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Have you ever had a really, really good or really, really bad experience with a product or with customer service? Want to tell
the world about it, right on the company's "doorstep"? With the OpenComments extension for Chrome, you can make a
comment about a Web site and everyone who navigates there with an OpenComments-enabled Chrome browser will be
aware that you have something to say about the site or the business behind it.

The OpenComments browser icon, located to the right of the browser address bar, will change color whenever the currently
visible Web page has comments on it. By pressing the icon, users may then read the comments and post replies or their own
new topic. The OpenComments extension makes it easy for your voice to be heard around the world.

Change Log:

Fixed bug that caused comments to not be visible under certain circumstances

Older Versions

  1. Version 1.29
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    The OpenComments extension enables users to share comments, via Google Groups, about a Web site or page.

    Change Log:

    None

  2. Version 1.30
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds

    The OpenComments extension empowers users to, in a sense, write "digital grafitti" on any Web site: tell the world what you think.

    Change Log:

    Replace icons.

  3. Version 1.31
    Compatible With
    Beta Builds
    Developer Builds (Linux)
    Developer Builds

    The OpenComments extension empowers users to, in a sense, write "digital grafitti" on any Web site: tell the world what you think.

    Change Log:

    Cleaned up event handling code

    Added a one-time splash screen

  4. Version 1.32
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds
    Developer Builds (Linux)
    Beta Builds

    The OpenComments extension empowers users to, in a sense, write "digital grafitti" on any Web site: tell the world what you think.

    Change Log:

    Added page title to Subject: line in post

  5. Version 1.33
    Compatible With
    Developer Builds
    Developer Builds (Linux)

    The OpenComments extension empowers users to, in a sense, write "digital grafitti" on any Web site: tell the world what you think.

    Change Log:

Reviews

  1. David says:

    Is this not just the same as Google side-wiki?

  2. Robert Uomini says:

    No, Sidewiki does not support conversations; only comments. Also, I’ve experienced crashes using Sidewiki, but never with OpenComments.

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