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GreaseKit-1.7.dmg (131.49 KB)
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For Mac OS X
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Formerly known as CreamMonkey, this SimBL plugin allows you to use scripts from the popular Mozilla extension, GreaseMonkey, in Safari.

Architecture: PPC x86 (Intel:Mac)

For Safari 2-4, 32-bit. For 5 and onwards, use NinjaKit or GlimmerBlocker.


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by Laurier - 2017, October 26 - 7:59am

Tampermonkey for Safari.

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by 3371-Alpha - 2017, October 26 - 12:07am

I've read you can still load most Greasemonkey scripts into GlimmerBlocker, hence why I listed it. They don't have Tampermonkey or Greasemonkey for Safari, do they? Because I was only going to list Safari compatibles, not because I hate Firefox, but because GreaseKit it's self is a safari compatible.

P.S. if you're on Tiger and use this with Safari, this script might be useful for youtube, especially since MacTubes died.

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by Laurier - 2017, October 25 - 6:11am

GlimmerBlocker is an ad-blocker, maybe you mean Tampermonkey or Greasemonkey for Firefox.