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GoogleMonkeyR

Google - Multiple columns of results, Remove "Sponsored Links", Number results, Auto-load more results, Remove web search dialogues, Open external links in a new tab, self updating and all configurable from a simple user dialogue.

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مراجعة: OK - script works, but could use improvement

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Posted: 12-07-2016
Edited: 14-07-2016
GoogleMonkeyR broken again

As of today the script is broken.

Columns are narrow, they don't extend to the browser width.
Any help fixing this?

http://imgur.com/h4S2QZQ

http://i.imgur.com/h4S2QZQ.png

EDIT : False alarm...It suddenly works ok again...Dunno what to say...
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Posted: 13-07-2016
I'm having the same problem, and it is permanent for me, anyone have any fix??
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Posted: 13-07-2016
Same problem here, the columns are narrow, like the photo published by Candyman: http://i.imgur.com/h4S2QZQ.png

Please, for which you know, can you fix this ?
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Posted: 13-07-2016
same problem here,hope someone fix it
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Posted: 13-07-2016
Broken for me too.
I did create a Q&D workaround.
Create a stylish script for my purposes only. It only works if you use one column.


@namespace url(http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml);
@-moz-document domain("google.ca") /* adjust domain for your preference */
{
div.s {width:1000px !important;}
}
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Posted: 13-07-2016
Edited: 13-07-2016
Hello, I just use one column. Please can you explain how to do this (create a stylish script)?. Thank you.
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Posted: 13-07-2016
Edited: 13-07-2016
Hi everyone,
just engineered a solution and signed up to share it with you.
Idea came straight from Fred above!

Went to google and found out that for some reason the container div.col gets assiged a width value of 0.
Entered the editor for the script (in Firefox: addons->user scripts->GMR->options->'edit this script' button below)
Looked for a way to add a css rule, and bingo!

Just go to line 681 ( or find: if(this.numColumns>1) )
Just below there is a line which starts with: style += ("#cnt.singleton
copy this just below it on a new blank line:

style += ("div.col {width: 100% !important;}");

Save and enjoy GMR with any number of cols...

Other features seem to still work well.
I just love this script, it would be bads news to abandon it.
It's such a GREAT piece of code right there!
Kudos and pretty please Kilvoctu, do keep updating GMR if need be!!
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Posted: 14-07-2016
Thanks for that Topogiz. That worked for me
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Posted: 14-07-2016
Since I only use 1 column, I put the line a few lines above that under "var style". But thanks for the fix!
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Posted: 14-07-2016
Edited: 14-07-2016
Yes !!!!!

It also works for me. As Davetee, I put the fix just above, since I also use only one column. And I put 80% instead of 100% because it is visually more comfortable for me.

Topogiz, thank you so so so much :smiley:
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Posted: 14-07-2016
Magic!
Should have thought of it, well done guys!
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Posted: 14-07-2016
Yess it works, thank you soo much Topogiz.
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Posted: 14-07-2016
Edited: 15-07-2016
Prob came back for me as well..

Followed @Topogiz solution and it works...

A great script that we need keep alive..
Searched for a similar one and couldn't find any...
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Posted: 14-07-2016
@Topogiz thanks,working now
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Posted: 14-07-2016
I just put it below the "if" clause. This worked for me ...

if(this.numColumns>1)
{
style += ("#cnt.singleton #center_col, #cnt.singleton #foot, .mw {margin-left:0 !important;}");
}
style += ("div.col {width: 100% !important;}");
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Posted: 14-07-2016
Have you a solution for videos results?

When the autopagerize function is enable , the video preview is black....
Only the first page have normal videos previews.
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Posted: 14-07-2016
Hello, I just use one column. Please can you explain how to do this (create a stylish script)?. Thank you.
FYI Stylish is an addon for Firefox which allows you to write CSS scripts to modify how sites appear. There are many free scripts available already on userstyles.org.

It looks like there is a better solution now.
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Posted: 14-07-2016
Edited: 14-07-2016
Thanks, Fred.

Finally, I used the fix published by @Topogiz . This fix is based on your FYI Stylish script, if I understand.
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Posted: 15-07-2016
Works! Thank you soo much Topogiz and Fred Flintstone. :)
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Posted: 16-07-2016
Hi everyone,
just engineered a solution and signed up to share it with you.
Idea came straight from Fred above!

Went to google and found out that for some reason the container div.col gets assiged a width value of 0.
Entered the editor for the script (in Firefox: addons->user scripts->GMR->options->'edit this script' button below)
Looked for a way to add a css rule, and bingo!

Just go to line 681 ( or find: if(this.numColumns>1) )
Just below there is a line which starts with: style += ("#cnt.singleton
copy this just below it on a new blank line:

style += ("div.col {width: 100% !important;}");

Save and enjoy GMR with any number of cols...

Other features seem to still work well.
I just love this script, it would be bads news to abandon it.
It's such a GREAT piece of code right there!
Kudos and pretty please Kilvoctu, do keep updating GMR if need be!!
Hi,you are an absolute star! Added the line and everything works perfectly.Thanks for your solution.Must also thank Mugs for creating the script and also Kilvoctu for the work done to keep it alive.Must be the best script ever.Google search is nothing without this script.Thanks once again.
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Posted: 16-07-2016
I just put it below the "if" clause. This worked for me ...

if(this.numColumns>1)
{
style += ("#cnt.singleton #center_col, #cnt.singleton #foot, .mw {margin-left:0 !important;}");
}
style += ("div.col {width: 100% !important;}");
This solution is better for me. Thanks so much, Fred Flintstone.
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Posted: 17-07-2016
Edited: 17-07-2016
ADD THE style += ("div.col {width: 100% !important;}"); BEFORE if(this.numColumns>1) ELSE IT WONT WORK FOR JUST 1 COLUMN,
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Posted: 19-07-2016
In case this helps anyone, I've made the changes suggested by Topogiz and Fred Flintstone and put it in a github gist:

https://gist.github.com/mburr/91ee5461abf0a9f577bfd892beef6a79

You should be able to click on the "Raw" button for the .js file and GreaseMonkey will ask if you want to load the script (I've given it a version number of 1.7.3.2).
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Posted: 29-07-2016
In case this helps anyone, I've made the changes suggested by Topogiz and Fred Flintstone and put it in a github gist:

https://gist.github.com/mburr/91ee5461abf0a9f577bfd892beef6a79

You should be able to click on the "Raw" button for the .js file and GreaseMonkey will ask if you want to load the script (I've given it a version number of 1.7.3.2).
Perfect, thank you :smiley:
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Posted: 12-11-2016
Edited: 11-07-2017
(2016) This version seems more updated now :
GoogleMonkeyR - v. 1.7.3.3 by Alhaitha
PS:
If you know a way to have Video Preview in video search, when you use infinite results , it should be great !

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