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== 0.6 ==
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=== 0.6.9 ===
 
May 9th, 2007
[http://www.greasespot.net/2007/05/greasemonkey-069-gmscripts-directory.html]
 
Introduced:
* You can now reorder the scripts in the manage dialog with drag drop or the arrow keys.
* You can now use [[Useful_Tools_for_Script_Writers#FireBug|Firebug]]'s console object to debug Greasemonkey if you have Firebug installed.
* Fix bug where install dialog would pop up when Greasemonkey is disabled.
* Make Greasemonkey enable/disable keyboard accessible.  #9
 
=== 0.6.8 ===
 
March 17th, 2007
[http://www.greasespot.net/2007/03/greasemonkey-068-new-script-ui-now.html]
 
Introduced:
 
* Rewrite of 'New Script...' UI. It now pops up a nice UI to get the script details and then generates and opens a script which is already installed that you can edit in one step. This is a huge improvement in the usability of this feature. Thanks to Anthony Lieuallen for the implementation.
* Improvements to error reporting. Most types of errors in user scripts now give the correct line number in the error message. You can also click on the filename in [[Useful_Tools_for_Script_Writers#FireBug|Firebug]] to view the script, as with other types of errors in Firefox. Anthony is also responsible for this improvement.
* Added support for [[GM_xmlhttpRequest#overrideMimeType|overrideMimeType]] to [[GM_xmlhttpRequest]]. Thanks to Lior Zur for the patch. To use, add overrideMimeType: "yourmimetypehere" to the object you pass to GM_xmlhttpRequest.
* New translations for Finnish, Japanese, and Russian. The Greasemonkey UI looks particularly cool in Japanese. Thanks to Tommi Rautava, Hisateru Tanaka, and Александр Соколов for their contributions.
 
=== 0.6.7 ===
 
February 7th, 2007
[http://www.greasespot.net/2007/02/greasemonkey-067-minor-ui-tweaks-new.html]
 
Introduced:
 
* Fixed the manage dialog so that it doesn't bounce around when you select different user scripts (thanks Anthony Lieuallen)
* Added Basque translation (thanks 3ARRANO)
* Updated German translation (thanks Matthias Bauer)
* Middle-click on monkey icon now opens manage dialog, right-click on scripts in monkey menu opens them in an editor (thanks LouCypher and pile0nades)
 
=== 0.6.6 ===
 
October 16th, 2006
[http://greaseblog.blogspot.com/2006/10/greasemonkey-066-firefox-2-support-and.html]
 
Introduced:
* Spiffy new installation dialog which more closely resembles the extension installation dialog, and presents more details in a user-friendly way.
* Spanish language support.
 
=== 0.6.5 ===
 
July 28th, 2006
[http://greasemonkey.mozdev.org/changes/0.6.5.20060727.html]
 
Multiple versions released in separate places; largely to the Greasemonkey mailing list.
Introduced:
* Compatibility with Firefox 2.0.
* Foreign language support for Czech, Dutch, and German.
 
=== 0.6.4 ===
 
November 30th, 2005
[http://greaseblog.blogspot.com/2005/11/greasemonkey-064_30.html]
[http://greasemonkey.mozdev.org/changes/0.6.4.html]
 
Introduced:
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=== 0.6.2 ===
 
September 12th, 2005
[http://greaseblog.blogspot.com/2005/09/firefox-15-compatible-greasemonkey.html]
 
Introduced:
* Compatibility with Firefox 1.5.
* The [[Greasemonkey_Manual:Monkey_Menu|Monkey Menu]], a context menu for the status bar item added in 0.3 beta.
* Simplified script installation dialogs.
 
=== 0.6.1 ===
September 9th-ish, 2005
 
"The Lost Version"
 
Prerelease showing of:
* [[GM_addStyle|GM_addStyle]] (From release 0.6.1.4... I probably have this archived somewhere LOL)
* The [[Greasemonkey_Manual:Monkey_Menu|Monkey Menu]], a context menu for the status bar item added in 0.3 beta.
* Simplified script installation dialogs.
 
Some sort of mad scramble occurred on this week when Firefox 1.5b1 was released and this version was lost but not forgotten.


== 0.5 ==
== 0.5 ==

Revision as of 13:16, 9 August 2011

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0.5

0.5.3

September 3rd, 2005 [1] [2]

0.5.2

September 1st, 2005 [3]

Released to the Greasemonkey mailing list, fixed bugs in the automatic migration system for the changes between the 0.3 and 0.5 branches.

0.5.1

August 25, 2005 [4] [5]

Introduced:

  • Security fix wherein a user script could elevate itself to chrome privileges.
  • User can select the editor to use for "Edit" in manage, and "New User Script".
  • Unicode support for non-english characters.

0.5 beta

July 30th, 2005 [6] [7]

The first release containing security fixes over 0.3.5 intended for public consumption. "Greasemonkey 0.5 is actually the combination of a massive security audit and all the new code which was planned for 0.4."

Introduced:

0.4

0.4.x

Details needed.

The 0.4 branch was an internal development version, where experimentation for security fixes happened.

0.3

0.3.5

July 19th, 2005 [8] [9]

Security flaw release. Contained no fixes, rather removed all vulnerable features. Intended for (limited) continued use while fixes were being performed.

0.3.4

May 12th, 2005 [10]

Introduced:

  • ".tld" support in @include/@exclude, allowing things like @include http://www.example.tld/ for all international permutations.
  • Log level option for GM_log
  • Minor enhancements and bugfixes.

0.3.3

May 10th, 2005 [11] [12]

Primarily bugfix release.

0.3 beta

April 23rd, 2005 [13] [14]

Introduced:

0.2

0.2.6

March 30th, 2005 [15] [16]

Bugfix release.

0.2.5

March 28th, 2005 [17] [18]

Introduced:

Also, the default user scripts that were bundled with Greasemonkey by default until this point were removed.