More scripts to come. For those of you who have never heard of Opera, it takes about 5 minutes to download and install, so try it. It's a free tabbed browser with lots of features (where did we hear that before?).
Hi, I've been using one of your greasymonkey scripts (ADOPTING A STORY) as is on opera 9.0x in the last months, and it works without problem. Very useful too !
Must be an older version of the script. The current version uses the unsafeWindow variable, which Opera doesn't recognize. It is in some cases possible to write the script in such a way that browsers like Opera, which support an earlier version of GreaseMonkey or in any case only a part of the functionality of the current one, can interpret directly. But commonality is not my goal, and Opera has its own sophistications to deal with the same problems, which I'll be exploring next. Very educational if you take an interest in programming.
I did not notice any problem with the filename extension, but to tell the truth I tried it only with Linux and MacOsX versions of Opera. (Could be a problem with extension under windows?)
It does imply that I'm now creating two different scripts for each solution, which increases the maintenance task (although not overly much, once the differences are properly understood). I'm loathe to add more variations for other browsers. My hope is that if a feature is that useful, it will eventually find its way into the original code, and I can simply dump all my scripts.
Since nobody asks, I'll answer myself the obvious question.
Why are not all greasemonkey scripts available in Opera?
For Add/remove cards, if the add button doesn't work well, check if you still have a copy of the previous and slightly different named script, Add upto frame number (the file name is similar to the title); if so, delete that old script, since it interferes with the current one. I think the other file names remained the same, but in case of difficulties, check your script folder to be sure. Installation instructions in the first message of this thread.