LibraryLookup for Firefox 3.0

Another minor upgrade to my LibraryLookup Greasemonkey script; a couple of tweaks seem to be necessary to get the script to work in Firefox 3. This fix should have it working in either version of the browser.

As usual, you can download the script here. You should delete the old version by hand before installing this one, because I’ve updated the namespace to reflect my own site instead of Jon Udell’s (finally!).

If you don’t understand what this is all about, check my earlier post on the subject. (And if you don’t live in San Francisco it probably won’t be much use to you anyway. Try a Google search for a similar script that works with libraries in your area.)

If you have any questions or problems with the script, post here and I’ll try to address them.

2 thoughts on “LibraryLookup for Firefox 3.0

  1. Check the above website

    Why we should and must avoid MS Office 2007 and other MS lock ins.

    They are like drugs, once you get hooked – you got to pay !!

    I agree that MS Office 2007 is better, but it does not grant users freedom – so its pretty much a worthless asset. Only goal of MS Office is to lockin users.

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