On Tue, 24 Jan 2006, kevin smith wrote:
> I am trying to adapt the Amazon SPL Linky for a friend who is a patron
> of the Tulsa City-County Library.
huh, well, I just started playing with Greasemonkey myself last week to do
something pretty similar. Some things I noticed right away:
1) the script doesn't have the .user.js suffix on the end. I think
Greasemonkey and probably userscripts.org expect this. I would think they
would have a more meaningful error message for this.
> I am no coder, I just tried to
> modify the variables at the top, but I get an error from
> userscripts.org when I ty to install the script. :
So you uploaded it to userscripts.org? That seems like a painful way to
and open with firefox. There should be a little yellow line on top that
says something like "hello do you want to install this userscript?" (The
exact words vary a bit).
I installed it in a similar manner after changing the script name to be
atcclinky.user.js. It does install. My guess is you'll need to do some
debugging though. Perhaps a friendly soul might help you out there.
Also, do you have the latest version of GreaseMonkey?