How To View History In Infinite Craft
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PSA: This Infinite Craft tool adds dark mode, element history, item pinning, and more

Violent Monkey.

Infinite Craft is an excellent experience, but it’s made even better with this tool that allows you to pin elements, look at your combination history, quickly duplicate items, and turn on dark mode. The tool is called Violentmonkey and it’s a safe web browser extension that makes Infinite Craft much better.

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How to download and use Violentmonkey on Infinite Craft

Violentmonkey is a browser extension that allows user scripts to adjust certain web pages. At first, Violentmonkey looks sketchy. But trust me, it’s completely legit. I’ve added it to my Chrome extensions and it’s relatively straightforward to use. I’ve ensured this entire process is legit so you don’t need to worry about bugs or viruses.

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First, you need to use the Violetmonkey website to pick the web browser you use. I use Chrome, so I selected Chrome Web Store. In the new tab, select the option to add Violentmonkey as an extension to your browser. On Chrome, this is done with a tap of the button.

With that done, you need to install the Helper. Without this, Violentmoneky doesn’t work. With it, Violentmonkey works automatically to add lots of benefits to Infinite Craft. Go to the Violentmonkey Helper page. Once here, select Install on the left side of the screen.

Now, you can go to Infinite Craft and experience the benefits of Violentmonkey. Immediately, Infinite Craft will reload with dark mode and all the bonus controls that make the game better. If it doesn’t happen automatically, refresh your page. Don’t worry, all your elements are saved.

How to add dark mode to Infinite Craft

How To Duplicate And Dark Mode In Infinite Craft
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With Violentmonkey working, you now have dark mode Infinite Craft. This is the best way to get dark mode in Infinite Craft. If you want to toggle between dark mode and normal mode, press the setting button in the top right corner and select Toggle Theme.

How to duplicate, pin, and view history in Infinite Craft

How To Pin Elements In Infinite Craft
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Violentmonkey gives you extra tools that the base game of Infinite Craft doesn’t give you. And trust me, you’ll wonder how you lived without these tools before.

You can duplicate elements in play by clicking the middle mouse button, otherwise known as pressing down on the scroll wheel. This is extremely helpful when trying to experiment with a specific word like Glass.

You can pin elements to the top of the panel by holding Alt and left-clicking on them. This only works on elements in the panel on the right, not the elements in play.

My favorite feature is that you can view the history of how you achieved a specific element. To do this, right-click any element in the panel on the right. This doesn’t work on elements in play. Also, sadly, this doesn’t work on elements you discovered before getting Violentmonkey. That’s why you should use Violentmonkey ASAP to save the history of your Discoveries.

I hope you use Violentmonkey to keep enjoying Infinite Craft. One avenue you might want to go down is learning how to create Spongebob, Squidward, and Patrick.


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From his early days of blog-style music, movie, and game reviews to working as the Esports Writer at Coastline Community College, Noah Nelson now works fulltime as a Staff Writer for Attack of the Fanboy and PC Invasion. He has been helping gamers everywhere with Destiny 2 god rolls, Warzone 2 DMZ missions, and collectibles in any indie game for over a year and a half. His Bachelor's Degree in English Rhetoric and Composition with a minor in Journalism from CSULB has shaped him to be a strong writer and editor. His fondest gaming memory is playing Sly Cooper 2 after begging his mom (for hours) to play it before his birthday and he still cries myself to sleep remembering the time he accidentally saved over his 99% completion save file in Kingdom Hearts 2.