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<h5 class="infoHeader">Current Release</h5>
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for Firefox 1.5 and 2.0<br>
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<p>Greasemonkey is a Firefox extension which lets you to add bits of DHTML 
("user scripts") to any web page to change its behavior. In much the same way 
that <a href="">user CSS</a> 
lets you take control of a web page's style, user scripts let you easily control 
any aspect of a web page's design or interaction.</p>

<p>For example, you could:</p>

  <li><a href="">Make 
sure that all URLs displayed in the browser are clickable links</a></li>
href="">Improve the 
usability of a site you frequent</a></li>
around common and annoying website bugs</a></li>
  <li><a href="">Use 
the <a href="">Coral content network</a> 

<p>Getting started:</p>
<li><h4><a href="">Get Firefox</a> (if you don't already 
have it).</h4></li>
key-">Install Greasemonkey</a>.</h4>
<li><h4><a href="">Learn how to use Greasemonkey</a>.</h4></li>
<li><h4><a href="">Find useful scripts</a>.</h4></li>

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<p>Greasemonkey was heavily inspired by Adrian Holovaty's <a 
href="">site-specific extension 
for All Music Guide</a> and the conversation which ensued after he published it. 
There were tons of sites I wanted to create SSE's for, but fully-fledged firefox 
extensions proved too cumbersome. I wanted it to be as easy to create an SSE as 
it is to write DHTML.</p>

<p>The current maintainers are <a href="">Aaron Boodman</a> 
and <a href="">Jeremy Dunck</a> with the invaluable 
help of an <a href="">awesome</a> <a 
href="">community</a> of user 
script enthusiasts.</p>

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