AutoPagerize - Don't Click "Next Page" Any More
Saturday, April 25, 2009 5:35:13 PM
Imagine when you search something on Google, Yahoo, MSN, you name it. The most annoying thing is that you have to click "Next" again and again and again...
You click, wait for the next page to load, scroll, click, wait to load, scroll, click, wait again, and then "Oh, what was written just two pages ago." Now you go back and back. I don't know how much time we are wasting there.
AutoPagerize is a User Script that was written to optimize the web experience, by cutting this stress. Not just redusing it, but by making it absolutely zero.
The script automatically fetches the "next page" and inserts it into the current page as you scroll. No need for clicking. Simple as that. Because it adds the next page while reading the current page, the waiting time is almost zero! (I'd say completely zero but sometimes there is network delay and so on, huh?)
If you want to go back, simply scroll up. Or do in-page search. No more waiting.
What? "90% of the links clicked on Google search results are on the top 3 result pages?" Just forget it already. It's yesterday's web. Now you can search as much as you want.
Good thing is that the script is not only for the search results. But for columns, blogs, etc. At the moment the coverage is limited to only A FEW THOUSAND websites. But you can contribute to increase it. All you need to do is edit SITEINFO.
So where is the script?
It's AutoPagerize for Firefox/Greasemonkey, and oAutoPagerize for Opera, Google Chrome, Safari/GreaseKit.
The Greasemonkey version is easy to install if you know how to use Greasemonkey. There is even painless AutoPager add-on for Firefox too.
oAutoPagerize can be a little bit complecated to use. That's why I was editing this wiki page. I hope I made everything clear for all of you.
Also if you are using the Firefox version and wondered what SITEINFO is, take a look at the wiki.