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Google Chrome Extensions are add-ons that allow users to customize their Chrome web browser. They are downloadable through the Chrome Web Store. Extensions are most often written in HTML, JavaScript, and CSS.

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fregante commented Mar 4, 2021

Instead of keeping a list in the readme (which nobody reads because the readme is already hundreds of lines long) we can just a link to:

Separately, it might be worth going through some old PRs to ensure that they have the "drop feature" in the title.

ric2b commented Aug 7, 2020

Trying to record typing into a date field doesn't work for me, it just types on the yyyy section of the date and ends up completely invalid.

What I've had work really well was replacing await page.type(selector, '2020-08-07'); with:

await page.focus(selector);
await page.keyboard.type('20200807');

Would it be within scope of the extension to recognize date inputs

opi-smccoole commented Nov 24, 2020

Thanks for a really great utility, just discovered it today!

Expected Behavior

It would be nice if it was possible to look at the results of a subscription while having it stopped, especially for faster updating subscriptions. I known you can turn off autoscroll but if you want to save the results you still have to manually cut and paste, unlike query results where you can use the download

cdharris commented Jun 17, 2020

Remote Functions Refactor


Remote functions exist to enable background->tab, and tab->background function delegation (i.e. Call a function in a tab, but have it run in the background and vice versa).

Refactoring has been started to make these functions interfaced and type safe.


Grepping the codebase for remoteFunction( shows where it's still being us

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