Converts short links from tinurl.com, bit.ly, etc (about 300 domains) into it's long versions!
This scripts searches all links on page and checks which one can be from shortening services (like tinyurl.com, bit.ly, and other 300 domains). After document is loaded one can hover over any such link and it will after a while convert to it's long version. This allows for previewing where we are going to go. Usefull on pages like twitter.com, but works everywhere.
Please read this comment before deciding whether to download. (Zotlan)
This just checks all a elements (links) and removes target attribute, so they will not open in new tab. target=_blank is extensively used on the Web, but it is very annoying. If user (especially advanced one) want to open something in new tab he/she will do so manually (i.e. using middle click of moue), so this script make life easier and removes all automatic opening in new tabs.
Turn plain text URLs into links. Supports http, https, ftp, email addresses
Many pages have URLs in HTML files as normal text, which is quite irritating when you want to navigate useing it. It mostly consist of selecting text, copying it and pasting into address bar. There are tricks to make it faster but it doesn't really solves the problem: original document isn't hyperlinked correctly.
This userscript searches for all plaintext URLs and changes them to proper links using a href.
It also inteligently handles comma, dot, qustion mark and exlamation mark at the end of URL. Or at least it tries hardly.
Tired of shortened URL ? Wan't to see twitter with real hypertext links ?
Serious about your online security ?
This script is for you !
208 services supported.
Working with Opera & GreaseMonkey.
Working with AJAX websites, example : 'more' button on twitter.
This script scans plain text files and pre-formatted text blocks in HTML for text which looks like URLs and transforms them into hyperlinks. The script attempts to be intelligent about where a link begins and ends, omitting ending periods, commas, parentheses and so forth if they appear not to be part of the URL.