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Greasemonkey and Google Book downloader script It is another very effective way to download Free Google Books. This method adds a Google Apps Script is a. @name Google Book Downloader. // @namespace fyadocoodenes.tk show/ // @description Download any book from fyadocoodenes.tk You can use the Google Book Downloader greasemonkey script. Go to the script page, and install the script. It will add a Download this Book button on the book.
A study of commonly misspelled words , by Cornell Kimball, analysed Internet Usenet newsgroups to discover the most common misspellings. Using some of that data to construct regular expressions, this script makes text-replacements to correct common errors:. You could extend the idea by adding profanity filters to the list: But do be careful with any words that might also be substrings of other words, such as "ham" is to "gingham". You could even construct links directly to an online dictionary or other reference source.
A site that lacks a search facility can be frustrating to use, but Google allows you to search within individual sites simply by appending site: This script uses that syntax to create a site-specific search box on every page. The scripting is solid, the idea sound, but it has quite a serious problem: This script compensates for that by creating tooltips that are triggered by focus events:.
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The scripting is quite straightforward; it creates a single element and writes in the title text if any exists. The complications lie in the positioning of the tooltip: It works on links, iframes, objects and form elements — those that can receive the focus — and creates tooltips that are styled using CSS2 System Colors.
Most serial browsers screenreaders like JAWS, and text-only browsers like Lynx have a "headings mode" or something like it, where they list and link to all the headings on the page. It provides a greater degree of random access on pages which use proper headings. This script emulates that functionality, creating a small "H" icon at the top-right of the page, from which a menu drops down containing links to every heading:.
The menu is built as a list, each item of which is a link populated with text or other HTML from the original heading.
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If the heading contains an image, it will be reproduced along with the rest, However, as this might not be ideal, an alternative approach could be to extract and use the ALT text, or perhaps remove extraneous markup altogether.
The final example in this section begins with a well-meaning script, but opens a can of worms along the way….
Perhaps, in future, more browsers will implement this behaviour, but until then, we can write a user script to do it for us. This effectively adds domain-specific persistence to sites that use native stylesheet switching:.
But suddenly there are security implications here, as well: Users could be exposing themselves to a whole new angle of exploitation; a recent cnet article has already brought this issue to the fore.
It also asks more general questions around whether site owners might object to having their pages modified in this way.
Dean Edwards raises a similar point with his interesting take on how Greasemonkey broke his site ; a lively debate follows. Anyone can make any page appear any way they want in their own browsers; many browser add-ons, screenreaders and other user-agents will change, rewrite or add to the DOM of the page before any client-side scripting is run. Just like TiVo a digital TV system that can filter out ad-breaks from recordings , this becomes a threat only if lots of "ordinary" people use it.
That could certainly reduce the problem of data stealing, though not without unwanted side-effects what about the impact on legitimate remote syndication? I think the implication is this: One possible solution might arise if an archive of user scripts was made available from a verifying source, as Firefox extensions are. And in fact the ever-active GM development team are looking into ways of doing this, with a userscript.
User scripts might also represent a niche for the creation of developer tools — scripts that you can write and customise for specific projects, or keep as a collection of general tools that are enabled or disabled as required. This script uses a similar technique to the language corrector we looked at earlier, extracting the text from a page by iterating through elements and looking for their child text-nodes.
I was delighted to realise the comedic angle to user scripting … It reminds of a job I had once, where we used to amuse ourselves by writing bookmarklets that made subtle and not-so-subtle changes to the company Website.
Here are a couple of simple scripts that make the Web a more entertaining place! This example is similar to the language corrector script, as it extracts the text from a page, and makes changes to the listed words on a semi-random basis.
This final script is cute and silly. It analyses text to look for words in particular patterns, and changes some of them to "smurf":.
Whether your friends are too annoyingly political, overly emo, or just a little too in love with their cats, Social Fixer's filters can help you filter those posts out. Of course you could always hide those people from your news feed or unfriend them, if you're really fed up , but sometimes you still want to hear from your friends—you just don't want to hear them rant about [insert political figure here] again.
Advertisement To create a new filter, go through the 5 columns and choose the filter's characteristics. Let's start with a very simple example. I'm pretty nervous about hearing Mass Effect 3 spoilers, since I play video games pretty slowly, so I want to hide any posts containing the words "Mass Effect" or "Mass Effect 3"—no matter who they're from or what type of post they are.
All you'd need to do to create this filter is head to the "Other" column, add the words "Mass Effect" without quotes to the text box, and then check "Hide" under the Action column. This will automatically hide any post in which someone mentions Mass Effect.
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If you don't know regular expressions, though, you can always just create multiple filters instead. When you're done, click the "Add New Filter at the Top" buttton above the filter columns to add the filter. Advertisement Now let's try something a bit more complicated.
Say you have one or two friends who get a little too political on Facebook from time to time, and like to rant about presidental candidate Abe Froman. Select those friends from the "Author" column, using the Ctrl key to select multiple people. Then, click the Add New Filter button again to finalize everything. You can do a lot more with filters, like hide specific post types, posts from applications, or apply advanced CSS to highlight certain posts, but we won't go too deeply into that here.But do be careful with any words that might also be substrings of other words, such as "ham" is to "gingham".
It works on links, iframes, objects and form elements — those that can receive the focus — and creates tooltips that are styled using CSS2 System Colors. Google Site-search A site that lacks a search facility can be frustrating to use, but Google allows you to search within individual sites simply by appending site:domain. Recent Topics Posts; Working confirmation: When you're done, click the "Add New Filter at the Top" buttton above the filter columns to add the filter.
Final step was to create visual part and I choose SVG to do that.
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