Do you have too many friends on facebook that you don’t know? Now you can remove them simply by visiting their profiles. I wrote a Greasemonkey script that will help you do exactly that, and another that helps you add instead of delete.
What is Greasemonkey?
Greasemonkey is a Mozilla Firefox add-on that allows users to install scripts that make on-the-fly changes to HTML web page content on the DOMContentLoaded event, which happens immediately after it is loaded in the browser (also known as augmented browsing). As Greasemonkey scripts are persistent, the changes made to the web pages are executed every time the page is opened, making them effectively permanent for the user running the script.
Where to get Greasemonkey?
Get the two scripts!
Script to auto delete friends:
Script to auto add friends:
Don’t forget to disable the scripts when you are not using them, or else you will accidentally delete your real friends, or add people you don’t know!!!
Paste this in the browser address bar to select all checkboxes on a page:
Paste this in the browser address bar to un-select all checkboxes on a page:
Note that the above scripts won’t work for pages displayed in a frame (iframe or frameset).
21 Dec: Church Christmas outreach dinner
22 Dec: Dinner at relative’s house
23 Dec: Uploaded lots of pictures to Facebook
24 Dec: Visit Tan family, dinner at Eng family’s house
27 Dec: Birthday celebration at Bubble Tea chalet BBQ
29 Dec: Birthday party with relatives
Tried creating a Facebook app using clearspring.com
Today I programmed a new userscript for IE7Pro so that I can have a direct link to download original images from Photobucket.
Sometimes, some webpages are cached in the server and may not be showing the latest version. To ensure that the pages you are at is the latest version, paste this into your title bar:
Try it: http://www.samliew.com/annoying/