[Greasemonkey] Using Greasemonkey scripts with non-HTML pages

Bill Donnelly donnelly at snowcrest.net
Mon Aug 29 16:48:41 EDT 2005

Right now Gm does not inject/execute for any image 'docs', plain/text docs,
XML docs, and some others. Mostly just HTML, and JS, and maybe CSS,
although I haven't tried the latter. At some point there is supposed to be
Javascript for XML, so it should work for that then. The browser seems
to look at the document mime type and perform certain event calls based
on the loading of the document for that mime type.

Sometimes bad things happen to good people.
When that happens, those good people should
seek out and find some bad people.
And then do something bad to them.
Just to even things out.
It's only fair, after all.

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