by darkyndy
EmbeVi Script 

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Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional
Spread Firefox
Opera Browser
How To Install Userscripts

Userscripts and Firefox

If you have Firefox, you need to install Greasemonkey. After installation (which requires restarting your browser), you are now ready to install userscripts. [read more]

Userscripts and Opera

If you have Opera check if User JavaScript is enabled, see Help > About Opera or opera:about. If User JavaScript is enabled, the location of the User JavaScript files will be shown as the "User JavaScript files"; listed under "Paths". To enable user JavaScript, use Tools > Preferences > Advanced > Content > JavaScript options, and select the directory where you will put your User JavaScript files. [read more]

Userscripts and Google Chrome

Windows only: The latest version of Google Chrome adds support for user scripts, but if you want to enable them you'll need to follow a couple of quick steps:
Step 1: You'll want to open up your favorite file manager and browse down to the following path for your Windows version:
Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\YourUserName\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\
Windows Vista or Windows 7: C:\Users\YourUserName\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\
Replace C: with the drive windows is installed in and YourUserName with the windows users you installed chrome with.
Step 2: If there isn't a User Scripts folder inside the default folder then create one, this is the folder where User Scripts will be stored.
Step 3: The last step is to modify the Google Chrome application shortcut to include the --enable-user-scripts after the executable path.
With these steps you will be able to run user scripts in Google Chrome. [read more]

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All graphic artwork is credited to Catalin Cimpanu
The EmbeVi script is licensed under the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. Read the complete license here