Tweak Google with GoogleMonkeyR

Google Tweaks in Greasemonkey Script

Need to tweak the Google search interface, and make it look the way you want it to look?  Maybe you want a few more columns of results? Maybe you don’t like the related searches? One great tool to use to tweak your Google search interface is GoogleMonkeyR.  This user script written for the Greasemonkey add-on will have you tweaking Google in just a few clicks.

One installed, the GoogleMonkeyR user script can be configured by clicking the link for it next your your email address at the top of any Google search result page. 

Here is a screenshot of the changes you can make with this fantastic Greasemonkey user script:

GoogleMonkeyR Google Tweaking Interface

As you can see, there is a lot to love about this fantastic little script.  You can pick up GoogleMonkeyR from the website. To learn more about Greasemonkey and how to use it with Firefox, I highly recommend my guide on Greasemonkey usage in the Firefox Facts archive.

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2 Responses to Tweak Google with GoogleMonkeyR

  1. Dwight Oct/26 at 8:22 am #

    I don’t like GreaseMonkey scripts. Half the time they don’t work or will mix in with other scripts and make an awful mess out of a web site. When they make this into an add-on I’ll be happy use it.

  2. someguy Oct/26 at 11:04 pm #

    Dwight if it were a plug-in, it be using up resources when you weren’t needing it. Don’t let a few bad scripts ruin it for you. there plenty of awesome scripts in grease monkey that work perfectly. :)