Script Summary: Creates a drop-down menu for common tasks on Facebook
This script is the successor of FBookInfoBox.
I decided I didn't like the InfoBox design anymore, but I did like the new navigation bar at the top of Facebook. So I decided to put all the tasks that were in my Infobox into a drop-down menu. This works the same as FBookInfoBox. You hold down Alt and hover over a profile link, or a profile picture, and the menu appears in the upper-right corner of the currently visible portion of the page. The menu appears closed, so you have to click the button next to the person's name to open the menu. If you hold down Shift as well, the large profile pic will also pop up on the opposite side of the page, and the menu will start open. You can also open the large image by clicking on the small, square image in the menu.
Unlike the InfoBox, the menu doesn't follow the page when you scroll. The reason for this is that sometimes the menu is too large to fit on the screen, so you need to be able to scroll. However, if you open the large picture, it will scroll with the page.
If you already have FBookInfoBox installed, disable it, or uninstall it before installing the script. They won't disrupt each other, it's just superfluous. You'll end up getting both the InfoBox and the menu.
Any suggestions for improvement, please comment here.
Update (27 Aug 2007). I added Free Gifts to the menu.