Control Freak is an extension similar to GreaseMonkey, but with simpler structure. You create either CSS or JS tweaks for one of "current page", "current domain", or "everywhere". So it tends to be easier to manage.

Anyway, I didn't have time to deal with pull requests and it was falling into decline, so recently transferred it to +Dmitry Sorin who's already done a stellar job on it. In particular, scripts are now (optionally) sync'd across Chromes.
A week has passed since +Michael Mahemoff transfered his awesome and simple Control Freak extension to me:

Now it's the time to thank the auhor and all users of the extension. Control Freak 2.0 is ready to download in Chrome Web Store and its code is also available on Github here:

Control Freak 2.0 has a bunch of new features which I was waiting for a long time:

- Your tweaks are now synchronized between your Chromes with Chrome Sync;
- Libraries needed for your scripts are now downloaded and cached in local file system until update happens or they become expired;
- - UI changes, for example when you switch the tab (JS, CSS or Libs) existing script won't be lost. And when you switch the scope (everywhere, origin and page) the tab with existing content will be automatically opened);
- The scripts are now highlighted on list page with Highlight.JS library.
- Russian l10n was added, 'cause i'm Russian ;)

I also made some examples of scripts for Control Freak:
- stop procrastination (creates splash screen on every opened page from midnight till 6 am) -
- timing api example (shows timing data in the bottom right corner of every page) -

Thanks to Michael and Github :)
All Greasemonkey users are also welcome!
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