One of our readers, JoaquÃn Bernal, was nice enough to build and send me a small Chickenfoot script to unhide the Google Groups link I mentioned in the previous blog posting. Chickenfoot is similar to Greasemonkey but with a much simpler syntax. Here is the Chickenfoot script to unhide the link:
click("more link") l = find("Groups link").html remove("Groups link"); click("more link") insert(before("Video link"), l + ' ')
Chickenfoot is a Firefox extension just like Greasemonkey. It can modify websites on the fly when you visit them with Firefox. After installing the Chickenfoot XPI in Firefox, you can insert the script and enable it for the google.com domain.
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