+lordelph Posted April 24, 2005 Share Posted April 24, 2005 (edited) Firstly, this post may only appeal to small minority who satisfy the following criteria: 1) you use Firefox as your main browser 2) you've always wished that instead of just saying "British Grid: TL 11855 26471" on the cache information page, it actually linked to an OS Map. Still reading? Well, there's a groovy thing for Firefox called Greasemonkey which lets you modify webpages before they are displayed to you, so you (or someone infinitely sadder, like me) can add in all the functionality you wish was there. So first, you go and install Greasemonkey from here http://greasemonkey.mozdev.org/ Then you restart Firefox, and go here http://files.dixo.net/GeocachingOSMap.user.js - page may look like gobbledegook, but stay with me: click Tools -> Install User Script in Firefox and you're done. From now on, the grid reference on cache information pages will be clickable. How nice is that? I'm sure there's all sorts of other useful things that could be done, but this is just something I've wished for - feel free to suggest upgrades! (Edit - here is a screenshot which illustrates the above:) Edited April 24, 2005 by lordelph Quote Link to comment
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