Some web sites (e.g. phpBB forums) use a title in the form “Site Name :: Category – Page”. Especially when I have lots of tabs open, I prefer “Page – Category :: Site Name”. The site can usually be identified from its favicon.
This script corrects this. You’ll have to add pages where you want it to run to the include list in the Greasemonkey preferences.
If the page title you want to fix isn’t separated by “::” and “-”, you’ll have to edit the first line without “//” to list the separators as used by this web site.
If you, like me, visit Firefox forums or similar regularly, maybe you also often see people only posting the url of an add-on not saying which one it is. This script queries the AMO API for every link to an add-on it finds and replaces the url in the link text with the add-on’s name.
Because the AMO API can only be used with add-ons no longer in the sandbox, this script only works for these.
After a certain amount of time the user is inactive (default is 10 minutes) this script redirects a tab to the homepage.
This appears to be useful for Kiosk browsing environments – after someone leaves the computer the next person can start at the home page again.
This script refreshes the page after 10 minutes without any activity (mouse clicks, key presses, mouse movemets)
I don’t know what this is useful for, I made this script on request.