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An open source userscript manager. Customize web pages. Automate your work. Data on the cloud. Sync to Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, or a WebDAV service. Vivaldi crash log. GitHub Gist: instantly share code, notes, and snippets. Find out how to install, update or uninstall a standalone version of the Vivaldi browser. Use a standalone version to test or create a portable (USB install) of Vivaldi that you could store on an external disk for sharing between computers.

Violentmonkey provides userscripts support for browsers.


  • Powerful

    • Customize web pages.
    • Automate your work.
  • Data on the cloud

    • Sync to Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive, or a WebDAV service.
    • Sync between different browsers.
  • User-friendly

    • Keep simple, no need to make choices.
    • Communicate with external editors.
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Supported Browsers

Violentmonkey is built with web extension APIs, thus supports many browsers.

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Edge
  • Opera
  • Vivaldi
  • More Chromium based browsers



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# Copyright (c) 2011 The Chromium Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
# Let the wrapped binary know that it has been run through the wrapper.
export CHROME_WRAPPER='`readlink -f '$0'`'
HERE='`dirname '$CHROME_WRAPPER'`'
# Check if the CPU supports SSE2. If not, try to pop up a dialog to explain the
# problem and exit. Otherwise the browser will just crash with a SIGILL.
grep ^flags /proc/cpuinfogrep -qs sse2
if [ $?!= 0 ];then
SSE2_DEPRECATION_MSG='This computer can no longer run Google Chrome because
its hardware is no longer supported.'
if which zenity &> /dev/null;then
zenity --warning --text='$SSE2_DEPRECATION_MSG'
elif which gmessage &> /dev/null;then
elif which xmessage &> /dev/null;then
exit 1
# We include some xdg utilities next to the binary, and we want to prefer them
# over the system versions when we know the system versions are very old. We
# detect whether the system xdg utilities are sufficiently new to be likely to
# work for us by looking for xdg-settings. If we find it, we leave $PATH alone,
# so that the system xdg utilities (including any distro patches) will be used.
if! which xdg-settings &> /dev/null;then
# Old xdg utilities. Prepend $HERE to $PATH to use ours instead.
export PATH='$HERE:$PATH'
# Use system xdg utilities. But first create mimeapps.list if it doesn't
# exist; some systems have bugs in xdg-mime that make it fail without it.
mkdir -p '$xdg_app_dir'
[ -f'$xdg_app_dir/mimeapps.list' ] touch '$xdg_app_dir/mimeapps.list'
# Always use our versions of ffmpeg libs.
# This also makes RPMs find the compatibly-named library symlinks.
if [[ -n'$LD_LIBRARY_PATH' ]];then
export CHROME_VERSION_EXTRA='stable'
# We don't want bug-buddy intercepting our crashes.
# Automagically migrate user data directory.
# TODO(phajdan.jr): Remove along with migration code in the browser for M33.
if [[ -n'' ]];then
if [[ !-d'' ]];then
--enable-logging=stderr --log-level=0
# Make sure that the profile directory specified in the environment, if any,
# overrides the default.
if [[ -n'$CHROME_USER_DATA_DIR' ]];then
# Sanitize std{in,out,err} because they'll be shared with untrusted child
# processes (
exec< /dev/null
exec>>(exec cat)
exec2>>(exec cat >&2)
# Note: exec -a below is a bashism.
exec -a '$0''$HERE/vivaldi-bin''$PROFILE_DIRECTORY_FLAG'
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