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Return Pagination to Google

Makes Google searches break down into separate pages, rather than displaying as one continuous page.

Auteur
Jupiter Liar
Installations quotidiennes
0
Installations (total)
982
Notes
15 1 2
Version
1.5
Créé
10/06/2023
Mis à jour
18/03/2024
Licence
Attribution CC BY
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Google has gotten rid of pagination for Desktop browsers in certain regions, including America. For many, including me, continuous scroll is less convenient, not more. It needs to be put back the way it was. I didn't see any existing scripts to fix the problem, so I made one myself.

This is a quick and dirty fix. The text is super basic, and it only sometimes knows when to stop. It still doesn't know how many pages are left, until it actually gets to the end.

It isn't perfect, but it IS a fix. It makes it possible to go from page to page again, instead of having to load everything in one continuous page. Until someone figures out how Google triggers its built-in navigation table generation, and then makes a script that can trigger it, we have this.