I know theres a lot of talk about which browser you have to use in order to use this script... A lot of IE users want to know if it's for IE, and etc.
Me personally I'm an Opera user and Opera has built-in support for .js files - it reads almost any greasemonkey script with no problem whatsoever. (any script written using the W3C Document Object Model - http://www.w3.org/DOM/
- which is quickly becoming the standard) However some greasemonkey scripts use Firefox-specific code that make them incompatible with Opera... these CC scripts happen to fit that category.
My point is that it's possible to write greasemonkey scripts in a way that is compatible with both Firefox and Opera, and it would open up the script to a lot more users just to modify them to be more universal. Is this an option at all? Since most of the script is probably already compatible with W3C, it would probably only require some slight tweaking (little more effort than what is required for a bugfix, I would think) to make it Opera-ready.
Is this doable or are certain functions of the CC scripts simply not possible using the W3 standard?