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10 Comments

  1. 1

    Bhanik Shah

    I just moved the dev version of chrome. But using the pintab I dont see the option of my unread email and also if some one pings me. So it would be a good idea to port better gmail2 to chrome

  2. 2

    SquareWheel

    Just to give some ideas, here is my extension list for Chrome:

    Adsweep
    AdBlock+ (Not: not Adblock Plus from Fx)
    RSS Subscriptions (Looks for RSS Feeds)
    Session Saver
    Web of Trust

  3. 3

    Miguel Wickert- Pineiro

    Okay, does this work on Chrome for Mac? It’s not giving me that option. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  4. 4

    rocugbg.myopenid.com/

    This does not yet work on Chrome for Mac.

  5. 5

    ping

    Hm, the pinned tabs persists for me when I restart Chrome. I’m using the Linux build though.

  6. 6

    Cory Roush

    Porting Better Gmail and some of your other apps to Chrome would make me (and many others!) a happy, more productive person!

  7. 7

    Jemaleddin S. Cole

    I modified the Google Reader unread favicon count thingy to work with Wave:

    http://userscripts.org/scripts/show/59814

    This should work with Google Chrome, but I haven’t had a chance to test it yet.

  8. 8

    jeadly.com/

    Yup, Chrome Dev does support extensions, they even redid the chrome://extensions/ manager page recently. Hit up http://dev.chromium.org/developers/design-documents/extensions/samples for a sample gmail checker among others.

  9. 9

    MichaelonTech

    Been using the Chrome dev version for awhile now. The main dev feature I like is the ability to synchronize your bookmarks over multiple installations on different computers using your google account.

    Anyways thanks for the tip with the “pin tabs”…

  10. 10

    Paul Jacobson

    I’ve just started using Chrome for the Mac now and I wouldn’t mind seeing your Better extensions in Chrome either. Would be pretty awesome if it is even possible.

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