** NOTE: Information thread on Linx Amender Version 4, which is in development Stage **
Linx Amender is a powerful script that allows you to alter the page content using regular expression and rules. It's settings can be accessed through the GreaseMonkey menu or by pressing F9. The
Online Rules can be access by pressing
Online Rules Button. First time the button is pressed the rules are downloaded, then every seven days it updates the rules.
(Order Changed From 3.0.19) It has 6 different types of rules:
The order of rule execution is the same as the list above, with Attribute Rules/Click rules applied at the same time.
As of date,
Online Rules are provided for the following sites: deviantArt, Pixiv, Youtube, Blogspot, MangaUpdates (Baka-Updates Manga), Batota, Twitter, Voltairenet... and few more.
Version 3.0.19, introduces asynchronous link parsing. This solves a lot of hanging issues that are causes by large web-pages. It also fixes an issue caused with a number of sites that use iframes and ajax, which causes start lag with parsing using the MutationObserver. Problem is solved by using a several delays before turning on the MutationObserver.
There are a few problems with G-Chrome settings being lost, especially with
Online Rules list being truncated. The reason for this is unknown. It maybe due to TamperMonkey or Chrome. My advice is to a better browser like FireFox :D. If desire not to move, just copy the
Online Rules and everytime you want the latest
Online Rules press ctrl+F9 to bring up the settings window while downloading the latest
Hotkey F9 - Brings up settings window Hotkey Alt+F9 - Brings up settings window + ForceUpdate Online Rules URL Default: https://github.com/TimidScript/GreasyMonkey/raw/master/data/LinxAmenderRules.txt Default Online Rules can be set using GM_setValue GM_setValue("OnlineRulesURL", "https://newlocation/LinxAmenderRules.txt"); You can disable the "Online Rules" periodic checking by setting the value to "disabled".
There is a bug with iframe that has to do with GreaseMonkey 2.1 and FF31+. More information found on GitHub issue #1997.