When I recently made the switch from Firefox to Opera, there were a couple of things I had to work out with my new web browser of choice. One of my favorite add-ons for Firefox was Greasemonkey, which allows for the installation of scripts that modify and enhance web pages on-the-fly. There is no version of Greasemonkey for Opera available since custom user scripts are supported out-of-the-box with just a little setup by the user.
In this guide I am going to show you how to enable, install, and use custom user scripts in Opera 11.
Step 1: Open Opera and enter about:opera into the address bar.
Step 3: Navigate to Menu > Settings > Preferences… in Opera.
Step 4: Select the Advanced tab.
What are your favorite user scripts for Opera or any other web browser? Let us know by commenting below!