Friday, September 26, 2008

Add-ons and Greasemonkey-like user scripts

I really miss one thing in Chrome - add-ons or plugins. I have few of them (let's name just Adblock Plus, Adblock Plus Element Hiding Helper, Flashblock and Mouse gestures) in my Firefox and it makes this browser a way better product.

You may imagine my joy when I heard that Google will adopt add-ons in Chrome:
Google's new Web browser eventually will support add-ons and user scripts à la Firefox Add-ons and Greasemonkey, Google engineer Ojan Vafai said during a panel discussion on the future of Web browsers at Web 2.0 Expo in New York on Friday.

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