HOME/ABOUT  Prayer  SCOTUS  ProLife  BangList  Aliens  StatesRights  ConventionOfStates  WOT  HomosexualAgenda  GlobalWarming  Corruption  Taxes  Congress  Fraud  MediaBias  GovtAbuse  Tyranny  Obama  ObamaCare  Elections  Layoffs  NaturalBornCitizen  FastandFurious  OPSEC  Benghazi  Libya  IRS  Scandals  TalkRadio  TeaParty  FreeperBookClub  HTMLSandbox  FReeperEd  FReepathon  CopyrightList  Copyright/DMCA Notice  Donate

"HEY FREEPERS: Go Monthly and lets END these Freepathons!!!" ~~piytar

Or by mail to: Free Republic, LLC - PO Box 9771 - Fresno, CA 93794
Free Republic 2nd Quarter Fundraising Target: $88,000 Receipts & Pledges to-date: $38,542
43%  
Woo hoo!! And the first 43% is in!! Thank you all very much!!

Keyword: greasemonkey

Brevity: Headers | « Text »
  • Firefox/Chrome Users: Get FR Tree View for Nested Threads on FR!

    04/09/2010 7:15:31 AM PDT · by Dan Nunn · 113 replies · 2,125+ views
    Some of you may know about this gem, but I want to make sure every Firefox and Chrome user knows about the beauty of FR Tree View. I'm not taking credit for it, I don't know which FReeper wrote the software. But it's amazing! It makes following long, nested threads much easier. See a screen shot here: Click to enlarge
  • See youtube videos in the articles with this script.

    11/02/2008 12:50:08 PM PST · by smith288 · 12 replies · 346+ views
    smith288 ^ | 11-2-2008 | smith288
    Youtube embedded in Freerepublic? Not possible, right? Now it's possible! If you install a firefox extension Greasemonkey, you can install my script and it will detect the youtube link a user makes as its article source, and display the youtube video right on the article's body. No need to leave freerepublic! Step One:Greasemonkey Addon for Firefox Step Two:smith288's Youtube embed script I wont provide much support but it's really easy to use. Freepmail me if it all together stops working though.
  • Oil-Stained Mechanics Keep Infantry Moving

    06/04/2006 8:34:29 AM PDT · by SandRat · 9 replies · 448+ views
    HIT, Iraq, June 4, 2006 – The infantry isn't going to move far without help from a bunch of oil-stained soldiers. Just 11 soldiers are responsible for keeping the vehicles of Task Force 1-36 here running. Army Pfc. Guillermo Armendariz and Pfc. James Vail work to change an engine in a Bradley fighting vehicle in Hit, Iraq, June 3. Photo by Jim Garamone  (Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. In this environment, it's a particularly tough job. Sand and dust clog intakes and contaminate oil. The infantrymen are driving the vehicles as much in a month as they used...