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Revision as of 10:26, 1 September 2009

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Description

This API method deletes an existing preference set by GM_setValue.

Values are deleted from the Firefox preferences back end and can be manually viewed by typing about:config in the address bar and searching for the preference name "greasemonkey.scriptvals.namespace/name.foo".

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Syntax

GM_deleteValue( name )

Value: Function
Returns: undefined
Compatibility: Greasemonkey 0.8.1+
Parameters
Properties
name

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Properties


name

Value: String
Usage: name = "PropertyName";
  • Property name to delete.

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Examples

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See Also

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Notes

An issue that some may encounter on some platforms is that the values appear to not be deleted or set. This is usually due to a refreshing issue in the browser. If about:config is refreshed in the window/tab this should resolve any questions about stability of setting and deleting system preferences.

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