Thanks, the script seems to be working fine. I had already modified
the script for my home library the Cass District library, the one for
Tulsa was for a friend who asked about it. I just didn't name the
file correctly. If you see any other problems with the script, I
would be glad to try and improve it.
Thanks for the help,
On 1/24/06, Jeremy Dunck <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On 1/24/06, Jonathan Gorman <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> > I installed it in a similar manner after changing the script name to be
> > atcclinky.user.js. It does install.
> It does indeed have to be named ending .user.js; this is so that we
> don't try to install regular .js files, which would be even more
> confusing. :)
> > My guess is you'll need to do some
> > debugging though. Perhaps a friendly soul might help you out there.
> I'm a greasemonkey contributor, and I'll be glad to help.
> > Also, do you have the latest version of GreaseMonkey?
> (Which is 0.6.4, by the way. And Firefox's latest is 1.5, with
> 18.104.22.168 in beta.)
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