[Update] In Google Chrome version 27, you need to check the Developer mode in the Extensions setting in order to install any user script directly. It is recommended to use Tampermonkey extension in Google Chrome to install any user script in the future because Google Chrome has place some limitations on how user script can access the resources in the iframe which cause a lot of problems in many user scripts that include MouseHunt Autobot. I have write a blog post on how you can install user script in Google Chrome through Tampermonkey Extension.
This post is intended to help Google Chrome user on how to install or uninstall user script in their browser. Google Chrome version 21 had change the way how we can install user script. Now it only allow user script to be install in the Extensions page and web store but not from any tab opened.
How to install user scrips in Google Chrome
Step 1: Download the user script you want from website such as http://userscripts.org and save it to some place which can access easily like Desktop. (You can download by right-click on the Install button and choose Save link as…
Step 2: Make sure the file you download is in .user.js file format. Else rename it to to something like MouseHuntAutoBot.user.js (You can rename a file by click on the file then click F2 button)
Step 3: Skip this step if you don’t wish to do any editing. Right-click on the file you download and select Edit. Notepad will be open and it will allow you to edit the script / code before use it. (Remember to save before close if you do edit something in the script)
Step 4: Open Google Chrome and click on the control button. Look for Tools then click on Extensions.
Step 5: Drag and drop the user script to Google Chrome (Google Chrome will show drop to install).
Step 6: Confirm install by click on the Add button.
Step 7: Done! Refresh the page you want to apply the script to get immediate effect. You can always check your user scripts here. If you decided to edit the script, repeat the Step 3 to 7.
How to uninstall user scrips in Google Chrome
Step 1: Open Google Chrome and click on the control button. Look for Tools then click on Extensions.
Step 2: Find the user script you want to uninstall and click on the trash button.
Step 3: Confirm remove the script by click on the Remove button.
Hope this post can help anyone who wish to install or uninstall user scripts in their Google Chrome browser.