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Install Tampermonkey


Additionally, Tampermonkey makes it easy to find and install userscripts created by other users. This means that you can quickly and easily access a vast library of customizations and enhancements for your favorite web pages, without having to spend hours writing your own code.




Install Tampermonkey



The Tampermonkey's popup is useful for quickly and easily managing installed userscripts. In some browsers you have to manually pin the icon to see it all the time.It allows users to enable or disable scripts, view the status of scripts, and start update checks without leaving the current page.This makes it easy for users to control the behavior of their installed userscripts and customize their browsing experience.Furthermore the number of running scripts is displayed as small number right at the extension icon near the address bar. ( video tutorial)


Tampermonkey's dashboard shows a clear overview of the scripts that are installed.You can see when they were updated the last time, if they do have a homepage, you can sort them and many more... ( video tutorial)


Automatic updates can help to keep you userscripts secure by automatically installing the latest security patches and updates. It can also help to maintain compatibility by automatically installing the latest updates for web page changes. You will also automatically benefit from latest features and enhancements added.You can setup how often the scripts will be checked for updates.


Finally the options page allows to configure Tampermonkey and manage your userscripts. The first tab shows all installed scripts. Click at the script name to edit and setup your scripts. ( video tutorial)


Once you have entered your userscript code, click on the "Save" button to save it. Your userscript will now appear in the list of installed scripts in the Tampermonkey dashboard. ( video tutorial)


This will open the Chrome extensions page (chrome://settings/), which shows a list of all the extensions that are installed in your browser. Find Tampermonkey and click on the "Details" link to the right of its name.


A300 ...like any other chrome extension that has https and http access!This includes extensions like AdBlock, ScriptSafe, Avast Online Security and due to the fact that it is not displayed explicitly when they are downloaded, any userscript that is installed as native Chrome extension.


But you're right, userscripts and extensions can harm your privacy and your computer.Nevertheless I think more evil is that Chrome does not display at what pages a userscript wants to run on when install it is installed as native extension.From this point of view Tampermonkey even can bring you some security back, at least if you believe me, that I'm not interested in any of your data.If not, you can open the console (Ctrl-Shift-J) and choose the network tab to investigate what network communication is done. :)


A301 No, Tampermonkey is not infected. Chrome shows this message because the options page tries to load a favicon from a page that Google suspects to be evil.So this just means that you have script installed that has such an malicious page in its @includes and Tampermonkey loads the favicons from there to give you an overview where your scripts will run.


Especially the first one looks a little bit strange.In fact it's not possible for Tampermonkey to get access to your browser history when it is installed.In theory Tampermonkey could access the history of all currently open tabs and store "new" history once installed, but this is neither needed nor done.However, because of this fact the Chrome team maybe thought that printing a too broad warning is better than a too flat one. There also is a bug report for this.


A305 Chrome has a "feature" that allows third-party software (that has nothing to do with Tampermonkey) to install extensions in the Chrome browser.There are legitimate use cases such as a desktop software that needs an extension to be installed, but malware can also make use of this.


There is also an option to configure the available sandbox modes which can be used by userscripts. Attention: any option that enables "DOM" mode is potentially unsecure. Userscripts that run in extension context have almost full extension permissions and can even modify and install new userscripts.


Tampermonkey will give you much convenience in managing your userscripts. It provides features like easy script installation, automatic update checks, a simple overview what scripts are running at a tab and a built-in editor.You can also import and export your scripts and settings via some popular cloud storage services (Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive, WebDAV).


User scripts put you in control of your browsing experience. Once installed, they automatically make the sites you visit better by adding features, making them easier to use, or taking out the annoying bits. The user scripts on Greasy Fork were written by other users and posted to share with the world. They're free to install and easy to use.


Go to the site the user script affects. It should automatically do its thing. After trying out the user script for a while, go back to where you installed the user script and leave some feedback for the user script's author.


When my colleagues are changing the computer, chrome will install the tampermonkey add-on but not the scripts. That's why they will have to install them after every change of their place (it's happening often, because were using "hot desking" in our company).


Do you have any suggestions how I can simplify the installation process of the scripts? The links above are only a part of it. The total amount is about 10-15 scripts and clicking everyone one by one is very annoying :/


There are two methods for installing UserScripts in Chrome. The first is to install the TamperMonkey extension, which makes installation simple and easy. The second is to follow these instructions below:


Chrome will warn you that you can't install the script. Because Google has disabled the direct installation of extensions that are not downloaded from their Web Store, you'll have to perform a few extra steps before you can use the script.


With Firefox and Chrome both incapable, the best answer is to install yet another Browser. I chose Kiwi. From the main menu, choose the Extensions page. Touch the "+(from store)" button - it will take you to chrome.google.com. Searching on Tampermonkey offers "Tampermonkey" "Tampermonkey Beta" and "Clipcopy for Tampermonkey". Choose "Tampermonkey" but do not use the Android "Get it" link - it goes to the Play Store and offers an App, not an extension. Click the link to the Tampermonkey.net site which contains a link to "Install in Chrome". Select it and it will install in Kiwi.


Opera blacklisted the version of Tampermonkey that is currently offered on the Chrome Web Store as it is being installed by Windows malware. This prevents the extension from working in the Opera browser.


Opera users who installed Tampermonkey 4.7.54 from the Chrome Web Store found out today that the browser has blacklisted the extension. When they open the browser's extensions list, they are greeted with a red message stating that the extension was blocked because Opera "identified this extension as malicious and have blacklisted it. This means it can no longer cause any damage to your machine. You can leave it as is, or remove it."


When Tampermonkey developer Jan Biniok heard about the issue and contacted Opera, he was told that the browser company has detected malware installing the version of Tampermonkey found on the Chrome Web Store with extension ID dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpbldmpobfkfo, using alternative distribution options. What this means is that the extension was being installed manually via the Registry or a JSON file.


When we saw this story first reported by TechDows, BleepingComputer began researching malware samples and was able to discover a sample of an adware called Gom Player that is installing the Chrome Web Store version of Tampermonkey. Gom Player is known for modifying browser behavior, injecting ads, and changing search behavior in browsers.


It is not uncommon for malware, especially adware bundles, to manually install malicious extensions in this way. We have also seen legitimate "helper" extensions installed by adware bundles in the past.


Browser needs Tampermonkey to support the script.If you have it installed, there should be an icon in the top-right corner of the browser's window.If it is not already installed, follow the instruction below. If it is, skip this step.


Chrome needs Tampermonkey to support the script.If you have it installed, there should be an icon in the top-right corner of the browser's window.If it is not already installed, follow the instruction below. If it is, skip this step.


Firefox needs Tampermonkey to support the script.if you have it already installed, there should be an icon in the top-right corner of the browser's window.If it is not already installed, follow the instruction below. If it is, skip this step.


Opera needs the Violent monkey or Tampermonkey extension to support the script.If you have installed one of them, in the top-right corner there should be an icon or If you haven't got any of them, follow the instruction below, in the other case - skip this step.


  • Edge needs Tampermonkey to support the script.If you have it installed, there should be an icon in the top-right corner of the browser's window.If it is not already installed, follow the instruction below. If it is, skip this step.Installing Tampermonkeyclick this link: Tampermonkey, so as to visit Microsoft Store

  • click [+ Free] and then [Add]

  • if you don't see the icon of Tampermonkey in a top-right corner, restart Edge

  • Installing Grepolis Report Converter Revolution Toolsclick this link: GRCRTools, so as to install the script in Tampermonkey, then press [Install]visit Grepolis website and refresh it.

  • to be sure, that the script has been installed correctly, next to the icon of Tampermonkey you should see a digit "1" on a red background - it means that the script worksif everything is ok and the script works, in a bottom-left corner you should see an octopus

  • How to turn on/offTo turn off:press the Tampermonkey icon and find the script on a list you see, then press the green circle, which will change into red (the script is now off).

  • after refreshing the Grepolis website, there will still be a digit next to the Tampermonkey icon but there will be no octopus.

  • To turn on:press the Tampermonkey icon and find the script on a list you see, then press the red circle, which will change into green (the script is now on).

  • after refreshing the Grepolis website, there will be a digit next to the Tampermonkey icon and the octopus as well.

  • How to uninstallpress the Tampermonkey icon and click [Dashboard].

  • find the script on the list you see and click the bin icon in "Actions" column, on the right side.

  • when you confirm uninstalling the script, it will be permanently removed from Tampermonkey.

  • after refreshing the Grepolis website, there won't be the digit nor the octopus.

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