Update: I published this extension here.
So I just created a quick extension that does this: AnnoTabe
It's a popup that one can add an annotation to. The update button updates the annotation (and closes the popup).
By default, the "persist" checkbox is clicked, so the annotation is associated with tab URL, and is not cleared unless explicitly dismissed. ...
Sounds like Note Anywhere will do the trick for you. Although it doesn't distinguish the difference between tabs that have notes and ones that don't, it is still pretty useful. I use it on occasion when I am looking through API documentations and I forget what I am looking for.
Click on one box to open up a new note
Ability to move that box ...
I went ahead and wrote a solution for this:
To install, download this file and go to chrome://extensions (I'm not sure how to do it in other browsers). Check the 'developer mode' checkbox, and then just drag the file onto the window. It should install automagically.
It's very much a work in progress (and can't hide questions yet), but it works ...
Chrome has a decent UI-faker as well as some preset screen dimensions that include DPI.
To get to these great tools:
Open the Developer Tools in Chrome by pressing F12.
Open the "drawer" by clicking the icon located top-right of the Developer Tools (it's a greater-than symbol next to three horizontal lines stacked on top of each other). Or by clicking esc ...
I use Nimbus Screenshot.
Right click on the page, select Nimbus Screenshot then Entire Page.
Available for Chrome
Works also for Selected area
Rather simple, even though I could do without the edition window it shows after screenshot is taken
Did not notice any slowliness
Xmarks syncs bookmarks, history and open tabs cross browser.
I believe the open tabs sync is a premium feature but the rest is free. You can see more features here but it definitely has features you're after. I don't use this any more as I only tend to use Chrome now but I have used it for several years (up until recently)
Hats are now enabled on child metas, see No hats on meta?. Thus to answer your software recommendation question: I recommend Vanilla JS.
The nice thing about Vanilla JS is that it's really great at doing nothing; in fact that's all it does. I've been using it a lot (you'll notice that we – Stack Overflow – are actually listed in the "who's using ...
So far I've found Chromagnon tool written in Python which allows to read SNSS files to extract current tabs from current and last session.
python chromagnonSession.py ~/.config/chromium/Default/Current\ Session
python chromagnonTab.py ~/.config/chromium/Default/Current\ Tabs
See: Reverse Engineering SNSS Format at GitHub
One is Awesome Screenshot: Capture & Annotate
Capture or clip selected area, or all visible portion, or entire page
Support PNG format
Support horizontal scroll when capturing
Annotate it with rectangles, circles, arrows, lines and text
Crop and scroll & Show crop area dimension
Use eraser to hide sensitive information
Copy the screenshot and ...
I would like to suggest few Chrome Extensions after doing a bit of search.Hope my recommendations will fit for what you are looking for!.
Inspired by XKCD, this extension allows you to add a 30-second delay
to the loading of websites you specify. This delayed gratification is
a small roadbump that removes the instant reward of ...
Google had an extension to do that called Chrome Toolbox, but it has been discontinued.
Apparently, this currently can't be done according to this post from a Google employee. Quote:
Thank you all for your feedback. At this time, we don't have plans to implement this feature. Part of Chrome's design philosophy is to avoid interrupting you with annoying ...
I think despite its terrible name, Tab Dupectomy should work for you. It's a lot simpler than what you described:
Detection of duplicate is automated.
It doesn't edit the page header, but instead just keeps track of the number of duplicate. A feature that does this is in preparation (see here).
Just click on the icon displaying the number to close all ...
Below is an example script that you could use after making necessary adjustments (I found this version here: Redirect Based on Time of Day)
It shouldn't be hard to make it an auto redirection if ...
Great question, I've never found an OSX app to do this, so I've used the following Applescript (edited to work for Firefox, instead of Safari):
tell application "Google Chrome"
set urlChrome to get URL of active tab of first window
tell application "Firefox"
open location urlChrome
Pretty simple - get current tab in Chrome's URL ...
Here is a small extension that I wrote a while back for myself that may help you or others like you:
It's not quite what you are asking for: it doesn't allow for manual writing of notes.
But it may still accomplish what you need: quickly remember at a glance how you got to a certain website. And all that automatically, without having to ...
Unlike what the name suggests,
is available for Google Chrome (also for Firefox and even Internet Explorer).
It's a gratis Chrome extension. It has a Pro version, but you probably won't need that.
You can take a screenshot
Of the whole page
Of a selection
Of the visible area
Of the whole screen, including the Windows taskbar and the Chrome ...
I found an extension that mutes everything but the active tab.
I tested it on YouTube. When I switched tabs, the other tab muted itself, but unfortunately the extension does not pause the video.
It's called Mute Inactive Tabs, on the Chrome Web Store.
The extension Create Link does exactly what you want, with the exception that you have to press an icon rather than press some keys on your keyboard.
Instructions after it is installed:
Click on the Icon
Click on the "word" HTML
Paste to Microsoft Word
I've made a userscript for this. I've tested it on a few questions shown by Franck's helpful query and it works, so it should work for the rest of the questions :)
To install, please first install Tampermonkey and then the script.
// @name Will question be deleted?
// @namespace http://stackexchange.com/users/4337810/%E1%94%95%...
There are two extensions:
Open with external application by Lorenz Cuno Klopfenstein
Opens any link of a webpage with a custom external application.
"Open with external application" (in dire need of a better name) is an extension for the Google Chrome web browser. It allows the user to select any executable and use links of the web pages s/he is ...
EDIT (2014-08-23): Webpage Screenshot now adds their URLs a the bottom left of the screenshot, thereby making the screenshot unnecessarily wider, so I advise against it.
You can use the Chrome Extension Webpage Screenshot:
Simple, and easy to use
Takes a screenshot of the entire page, or only the visible part.
Editor to ...