I have received lot of lot of comments regarding MouseHunt Autobot 1.28 no longer work in Facebook MouseHunt app running Google Chome. Actually I’m in a tight schedule developing my own project, but I have received a lot of comments which I no longer can ignore them. So I done some homework on what actually happen.
First of all, the script is still doing great (This surprise me). The MouseHunt game doesn’t change anything that affected the script too (If you run the script through Firefox, they are running smooth). So, the only thing left is the Google Chrome itself. Yes, some how Google Chrome version 27 no longer allow user scripts to run in iframe (MouseHunt in Facebook run in iframe) by default. In order to allow user scripts to run in iframe, an additional manifest need to be included together with the userscript. I find it very troublesome to distribute the user script in two separate files, so I ignored this option.
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This post is intended to help the Google Chrome users on how to install or uninstall user script (or Google they call it Content Script) in their browser. Google Chrome rapid updates and changing had cause a lot of problems on how user can install user scripts and how the user script interact with the browser. To make thing simple, I’m going to introduce you all to Tampermonkey extension in Google Chrome which is very similar to Geasemonkey add-on in Firefox. Trust me, this will make your life easier.
How to install user scrips in Google Chrome
Step 1: Open Tampermonkey extension and install it. Once you have installed the extension, you should see a Tampermonkey icon button at the top right hand side corner near the Menu button in Google Chrome.
Continue reading Install / Uninstall User Script in Google Chrome through Tampermonkey Extension
[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…
Continue reading Install / Uninstall User Script in Google Chrome (Updated)
[Important Update] 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 not any page opened. For the latest tutorial on how to install / uninstall user script in Google Chrome visit here.
I decided to write a simple guide on how to install and uninstall user script on Google Chrome after many users keep on asking the same question. Sorry for not updating my blog for so long, I will try to free as much time as possible to keep my blog alive in this new coming year!
How to install user script on Google Chrome:
Step 1: Download the user script you want from website such as http://userscripts.org
- If you want to download script from userscripts.org, right-click on the Install button and select Save link as…
- Save to some places that easy to remember such as Desktop as you will need it very soon.
Step 2: Find the script you just download. Right-click on it and select Edit.
- Notepad will be open and it will allow user to edit the script before use it.
- Skip Step 2 if you do not wish to edit the script or you do not know how to edit the script.
- Save and close notepad after finish editing.
Step 3: Open your Google Chrome and start a New Tab. Drag the script you download just now and drop to Google Chrome.
Step 4: Confirm the install of the user script by clicking on Continue at the botton of Google Chrome.
Step 5: Click on Install when a pop up ask you whatever you want to install the script or not.
Step 6: Done! The script will be install after you click on install. Refresh the page you want to apply the script to get immediate effect apply.
- You can always check your installed script from Menu > Tools > Extensions.
- If you want to edit the script to suit your personal preference, just repeat the Step 1 until Step 6 again (remember to read Step 2 in detail!).
How to uninstall user script on Google Chrome:
Step 1: Go to Menu > Tools > Extensions.
Step 2: Find the script you want to uninstall and click Uninstall.
Step 3: Confirm by click on Uninstall on the pop up dialog.
Step 4: Done!
Hope this post can help to save some trouble facing by the new users.
by Ooi Keng Siang via Ooiks’s Blog