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Greasemonkey with Chrome and Firefox Follow-up


kendellrt

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I am making a new thread as a follow-up to this one that I posted earlier. I have found a great way to sync my Chrome and Firefox profiles. Now I am posing another question. I have searched Google and Mozilla with no actual answer, yes or no. I posted this to the Google Chrome Help Forum, but I think that I'll probably get more help here--I always have!

 

"I am using Firefox and Chrome with Mac OS X 10.6. I really like Chrome, and now use it as my main browser, however, I would like to use as many Greasemonkey scripts as possible. Now that you can natively install them from userscripts.org, I have done that. However I would like to be able to keep Chrome and Firefox synced up. Is there a simple way to export or extract the userscripts from Firefox to install or insert them in Chrome? It is so much easier to find good scripts using Firefox with Greasefire and Greasmonkey than with Chrome."

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apparently nobody knows. and sense you and/or anybody else has not found any information on this, I suspect the answer may well be that, no you cant

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