Tutorial :Chrome Userscripts


I'm having a problem with a Userscript in chrome. I have been using a version of this extension in Greasemonkey for a long time now, but I can't figure out how to parse through a NodeList in Chrome. Here is the code as it is in Greasemonkey (please note that the code on the site is really bad, so that accounts for a lot of my code:

for each (table in response) {          pre = table.getElementsByTagName('pre');          for each (tag in pre) {              if (findNotes.test(tag.textContent)) {                  time = tag.parentNode.parentNode.parentNode.childNodes[0].childNodes[3].childNodes[3].textContent;                  emailexp = new RegExp("*Excluded for anonymity*","g");                  email = emailexp.exec(tag.textContent);                  oldstr = "Note From: " + email;                  newstr = '<p style="font-weight:bold">Note From: ' + email + "\t" + time + "</p>"                  noteStr += tag.textContent.replace(oldstr, newstr);                  noteStr += "\n";                  var nodeToDelete = tag.parentNode.parentNode.parentNode.parentNode;                  nodeToDelete.removeChild(nodeToDelete.childNodes[1]);              }          }      }  

The problem I am having is that Chrome does not honor the 'for each' functionality. So, I was able to modify the first line into:

response.forEach(function(table, index, array) {  

But the nested for each is the part I can't get to work. The 'pre' variable is a NodeList, which I can not use the object.forEach method on.

Does anybody have any suggestions on how I can make this work? Please note that there are no ID tags on anything I am working on, that would make my job to easy (headdesk).


Instead of:

for each (tag in pre) {  


for (var i=pre.length, tag; i >= 0; i--) {    tag=pre.item(i);  

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