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27 Ago/10

Show the Day’s Date in Google Calendar’s Favicon with a User Script [Userscripts]

Show the Day’s Date in Google Calendar’s Favicon with a User Script [Userscripts]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Google Calendar recently updated their favicon to a calendar page with a number on it, though the number doesn’t change. With a simple User Script, though, you can make it display the current date. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere – Original Link: Show the Day’s Date in Google Calendar’s...

13 Mar/10

Add Shortcuts To Google Search To Search Faster

Add Shortcuts To Google Search To Search Faster

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Most Internet users use the Google search engine when they need to search for something online. The results are usually pretty good but there are occasions where the results need to be refined to find the information the web user is looking for. Once on the search results page the only way of doing that is to click in the search form and start adding to the search phrase or to erase the previous search phrase and enter a new one. That’s...

11 Mar/10

Gmail Netbook Mode

Gmail Netbook Mode

Netbooks usually run at limited screen resolutions which often fail to display websites and services properly. And those that are displayed properly still need to be scrolled so that all of the content of the website can be accessed on the netbook. Netbook users who access Gmail on the web face the same problem. Many of the elements on the Gmail website take up valuable space that should be reserved for more important elements like the emails and messages that the Gmail users wants to...




21 Ott/09

The Power User’s Guide to Google Chrome, 2009 Edition [Google Chrome]

The Power User’s Guide to Google Chrome, 2009 Edition [Google Chrome]

Google Chrome has come a long way in the past year, steadily adding subtle but useful features for power users. Let’s take a fresh look at Chrome’s current offerings—especially for those willing to brave its early developer builds. Not long after Chrome’s release, our 2008 Chrome Power User’s Guide covered its best features for savvy surfers, such as keyboard shortcuts and startup switches. We won’t rehash those here; instead we’re going to round...

18 Ott/09

Automatically Open PDFs and PowerPoint Presentations with Google’s Doc Viewer [Downloads]

Automatically Open PDFs and PowerPoint Presentations with Google’s Doc Viewer [Downloads]

Most web browsers: Google’s Doc Viewer allows you to view any PDF, PPT, and TIFF directly in your browser without downloading the file and launching another heavy desktop application, and this user script streamlines that process. After installing the script (which works with Greasemonkey for Firefox and should in theory work with the dev build of Chrome, Opera, Safari with GreaseKit, and IE with IE7Pro), it will convert any link pointing directly to a download of PDF, PPT, and TIFF...

2 Set/09

Lifehacker Print Prettier Formats Articles for Better Printing [Downloads]

Lifehacker Print Prettier Formats Articles for Better Printing [Downloads]

Firefox with Greasemonkey/Stylish: If you print out articles here on Lifehacker, you’ve probably noticed that certain screen items print that just take up space or—even worse—block parts of the article. The Lifehacker Print Prettier user style can fix that. Before you go any further, you’ll need to have installed either the Greasemonkey or Stylish Firefox extensions. Then head to the Lifehacker Print Prettier page to install said script. Userstyles lists options...

2 Set/09

Lifehacker Print Prettier Formats Articles for Better Printing [Downloads]

Lifehacker Print Prettier Formats Articles for Better Printing [Downloads]

Firefox with Greasemonkey/Stylish: If you print out articles here on Lifehacker, you’ve probably noticed that certain screen items print that just take up space or—even worse—block parts of the article. The Lifehacker Print Prettier user style can fix that. Before you go any further, you’ll need to have installed either the Greasemonkey or Stylish Firefox extensions. Then head to the Lifehacker Print Prettier page to install said script. Userstyles lists options...

24 Ago/09

Import Facebook Phone Numbers into Your Google Contacts

Import Facebook Phone Numbers into Your Google Contacts

Android users with Facebook friends who list their phone number in their profiles will love this: Brad Fitzpatrick offers a Greasemonkey script that exports those phone numbers to AddressBookr and offers to add/merge them into your Google Contacts. Even though this was posted last November, I just gave it a test run and it worked like a charm. Thanks, Nick! Continua a leggere – Original Link: Import Facebook Phone Numbers into Your Google Contacts Technorati Tags: better-webapps,...

21 Ago/09

Facebook facile? 4 plugin ci vengono in aiuto

Facebook facile? 4 plugin ci vengono in aiuto

L’articolo del giorno è dedicato a Facebook. Considerando poi che sul nostro blog, tramite la funzione fbconnect, è possibile autenticarsi direttamente con il proprio utente facebook, credo di fare cosa gradita a tutti indicando 4 plugin per aiutare l’esperienza quotidiana di navigazione sul più famoso social network. A dir la verità i plugin non li ho trovati […] Post correlati: FaceBook Lite in arrivo … attacco a Twitter? fretlight… una chitarra...

18 Ago/09

Better Gmail 2 Now Summarizes Unread Messages by Sender

Better Gmail 2 Now Summarizes Unread Messages by Sender

The latest version of the Better Gmail 2 Firefox add-on boasts a useful new feature: a summary panel of unread email grouped by sender, as shown above. In version 0.9 of the add-on, check off the “Summarize Unread Messages by Sender” checkbox (on the General tab) to see a listing like this one above your inbox, or any label or search result listing. Click on any name with the number of messages next to it to filter down to just those messages. This new user script is courtesy...