December 10th, 2006 by Keith

Creammonkey 0.8 – Add Users Scripting to Safari

Posted in Mac OS, Plugins, Site News, Utilities

For Macintosh users, if you are using Safari, you may like to have this Creamonkey 0.8 plugin to go with it. Creammonkey add Greasemonkey like user scripting to Apple Safari, which is implemented as an InputManager bundle.

However, do note that Creammonkey is not necessarily 100% compatible with Greasemonkey since the JavaScript implementation in Safari is not compatible with Firefox. Therefore, some Greasemonkey specific functions are not available in Creammonkey.

Latest Change Log

  • * Execute script when DOM is ready, don’t wait loading of all images and other resources.
  • * Don’t cache local scripts.
  • * Support Accept-Encoding.

Download Link
Creammonkey 0.8

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