The Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) Chrome browser is slowly penetrating the browser market and taking away users from Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari. One of the major reasons why Google Chrome has not taken away a lot of market share from Firefox as of yet is because of it’s lack of script add-ons.
However, GHacks announced that a basic version of Greasemonkey is now supported by a beta build of the Google browser. Those who want to use Greasemonkey on Chrome have to place the scripts in C:scripts and the parameter, -enable-greasemonkey has to be appended into Chrome’s program shortcut. The scripts will only work on domains that are handled by @include metadata.
The creator of Greasemonkey, Aaron Boodman is also a Google employee. To download the Greasemonkey-supported version of Chrome, visit BuildBot.