[Greasemonkey] A question from the ignorant
data64 at gmail.com
Sun Aug 21 00:09:15 EDT 2005
Andrew Bell wrote:
> > If the "bandwidth saving" means blocking inline HTML, not external files
> > linked in to the web page, then there is no way to dothat without
> > the exact byte ranges that have to be downloaded.
> The particular page I want to apply greasemonkey-style clean-up to is an
> online game, where each move is a new page, with a random new ad. The
> ad itself isn't the issue, it's the poor general layout of the page.
> Even on decent-sized screens, it can require scrolling to see important
> info. I have modification code that improves things, but the page
> initially displays without the mods, and I can at times accidentally
> click on the wrong control as a result.
I think you need to use a Proxy based tool for this rather than
greasemonkey. Take a look at Privoxy or Proximodo and if you are on
Windows then Proximotron. These will let you change the html/js on the
page before it reaches the browser.
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