- Noté 5 sur 5par Ringo McGoogle, il y a 2 moisOkay, I'm an oldtimer (70) with no Smartphone but a nicely fast PC, and a little bit of Windows (XP/7/10) tinkering experience. I recently ran into a snag I need to thorougly iron out of interaction with some well-known Big Tech platform. Looking for the solution I came across Tampermonkey Userscript Manager, plus a pre-baked userscript aimed at scaling exactly the specific hurdle confronting me. With no programming skills I had no trouble at all setting up Tampermonkey and installing and enabling the userscript I had found. It works dead-on. 👍
I immediately grab what Tampermonkey is about though I hadn't heard of it before and I find the Dashboard and userscript installation procedures super easy to work - like they're virtually fool-proof I guess.
I rate Tampermonkey 5-Star, straight off. This extension qualifies as: really cool.
- Noté 3 sur 5par DavidK2, il y a 2 moisTemperMonkey works, but...
It's UI is very unintuitive but I still kept using it for many months daily, it did its job. However, then I encountered a deal-breaking bug, it seems:
Bug: I have two scripts applied to a base URL. After navigating the portal for a while, I ended up with TemperMonkey reporting it applies about 70 scripts. And it apparently did, because loading the pages within the portal became pretty slow.
I then migrated to FireMonkey, which has much more intuitive UI and doesn't exhibit this bug.
- Noté 5 sur 5par SuperCuek, il y a 2 moisv4.19.0 can't update any userscript even manually update via dashboard. bug?
Réponse du développeurmis en ligne : il y a 2 moisSimply open the extensions background page and check the network tab.
Does it load the right URL? What is the content that is sent from the page?