Tampermonkey Chrome extension blocked
masquerade20 last edited by
@iw0rb just copy everything from \AppData\Roaming\Opera Software\Opera [Stable or Dev or Beta]\Local Extension Settings\dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpbldmpobfkfo to the folder from opera web-site (m-something), it will pick up
Installed beta-version of tampermonkey from chrome extension store, so far so good
derjanb last edited by derjanb
This post shows how to re-enable Tampermonkey. -> https://forums.opera.com/post/162138
Then please export your scripts (with script storage) and install Tampermonkey BETA from the Chrome Web Store. It is not blacklisted (at the moment).
I already contacted the review team via my Opera extension developer account and they are saying, that they have a reasonable suspicion that Tampermonkey is also distributed by some malware. I'll update the Opera version as soon as possible.
Sorry for any inconvenience.
derjanb last edited by
The Tampermonkey Opera update to version 4.8.5890 was unlocked by Opera. So you now can also use the Opera version: https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/tampermonkey-beta/
deejayrumbata last edited by
You can install the Tampermonkey extension from the opera add-ons, but unfortunately you can't get back your installed scripts, which means you'll have to install them all over again. Kinda disappointing not being able to see at least what you've had installed and the only thing you can do is to remove the extension.
System: Mac OS X 10.12.2 64-bit
Opera Version: 57.0.3098.116
Tarkus last edited by
You can install the Tampermonkey extension from the opera add-ons, but unfortunately you can't get back your installed scripts, which means you'll have to install them all over again.
Not true. Tampermonkey has the built-in ability to export to the cloud and then import from the cloud to another version of Tampermonkey. In fact, I just did that, switching from the Chrome version to the Opera version. Very simple to do.
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