This is a greasemonkey script to provide a toggle menu on pages that has showed up in google search results. So, after you search for something with google, when you visit pages contained in the search results, a menu with appear on the page with all the search results. This eliminates the pattern of doing a search, opening a numbers of tabs, then navigating to- and closing all the tabs.

In its current form you need to be running greasemonkey on firefox. If you know how to install these, here is the script.



Once installed, here's how you use this thing.

  1. After performing a google search, for example for mr potatohead
  2. When you visit pages contained in the search results, you'll see a link in the top/left corner
  3. When you click on this link you'll see a list containing all the search results that included this page and you can click one of the other ones to continue visiting the search results


To use you must be running greasemonkey on firefox. So, I'll mention both.

  1. Install firefox.
  2. Install greasemonkey.
  3. Go to the link googlist.user.js a click the Install button in the upper right. If you don't see this button you haven't installed greasemonkey correctly -- in which case return to step #2.



First release.