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  1. TUM eAccess Redirector JS - Automatically redirect to the proxified equivalent as provided by the libary of the Technische Universitaet Muenchen via the eAccess-System. TUM credentials required.

    Author
    zsewa
    Daily installs
    0
    Total installs
    218
    Ratings
    1 0 0
    Created
    2016-07-29
    Updated
    2021-04-26
  2. TUM-Moodle Login Automator BETA JS - Automated login for tum.moodle.de. Also performs login process on Shibboleth-LRZ with your TUM (Technnische Universitaet Muenchen) credentials.

    Author
    zsewa
    Daily installs
    0
    Total installs
    90
    Ratings
    0 0 0
    Created
    2017-10-11
    Updated
    2017-10-12
  3. TUM WZW Shuttlebus Assistent JS - Extension for the website of the Faculty of Biosciences at the Technical University of Munich providing the shuttlebus timetable. By adding the URL parameter "load", you can retrieve the current (load=0) and next week's bus schedule (load=1). For more information on how to set up the script, please see https://greasyfork.org/de/scripts/34060.

    Author
    zsewa
    Daily installs
    0
    Total installs
    5
    Ratings
    0 0 0
    Created
    2017-10-12
    Updated
    2017-10-12
  4. TUM Moodle Login JS - Stay logged in on www.moodle.tum.de

    Author
    zsewa
    Daily installs
    0
    Total installs
    40
    Ratings
    0 0 0
    Created
    2020-05-03
    Updated
    2020-05-03
  5. Elevator Music for ArTEMiS JS - Plays elevator music while your build runs on ArTEMiS. Alerts you when the build is complete with an elevator chime.

    Author
    just-max
    Daily installs
    0
    Total installs
    46
    Ratings
    0 0 0
    Created
    2021-12-29
    Updated
    2023-10-06
  6. TUM Live Auto-Dark JS - Automatically switches between light and dark mode on TUM Live.

    Author
    just-max
    Daily installs
    0
    Total installs
    1
    Ratings
    0 0 0
    Created
    2022-05-02
    Updated
    2022-05-02

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