Greasemonkey 0.4 pre-beta

Aaron Boodman posted Greasemonkey 0.4, attempt III today on the Greasemonkey mailing list. It is the first version of Greasemonkey that works in Deer Park alpha 2 and Firefox trunk builds. Earlier messages describe attempt I and new features, attempt 2, and the call for pre-beta testing.

7 Responses to “Greasemonkey 0.4 pre-beta”

  1. Olive Says:

    That’s really good news. Not only it works with DPA2 but it also seems compatible with the Menu Editor extension!

  2. Jeremy Dunck Says:

    Yep. Sadly, still imcompat w/ Compact Menus.

  3. Manoj Mehta Says:

    Please Uninstall or Update Greasemonkey till all Security Vulnerabilities caused by the extension are fixed.

    Read more here: and here:

  4. Jesse Ruderman Says:

    Another prerelease version:

  5. MC Snowy Says:

    Greasemonkey 0.5 beta is out:

    (Autolink seems to be broken by this)

  6. MC Snowy Says:

    sorry – the link is:

  7. Nikolas 'Atrus' Coukouma Says:

    I added support for trunk builds back in May and somewhere on the way to alpha 2 things were broken again. It’s good that it’s fixed again and seems to be holding up in nightly builds, so far. It’s hard to say whether something else will change and break compat.

    re:Compact Menu: I added compat and was pulled because it was causing problems. The Compact Menu extension is pretty abusive because it clones the menus, breaking ID uniqueness and so on. As a result, Anthony Lieuallen has written Tiny Menu to replace it:

    Menu Editor is well behaved and was easy to support. Download Manager Tweak compatability was also fixed a while ago.