Monday, May 21, 2007

Sticky Google Preferences

CustomizeGoogle 0.60 is now available from the CustomizeGoogle homepage.

This release has a new feature called "Sticky Google Preferences". Use this feature
  • if you clear your cookies often
  • if you want to make sure that your children won't find explicit text and images
  • if you want to propagate your preferences to several Google domains
The feature Stream Google search result pages is now also compatible with most (but not all) extensions and userscripts. Instructions for making a extension/userscript compatible with this feature can be found here.

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10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

This. Is. So. Great!
Thanks, CG-team. The Sticky-Pref-feature is brilliant!

9:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Many thanks - I requested this feature a while back - brilliant!!

7:47 PM  
Blogger Andy Slezak said...

the stream search results is amazing - thank you SO much!!!

3:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I need to test further, but it seems that as of around june 25 2007, this extension causes Google search pages to reload continously.

At least for google.dk/* searches

Disabling extension fixed issue.

An update may be needed.

9:52 AM  
Blogger CustomizeGoogle said...

Try to disable Greasemonkey and enable CustomizeGoogle. Did the problem go away? If yes, then you're using a userscript that needs to be modified. Try adding

@exclude http://*google.*/*#disable-userscript
at the top of the userscript. Read more here: http://groups.google.com/group/CustomizeGoogle/browse_thread/thread/ea634225af5efc08

10:32 AM  
Blogger jewisharific said...

I really like the stream search result pages feature. It would be nice if it worked for images to.

Thanks CG Team!

-Josh

9:56 AM  
Blogger Paul Havemann said...

This is a fantastic add-on - I'd say one of the top 10!

May I suggest a feature for the next release? When using the Google search box, open the results page in a new tab, the way Opera does.

2:51 PM  
Blogger Paul Havemann said...

This is a fantastic add-on - I'd say one of the top 10!

May I suggest a feature for the next release? When using the Google search box, open the results page in a new tab, the way Opera does.

2:52 PM  
Blogger Paul Havemann said...

I've discovered (08/03/07)that this extension disables the PicLens extension. Disabling CustomizeGoogle restores PicLens.

Is this another case of dueling javascripts? ;}

3:26 PM  
Anonymous Fernando said...

Thanks for this, absolutely brilliant :)

10:49 AM  

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