There is not a lot here, but maybe there will be now that I have this set up.
LDS Scriptures 3.0 - Now Open Source My most popular Chrome extension, LDS Scriptures, has been moved. You can still download the 2.3 version from the Chrome Web Store, but the newest Alpha and any future updates will be on GitHub. You should have no issues running both side by side, except for when Chrome ends the API's used in version 2.3.
Try it out and see more details in the GitHub project.
- Alphabetic Sorting (finally)
- Newish Icon
- The functions and objects the extension uses are now anonymous, so they won't show up in the browser.
- Updates for Chrome extensions manifest version 2 and security handling.
- Added a bunch more permissions to allow it to access more chrome APIs
There is a lot more this tool can do than meets the eye. For example:
Head on over the the Chrome Web Store and try it out.
- Save the page and use it in another browser.
Just hit Ctrl+S and then open it in Firefox or IE.
- Nevermind, I just checked and it does not work in IE, and you have to view source and save the index.html and index.js files for it to work in Firefox. I will have to fix IE support later.
- The update for chrome, now makes it no longer a single html file. (That was a feature.)
UPDATE: I just pushed out a fix for a regression introduced with loading libraries. While I was at it, I added a few new features. There is now a toggle for the panel and a clear message about it's usage of eval.
I have written a program called Reciplease. I wrote it as a Christmas present for my mom. It is a completely offline recipe organizer. It runs as a shareable *.exe that can be emailed and self installs. The recipes are each stored in a separate file so they can be organized how you like. This program is free to use.
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