Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Fix for Spanish localization bug

Version is available and fixes the bug that you may have noticed if you speak Spanish.

Download it now, or wait for autoupdate to prompt you.

Monday, October 16, 2006

Greasemonkey 0.6.6 - Firefox 2 support and new install UI

Download here, or wait for Firefox 2's cool new extension autoupdater to prompt you.

The main changes from 0.6.5 are:
  • Firefox 2.0 support
  • New, less crappy script installation UI
  • Spanish localization
The new script installation UI is a bit of a change. When I first wrote Greasemonkey, it was intended to be for JavaScript hackers only. I didn't envision there even being a UI at first -- just some configuration files. But now that lots of non-programmers use Greasemonkey, displaying the source code when you click on a user script doesn't make much sense.

When you click on a user script now, it pops up an installation dialog that shows the title, description, and pages the script will be included on. If you want to see the source code, you can still do that by clicking "View Script Source" in the install dialog or in the user script's context menu.

Thursday, July 27, 2006

Greasemonkey 0.6.5 - 2.0 support and localization

I'm happy to announce Greasemonkey 0.6.5, which includes support for Firefox 2.0 beta 1 and basic localization in Czech, Dutch, and German. I've also fixed up the problems in the CVS main branch for people where were trying to use source directly.

Thanks to Chris Feldmann for internalization code, esquifit for a 2.0 compatibility patch, and all those who helped test.