List of all the Greasemonkey scripts for Travian with detailed installation instructions. Improve the Travian interface with free and opensource scripts.
What is grease monkey? Why would I want a greasy monkey?
Ok, the name is a bit odd. But this is a ingenious piece of software. They explain it better than I can at the Greasemonkey Wiki.
Greasemonkey is an addon for the Firefox browser that allows you to run scripts that alter the pages that are displayed to you for certain websites. Every time after the page has been loaded greasemonkey will apply the active script(s) to it. The scripts can be used to remove or add elements to the page because they can change the source code (HTML). This allows you to modify the functionality and design of any website that is displayed in your browser without control over the actual files on the web server.
This seems pretty dangerous behavior but all greasemonkey scripts are open source and its very easy to see on which sites/pages the script operates.
Which browsers can I use?
I recommend using Firefox because it has full greasemonkey support.
If you really want to you can try to run greasemonkey scripts in other browsers. Some browsers don’t fully support greasemonkey so there are multiple similar script languages for other browsers.
You can also try installing Greasemonkey on a browser other than Firefox, (e.g. Internet Explorer or Opera) but I prefer not to do that.
Firefox and Greasemonkey
How to manage my scripts in Firefox?
After the installation of greasemonkey a little icon with a monkeyface appears in the bottomright of the Firefox window.
-Rightclick the monkeyicon in the bottom-right corner of the Firefox window to select which script should be activated or to manage them (how to manage installed greasemonkey scripts). Rightclicking the icon while visiting Travian allows you to select which scripts to use for that site.
-Left click the monkeyicon to toggle Greasemonkey on/off. When Greasemonkey is turned off the face goes grey.
Travian Scripts for Greasemonkey
All greasemonkey scripts for Travian can be found on Userscripts.org, an online database of Greasemonkey scripts.
How to edit Greasemonkeyscripts?
All greasemonkey scripts are opensource so you can read the script before installing it. Greasemonkey scripts can be edited using any simple texteditor (e.g. Notepad).
To select an editor: Right click the little monkey’s head in your status bar:
Now click “Manage User Scripts”
Then select the script you want to edit
Click the “Edit” button
Select your text editor* (first time only)
Edit & save!
*Notepad is located in C:/Windows/Notepad.exe
Important: All filenames should end in “.user.js” (without the quotes)!
How to install scripts?
Click the link, and wait a second, you should see the installation window pop up. If that doesnt work download the script to your desktop. Make sure the filename ends in “.user.js” (without the quotes) and that Greasemonkey is turned on then just drag and drop your script on the Firefox window.
List of Travian Greasemonkey scripts
Hosted Travian Greasemonkey scripts
This is a list of all scripts hosted by seo-info.nl.
– Extra links under villageslist.user.js – Simple script to add extra links under the list of villages. Edit this and choose your own links.
– Travian List Of Attacks – Displays a draggable that can expand to show an overview of the most recent military activity in your alliance. Double click the box to expand/contract it. Very useful for alliance leaders.
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