Firefox 4.0. Scriptish is a godsend. Now that I've spent time with Scriptish, I'm kinda wishing it was available for Firefox 3.x.
Enjoying the Greasemonkey overhaul, but I have to ask: how do you edit scripts? There's an option to set an editor, but no way to actually use it...
EDIT: After looking at issue tracker I found out it's right click to edit.
I love it! Up until the 4.0b8pre x64 update today, the tweaked Greasemonkey addon I was using worked fine with Minefield, however the recent update changed something and the addon no longer ran scripts despite the script management window working normally. Replacing Greasemonkey was fairly easy, just had to copy the scripts out of the gm_scripts folder in Firefox's application data folder and into the scriptish_scripts folder. Thanks for an awesome addon!
Great upgrade to greasemonkey, keep it up.
Looks good. But some scripts (like yousabletubefix) does not work (yet?).
And the icon is boring :P
I'll keep an eye on the development of this addon.