With this Greasemonkey script, you can open any links of PDF files on Google Docs, instead of the notorious Adobe reader.
You don't have to wait file loading anymore. It is true that Adobe improved the reader again and again and it became much faster than even a year ago, but it can't be denied that at the moment of opening a file our browser freezes for a few seconds.
With Google Docs, however, you can switch to another tab and continue to surf the web during the file you opened in a background tab being loaded. It's the biggest advantage of web-based applications. Adobe will never able to offer such a function in the future.
Plus, you can use mouse gestures also. You can close the tab or switch to another tab with a gesture, which are not enabled on Adobe reader in tab. For those who use the FireGestures addon etc. will enjoy the script further.
Here is the script author's website: http://d.hatena.ne.jp/Koonies/20091011/pdf_with_Google_docs
Here is a light-weight Greasemonkey script which enables you to make Google search more simple and enjoyable.
You may think the area of search results became narrower than original, but actually it is NOT if your monitor is wide enough. So it will just make Google better in exchange for nothing.
After installing, search "baseball" on Google as a trial:
You might get a faster access to websites with this Greasemonkey script.
When you click one of links of Google search results, it apparently seems that you access the website directly. However that is not the case. In fact, you firstly access to a Google page and then it redirects you to the original website.
Of course Google is always fast, so I guess you might rarely feel irritated. But even so, sometimes you get kept waiting when you click a link and sometimes that is caused by Google's redirection, while the original website is not heavy at all.
So if you don't want such a redirection and want a slightly faster access, this script will help you.
This script will remove "onmousedown" attributions. It supports AutoPagerize.
You can get a narrower Remember the Milk sidebar using Stylish.
There are two styles. If you use RTM on the sidebar of your Firefox, they will help you widening your contents view.
Make letters smaller.
Get it here： RTM - Sidebar Mini | userstyles.org
Arrange the order of contents.
Get it here: RTM - Sidebar More Spacious | userstyles.org
You may need to refresh page after installation for the first time.
#1 and #2 Combined
They are also applied to the iGoogle gadget
How to use RTM on the sidebar
Drag and Drop this link to your Bookmarks toolbar:
Then right click > properties > check a box.
How to put the sidebar on the right of your Firefox (without addons)