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Journal Protection in GreaseMonkey

webhat (558203) writes | more than 8 years ago

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I've just written a Journal Protection script for GreaseMonkey. I had to after /. ate another of eno2001's JEs. I tested it with this JE, just to check that it works. And it looks like it does.

I've just written a Journal Protection script for GreaseMonkey. I had to after /. ate another of eno2001's JEs. I tested it with this JE, just to check that it works. And it looks like it does.

An interesting extra is that it stores the last JE you wrote in your browser, sadly you do have to press preview every so often to actually get it to save. I tried with setInterval, but with all the cross site scripting scares my browser just ain't trusting me... ;)

You can download it here. (Usual GM caveat applies.)

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