Script Summary: Inserts your HTML signature(s) into a GMail message. Works only with new version of GMail.
This script no longer works and I'm not updating it. I use WiseStamp and I recommend you do the same.
Thanks to all of you who supported this and used it. Good luck!
This is similar to my other GMail - Insert HTML Signature script. However, this version is much improved because it takes advantage of the GMail Greasemonkey API.
Here are the improvements:
* It creates a navBox on the left side of the screen, towards the bottom, that lists the different HTML signatures you've created.
* It allows you to add, edit, preview and delete signatures without editing the script file.
* It automatically inserts the default signature (that you choose) into your email.
For this to work, right now, you must set a default signature. Otherwise, it will insert "undefined" as the signature. I'll fix that. Fixed
For now, this only works in the Compose window. It does not work for replies, forwards, etc. I wanted to get this out there for people using GMail 2.0, so this isn't quite done yet. Works but not automatically. You have to click to insert into a Reply or Forward.
I'm going to work on deleting the existing signature and replacing it with the one clicked. That way, if you want a signature other than the default, you don't have to delete the default first. Fixed.
* The edit and preview windows need a serious design makeover. Anybody have any ideas? UPDATE: I changed it a little.
As always, if you have any questions or suggestions, please don't hesitate to contact me via comments or email.