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User scripts for [[Greasemonkey]] and Greasemonkey-compatible alternatives are written in [http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/JavaScript JavaScript], but there is at least one example of using another scripting language, namely Ruby in [http://github.com/why/mousehole/tree/master/ MouseHole].
User scripts for [[Greasemonkey]] and Greasemonkey-compatible alternatives are written in [http://developer.mozilla.org/en/docs/JavaScript JavaScript], but there is at least one example of using another scripting language, namely Ruby in [http://github.com/why/mousehole/tree/master/ MouseHole].


For tools other than Greasemonkey that apply user scripts to web sites, see [[Cross-browser_userscripting|Cross-browser Userscripting]] and [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greasemonkey#Compatibility Wikipedia].
For tools other than Greasemonkey that apply user scripts to web sites, see [[Cross-browser_userscripting|Cross-browser Userscripting]] and {{Wiki|Compatibility Wikipedia}}.
 
== See Also ==
*{{Wiki|Augmented browsing}}

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User scripts, or userscripts, are scripts that make on-the-fly changes to specific web pages on the client side (in the browser or a proxy server), typically to change their appearance or to add or modify functionality.

User scripts for Greasemonkey and Greasemonkey-compatible alternatives are written in JavaScript, but there is at least one example of using another scripting language, namely Ruby in MouseHole.

For tools other than Greasemonkey that apply user scripts to web sites, see Cross-browser Userscripting and Template:Wiki.

See Also