Greasy Fork Feedback
It will be helpful if the landing page of the script also shows @connect and @require of the userscript. @connect is only supported by Tampermonkey. But considering that most people use that, it can help users to know which websites CORS requests are sent.
I think it's a good idea. It will be a little confusing for new users of userscripts to distinguish between "applied to" and "connect to"
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