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I don't want to go to a malware infested website to get it. For instance, is www. The internet archive Wayback Machine still has it. Here is the last recorded snapshot, from July 26, Note that that book was last updated in and is extremely out of date.
The site itself says said this:. This book is badly out of date and will probably never be updated. You can find more up-to-date information on the Greasemonkey wiki. Learn more. Asked 8 years ago. Active 8 years ago. Viewed 1k times. Heidelbergensis Heidelbergensis 2 2 gold badges 4 4 silver badges 18 18 bronze badges.
Dive Into Greasemonkey
Mark Pilgrim has written a book about the "Greasemonkey" extension for Firefox and put the whole thing online in several formats. It would appear to be the definitive reference for anybody wanting to create Greasemonkey scripts. Log in to post comments Dive Into Greasemonkey. Greasemonkey lets me view most pages I care about now in an extreme "printer ready" type view, meaning nothing but the text I care about.
Q: What is Greasemonkey? A: Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension that allows you to write scripts that alter the web pages you visit. You can use it to make a web site more readable or more usable. You can alter pages so they work better with assistive technologies that speak a web page out loud or convert it to Braille. You can even automatically retrieve data from other sites to make two sites more interconnected. From the opening chapter of Dive Into Greasemonkey.