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TAMPERMONKEY Starting the script through the context menu




How to start the script by clicking the right mouse button and selecting the desired script?
I use this parameter:

@ run-at context-menu

and tried to use this feature:

gm_registermenuccommand ("Run", Start);

where start is the name of the function running program.

So how do you still run the program in this way?

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I apologize for my machine-Russian translation.

In any case, @ Run-at Context-Menu and GM_RegisterMenuccommand () are not specifically designed for sharing.
The first posts the context menu item on each page. Second place – menu of the TAMPERMONKEY menu only for selected pages (as defined by the @ MATCH directive , @ include etc.).

Consider this TAMPERMONKEY script (which works only in Chrome browsers):

// == Userscript ==
// @Name Context-Menu Fun (fun context menu)
// @match https://ru.stackoverflow.com/tour.
// @ Run-At Context-Menu
// == / Userscript ==
Console.log ("Start Script");
Function start () {
  Console.log ("Startup function is running.");

Please note that the @match line will be ignored because @ Run-at Context-Menu is used.

If you set this script and visit https://ru.stackoverflow.com/tour , you will see:

1) First, there is no TAMPERMONKEY menu item for this script and no messages in the console:

2) Then run the script from the context menu of the page:

3) Then you will see the TAMPERMONKEY menu item, which you can run:

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