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- User scripts cannot run in any about: pages besides about:blank. (Security enhancement; #1375)
- Global, user specified, @exclude rules. (#1002)
- New @run-at metadata imperative, which supports value document-start, as well as the standard document-end behavior. Please see the documentation. (#1103)
- Support for @match metadata imperative, as implemented by Google Chrome. Thanks to Scriptish for original implementation. (#1377)
- Support for full regular expression syntax in @include/@exclude rules. Please see the documentation. (#1378)
- Scripts with broken @icons will install, just with no icon. (#1214)
- Editing the @icon line of a script will take effect immediately. (#1215)
- Remote resources (@require, @resource, @icon) that redirect to other URLs will now work. (#1222)
- Installing and uninstalling the same script many times does not work properly. (#1353)
- GM_xmlhttpRequest() does not work in Firefox 5 betas. (#1354)
- (Introduced in 0.9.4:) Cannot enable nor disable scripts. (#1355)
- Installing the first user script while the user scripts pane of the add-ons manager is open leaves the "no user scripts" warning. (#1356)
- The installation dialog shows the script version, if provided with @version. (#1349)
- Error message logged ("Redeclaration of const document")/high CPU usage when closing the sidebar. (#1226, #1298)
- Navigating to a .user.js inside a frame works like anywhere else. (#1248)
- The list of user scripts in the Add-ons Manager would sometimes forget its sort order. (#1307)
- Compatibility enhancement with AutoPager (broken in 0.9.2). (#1344)
- Passing a non-function to GM_registerMenuCommand()'s commandFunc broke the entire menu, and items showed up in the wrong order (both broken in 0.9.2). (#1346, #1347)
- Failure on OSX when Growl is installed, but not running. (#1264)
- Incorrect display of Greasemonkey icon in Add-ons window (Firefox 3.6, OS X). (#1284, #1291)
- Provide a sort bar, to control display order of the scripts in the Add-ons manager, for Firefox 4. (#1293)
- Remove "accelerator" keys from GM_registerMenuCommand(). (#1312, previously)
- Work around incompatibility with Personas Plus extension. (#1253)
- Fix user script sandbox wrapping. This deals with lots of problems like eval(). (#1258, also #1254, #1260, #1263, #1265)<br>If your script(s) stopped working with 0.9.0, this should fix them.
- Fixed rare bug when installing scripts. (#1250)
- Fixed errors when Growl is not installed on Mac OS X. (#1249)
- Fixed problems with relative @require imperatives. (#1262)
- Allow sorting by descending (as well as ascending) execution order. (#1217)
- Compatibility with Firefox 4! Note that because of Firefox bug 612025 this is somewhat unsafe for 4.0b7 to 4.0b9 (inclusive). Beta 10 should be fixed (the nightly build on January 14th definitely is). Firefox 4 support is still preliminary. Everything probably works, but not everything works really well. The backlog of bugs for the next release is primarily focused on this.
- Complete integration with the standard Firefox Add-ons dialog, treating User Scripts as just another kind of browser add-on.
- A global options dialog, where the script editor can always be selected. (#1012, #1109)
- Live in-place editing for the entire script, including metadata (@name, @require, @include, @exclude, etc.). (#1148, #1157, #1165)
- Web pages that end in .user.js are loaded as normal, instead of being installed as a user script. (#1184)
Bug fixes / minor enhancements:
- All Greasemonkey windows respond to standard close window keyboard shortcuts. (#1085)
- Support for @icon metadata imperative, displayed in the new add-ons manager integration. (#1096)
- Support user and password for GM_xmlHttpRequest(). (#1100)
- Support @version metadata imperative. (#1110)
- Suppress spurious Error: not well-formed (// ==UserScript==) error messages. (#1134)
- The "install" menu item is removed. (#1196)
- Add a hidden preference to allow greasing the unmht: scheme. (#1038)
- Allow relative URLs to be used for GM_xmlhttpRequest(), just like standard XMLHttpRequest. (#1057)
- Performance enhancements and code improvements to internal logic behind @include and @exclude rules. (#1070 #1074 #1089)
- Added translations: ca-ES, cs, fr, nl, sr-RS, vi.
- GM_xmlhttpRequest() can fail when Object.prototype has been modified. (#1065)
- Two warnings upon making new script via "New User Script". (#1069)
- Installing scripts from the hard drive (instead of via the web) can fail.Link (#1077)
- Fix a flaw that could allow websites to prevent Greasemonkey from running. (#1082)
- Error "this.menuCommanders is undefined" bug when closing a browser window. (#1087)
- Error "ScriptDownloader is not defined" Linkwhen performing view source on a user script. (#1091)
- Properly specify the .finalUrl for GM_xmlhttpRequest results. (#1063)
- Add Firefox 3.6 compatibility flag.
- Use platform-dependent line endings when creating a script file. (#1004)
- Properly handle error events, and calling the onerror callback, in GM_xmlhttpRequest. (#1008)
- Add 'binary' option, to do a .sendAsBinary(), for GM_xmlhttpRequest. (#1017)
- GM_setValue() will display a descriptive error, when it does not receive enough arguments. (#1005)
- Fixed a bug that would cause the Greasemonkey info bar not to appear sometimes, when viewing a script's source.
- Updated translations from babelzilla.org.
* The GM_openInTab() function respects the background loading tab behavior from Firefox preferences. (#1003)
* Specify label/control associations in "New Script" dialog, for accessibility. (#1010)
* Minor code clean ups and improvements. (#1011, #1020)
* Remove "forced" upgrade code. (#1013)
* Remove extra spacing around the status bar icon. (#1014)
* When adding include/exclude rules, include the port number in the default suggestion. (#1015)
* Reduce noise logged to the console when interacting with Firebug. (#1018)
* Apply security checks to GM_listValues() and GM_deleteValue(). (#1019)
* Fix missing localized strings in various locales. (#1022)
* Grease pages loaded into the sidebar. (#1023)
# Fix for ticket #111 (anomalous separators in the monkey menu).
# Add GM_deleteValue() and GM_listValues() APIs (#38).
# Restore the anonymous function wrapper around scripts, and thus the same behavior as versions prior to 0.8 (by default, removable with the @unwrap metadata imperative, #108).
# Improved interaction with the Firebug console (#122, #204).
There is also a new feature that allows modularization of user scripts that comes in four pieces: @resource, @require, GM_getResourceURL, and GM_getResourceText.
* GM_xmlhttpRequest now includes the finalUrl property.
* Internal code quality improvements
* New attractive graphics by Pak-Kei Mak
* Scripts that do not use top level return get the benefit of a this object
* Dragging a script in the manage dialog only worked the first time
* Deleting any script in the manage dialog also deleted the last one
* Implement script-reordering via drag+drop in the manage dialog.
* Attempt to fix common bug where gm_scripts directory is sometimes not created.
* Bug fix: Install UI should not pop up when Greasemonkey is disabled.
* Add "enabled" item to tools > Greasemonkey for accessibility.
* Improvements to error reporting from user scripts
* Add support for overrideMimeType to GM_xmlhttpRequest
* Prevent sites from detecting greasemonkey by loading chrome:// images
* New translations: Finnish, Japanese, and Russian
For more details, see:
- minor UI tweaks to manage dialog (no longer bounces around when selecting items)
- Basque translation
- Updates to German translation
- Middle-click on monkey now opens manage menu
- Right-click on script names in monkey menu now open script in editor.
It also contains several new UI features and better security. See: http://greaseblog.blogspot.com/2005/11/greasemonkey-064_30.html for details.
Also, *nix users can now edit scripts using the Edit and New buttons in the UI.
See the Greaseblog post - http://greaseblog.blogspot.com/2005/07/greasemonkey-05-beta.html - for more information about the security improvements in this release.
Until the next release when this will be fixed properly, all the GM_* apis have been removed. This means which user scripts which rely upon them will no longer work.