Thursday, January 17, 2013

Greasemonkey 1.7 Release

The entire list of bugs handled in this release is also available via the 1.7 milestone on GitHub. Note that as always it takes some time for Mozilla to review the new version, but it's available on the all versions page immediately.

If you are using it and notice problems, it's best to log an issue or let us know at greasemonkey-dev (and be clear that it's with this version).

Bug fixes:
  • A change to the Magic TLD feature in Greasemonkey 1.6 had adverse performance impact, when enough installed scripts make use of this feature. (#1689)
  • Two translations were missing from the cs locale. (#1687)

9 comments:

Raveld said...

why greasemonkey script that is activated only checked it?
for scripts that are not activated, past the check update greasemonkey ..

Gallo said...

Greasmonkey 1.6 weren't working since today (17/01), so I tried installing this new version 1.7, but it still doesn't work for me, none of the scripts that were working normally before today are working right now, I didn't install anything new in my FireFox nor in my PC, so what is happening?

arantius said...

"Not working" is never enough information. If it was not working enough for me to notice, I'd fix it. You need to give me enough information to know _what_ is not working.

http://wiki.greasespot.net/Troubleshooting_%28Users%29

Gallo said...

Sorry, I feel kinda dumb... Greasemonkey were actually disabled so I checked the icon in the compliments bar and I were able to turn it on again... Thank you for the link since I were able to enable GM again with the information provided there. :)

I still dunno what could have happened, since I didn't turn it off, I didn't even have the compliments bar visible (so I had to press CTRL+Shift to see the monkey icon), but anyway, thanks again! :) GM is now working properly again! :D

billybliss said...

I installed Greasemonkey v. 1.7 and am receiving a "no installed scripts run on this page" message on every page. In other words, no installed scripts are being activated. Yes, Greasemonkey is enabled. I'm running Firefox 18.0 in Windows 7 x64. BTW, version 1.6 worked fine for me.

arantius said...

Confirmed. Look for version 1.7 to be pulled, and another really soon.

arantius said...

Sigh. Sorry.

My first test after reading the above comment was flawed. Sat down to fix it and realized my mistake. Version 1.7 is definitely working for me.

@billybliss: Can you please open an issue ( https://github.com/greasemonkey/greasemonkey/issues/new ) and describe that problem, including links for at least one of the installed scripts that is not running?

RNiK said...

I can confirm that with Greasemonkey 1.7 none of my scripts seems to be active anymore! :(

Add-ons panel ==> http://postimage.org/image/trxb0tbqf/
Google Reader ==> http://postimage.org/image/nrvg1831v/
Google Search ==> http://postimage.org/image/sbp53a8z1/

As you can see in the 1st image, there are various scripts for both Google Reader and Google Search. But, as the others images show, the scripts do nothing.

arantius said...

Please comment at https://github.com/greasemonkey/greasemonkey/issues/1692 if you're having trouble getting scripts to run.