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Fix "Add to Chrome" Button

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  1. andrei1015 says:

    Cool extension! Congrats! But maybe you can add more options.
    Congrats again:)

  2. John says:

    I don’t see why this gets 1-star reviews, does what it’s supposed to do. Ever thought of changing the options?

  3. Gae'lil'aeo says:

    its a good idea but it needs more features

  4. Kabooka says:

    This extension basically allows you to chose between , about:blank or a redirected URL for your every New Tab operation.

  5. Zorglub says:

    And ?… That’s it ?

  6. prunc says:

    what other features would you like me to implement???

  7. mukizu says:

    I’d like to have more than 8 “most used” sites.

  8. Tim says:

    Excellent idea.

    I would suggest that you look into how to tweak (or silently duplicate) the functionality of the actual new-tab page, so as to not make the user remake the new-tab page themselves, only to tweak one aspect of it.

    I think that the point is that people are generally happy with the new-tab page, but want to tweak it. While that’s different than a totally “custom” new-tab page, it does feel like the extension would benefit from providing some template of the built-in page.


  9. DaxterSpeed says:

    The thing is, that this plugin does what Chrome already can do.

    What I’d like to see is a function to load a local file. Instead of something that’s already on the web.

    Though this plugin is nice looking…

  10. Ch1ps says:

    Only blank tab and redirecting? Boring.

  11. prunc says:

    @Tim I was actually looking into that… Thanks.

  12. Out of curiosity, how do i install it? says:

    I have Win7, and when I’m on this page it doesn’t show me the “Add to Chrome” button. How do I add it to Chrome?

  13. prunc says:

    @Out of curiosity, how do i install it?

    Fixed “Add to Chrome” Button

  14. david bandel says:

    Why don’t you add the ability to customize the amount of thumbnails.. preferably beyond eight?

    Someone else on this thread asked the same thing but you deliberately ignored them. Is there some reason this is hard to do?

    There must be since Google has declined to do it as well.

  15. Arya Irani says:

    Thanks! This is exactly what I was looking for.

    It doesn’t seem to support file:// uris though?

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