Tagged With greasemonkey

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Chrome/Firefox with Greasemonkey: If you like to watch YouTube videos without all the clutter of the side bars, userscript Resize YouTube Player can help by automatically stretching the video you're watching to fill the entire browser window. This script also automatically changes the video's resolution (where available) to a higher quality, depending on how large your window is.

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Chrome/Firefox/Safari (User Script): If you're like me, you probably avoid most YouTube links because you don't know what's on the other end, and you don't want to waste time finding out. User script YouTube Link Title saves you from NSFW videos, rickrolls and things that just aren't worth your time by warning you what's on the other side.

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Android: Moving from the desktop, where you may have your favourite userscripts set up, to your Android phone, where you're missing all of them, can be painful. TamperMonkey is an Android browser that has full support for userscripts, and allows you to add and manage GreaseMonkey scripts to your Android device.

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We all have a few favourite websites, even when they're not perfect. You don't necessarily have to live with those imperfections, however, as userscripts and userstyles provide you with the option to customise just about anything. Here's a look at how they work, how to use them, and even how to get started on making your own.

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Firefox/Chrome/Internet Explorer: Tweetfilter is probably the most powerful filter you can find for your Twitter stream, unless you start decoding Twitter's API yourself. You can block phrases, retweets of certain users, particular web sites and services and nearly anything else.