Update on 11 Dec 08: Now that Chrome has made its way out of beta, Greasemonkey is supported by default but still needs a bit of tweaking.
1. Right click your Chrome shortcut to get to properties.
2. In the target line, at the end of the path ( after the “), paste ” -enable-greasemonkey” and save the properties.
3. Copy your scripts into the folder C:\scripts\
This should let you work with your scripts on Chrome.
Original Post :
A tool to run user scripts in Chrome Beta. Does the same what Greasemonkey does with Firefox and Greasekit with Safari.
Instructions to use :
1. Close Chrome and run installer.
2. Place your scripts in C:\Program Files\Greasemetal\userjs\
3. Open Greasemetal. It will start Chrome with your scripts loaded.