For the wanderers, the readers, the chefs and bakers, the measuring, tinkering DIYers, and for anyone else who struggles to convert feet to cm, or ºC to ºF, or wonders how many grams is it when the recipe says a cup of sugar in the cake.
With autoConvert Select, just select the text you convert, and the conversion is right there in the corner of the browser. No clicking, no searching. Right there… automagically.
Select a value in metric units, say 16 km, and the conversion will be imperial (10 miles). Select a value in the old, imperial units, say 22ºF, and the conversion will be into metric (-5.6ºC).
Please share your feedback, including suggestions and any bugs you find using this link.
autoConvert Select only converts units. Unlike the older autoConvert for Chrome, it does not convert currencies yet. I am still looking for a free source for currency rates before I can provide currency conversion.
autoConvert Select converts the first six values in a selection. You may have to select multiple times to see more conversion.
autoConvert Select supports all websites – including the newer React based websites that the older extension used to hang on.
I hate those web forms where they ask you to stay within a character or word limit, without giving a count of how many I have already typed.
I can’t remove the character limits on all the forms, but I can sure show how many characters, or words, have been used up.
Word Counter extension shows a simple count of characters and words in a corner of the screen. As soon as you start typing in a text box1 on a web page, the extension will start showing a live count of words and characters in the box. You leave a text box, the count disappears, leaving the screen clean.
Bonus: Select some text on a page, and the Word Counter box will appear with count of words and charachters in the selected text.
Added an option to ignore hash/fragment sections in URLs when comparing for duplicates.
Enable this functionality in Options ⇒ Advanced Settings ⇒ Ignore Hash. It is disabled by default, and not recommended.
When enabled, two tabs with URLs: ‘c306.net/apps‘ and ‘c306.net/apps/#clutterfreeCard‘ will be considered duplicates and one of them closed. This is the expected behaviour if the fragment points to a section in the same page. However, in many modern web apps, the fragment may point to a different page that you may want to open separately. In this scenario, the ignore hash setting will wrongly close the second tab as duplicate.