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Greasemonkeyskripts and Safari

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Jan 24, 2012, 6:39am

I hope I am in the right group for my question.

I would like to use "LT Copy Book - LibraryThing" by brightcopy. But I am a Safai-user on a Mac. And I would rather have not to install firefox.
At office I do have to use IE on an XP-system without any admin-rights.

Are there any ways to use greasmonkeyscripts?

Jan 24, 2012, 8:47am

There's something called GreaseKit, apparently. Never tried it as I'm not a safari user (or mac - I think it's mac-only). So I can't really speak to any problems you might encounter. There's also NinjaKit, but it sounds more difficult to setup.

If chrome is any more appealing to you, I know it has fairly good gm support using Tampermonkey (rather than the chrome greasemonkey script). And if the script fails with that, I'd be willing to fix it.

Jan 25, 2012, 3:19am

Thank you brightcopy

I will try it.

Jan 25, 2012, 6:49pm

FWIW Safari is also available for Windows.

Firefox is a worthwhile browser to install. It is my primary. Sometimes a site will work in one where it fails in others.


Jan 25, 2012, 8:09pm

#4 by Keeline> FYI, I was trying to say that GreaseKit was mac-only, I believe. Sorry for the Manglish.

Not sure about NinjaKit, though.

I have a love/hate thing going with FF, especially lately. Chrome keeps tempting me, though.

Jan 26, 2012, 3:17am

I have installed greasekit.

But I wasn't able to download any skripts.
Could it be, greaskit is not working with safari 5.1?

Jan 28, 2012, 3:14am

That looks like it - if you google 'greasekit safari 5.1' there are a lot of sites talking about it. It seems that Greasekit won't be updated for Safari 5+ - you might try 'NinjaKit', which seems to be the successor.

Jan 28, 2012, 9:34am

>5 brightcopy: by brightcopy
>7 jjmcgaffey: by jjmcgaffey

Thank you very much.
With NinjaKit it is working :-)))