Like recently published, Google Chrome is expected to gain support for Greasemonkey plugins and scripts in its next versions, which provide additional customization and functionality to the browser.
At this time, support is limited and not didactic (in recent versions aimed at developers). Only scripts located in c: scripts can be loaded and with the addition of the parameter ?Enable-greasemonkey attached to the program shortcut.
Example: C: scrips discovery.exe ?enable-greasemonkey
Another problem is the lack of an option that limits which domain the script should work in, causing problems on sites where the script is not programmed to run.