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    [Help] Browsing Google Cache

    Several years ago, there were some userscripts allowing to browse the Google cache (ie keeping the user inside Google cache when clicking on a link in Google cache).

    For example:

    Goocle Cache userjs
    available on:
    https://web.archive.org/web/https://....cache.user.js

    Googled Cache Continue Redux
    available on:
    https://github.com/jefferyto/Google-....cache.user.js

    Google Cache Browser
    available on:
    https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/11...-cache-browser

    Stay Cached
    available on:
    https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/13179-staycached


    But nowaday, none of these scripts work.


    Sbi being full of 1337 (0[)325, could one of you look into this for building a working script?

    Maybe with a little luck, this could be achieved by making a few minor changes to one of the previous scripts???
    Last edited by Renk; 21.11.21 at 01:13.
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    https://web.archive.org/web/20110518...ic,4043.0.html

    web.archive not get every thing but at least still work , you had to choose the year and the month .

    edit:
    and the day.
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    Can't check right now, but in all likelihood Google is slightly rewriting the HTML anchor elements (or adding tracking code to them ) preventing the scripts from finding them anymore. The JavaScript error console in your browser may provide a hint.
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