- Extension’s state – on or off – is maintained across browser restarts, and extension updates.
- In quick switch popup, added default icons for internal chrome and extension tabs.
enter‘ switches to the tab. Don’t need to select the tab in the list before switching.
chrome://abc‘ instead of just ‘
Save an article directly to a folder, without having to click
the button in the notification.
Adding the article immediately opens a popup to select the folder. Select a folder to save to it, or close the popup to cancel.
You may choose in options on how to trigger this action:
Right-clicking on the extension button presents all available actions:
Your most often visited websites can now be added to the pastel new tab page. Just like in the default new tab page, but cleaner.
The websites are visible in simple, discreet boxes at the bottom of the screen. The websites can be toggled off, or on, easily from controls at bottom of the screen.
Please note that the website links are disabled by default. The first time you enabled them, Chrome will request you to grant the extension permission to access your top websites.
Without this permission, the extension cannot display these links. However, rest of the new tab page works just like earlier even without this permission.
The extension still shows top 20 articles from your home folder by default. However, when searching for something, it looks through all your folders, and lists matching articles by recency.
When searching across all folders, the name of folder is displayed under the article’s title, after the website name.
When an article is removed from the list on Instapaper.com (archived / moved / deleted), the focus automatically moves to next article in the list.
Fixed some other bugs, and minor background improvements.
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Todo.txt for Chrome now automatically parses the threshold dates, and hides task with dates in the future.
Threshold dates are read in the ‘
t:yyyy-mm-dd‘ format. ‘
tomorrow‘ and ‘
yesterday‘ may also be used in place of date string.
To see all tasks, including those in the future, add ‘
t:all‘ to the filter field.
due:overdue‘ to see all tasks that are past their due date.
This also works in combination with other operators. E.g ‘
-due:overdue‘ shows tasks that are not over due, and ‘
(A) due:overdue‘ only shows high priority tasks that are overdue.
The full list of filter operators is available here.
escapewere pressed. Fixed.