Greasmonkey for Internet Explorer – GreasmonkIE

Todd @ just released Greasemonkey for Internet Explorer:

Lately, I’ve been working on a side project to bring the Greasemonkey concept of user scripts to Internet Explorer. Thus, GreasemonkIE. It’s still in a very early state, and I haven’t had a chance to get in all of the functionality that I’d like. However, I feel that it’s far enough along that I can put out there for others to use. You can download it here. It’s packaged as a Windows Installer. You’ll need to restart IE after it’s installed (you may need to close IE before installation). There’s no gui interaction so once the progress dialog goes away, it’s done.

Let’s not forget, IE has a huge marketshare… (well, it’s slowly being hacked away by Firefox, but it’s still pretty darn big)

(via Ajaxian Blog)

3 Responses to Greasmonkey for Internet Explorer – GreasmonkIE
  1. Quick Tutes
    September 10, 2008 | 10:34 am

    Grease Monkey has gained lot of ground as far as mobility is concerned and bringing user scripts to IE is a welcome change.

  2. Laurent
    February 23, 2008 | 6:09 pm

    Adding to the list there is Trixie a pretty nice replica of GreaseMonkey for IE

    An other on is Turnabout

    And to finish is gm4ie. However gm4ie use a different file extension who make writing the same script for both browser a bit of a pain.

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