|11 Jan 2009||#1|
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Chrome plugin support
Not sure if anyone posted any info about this, but Chrome now somewhat supports plugins/addons! See this site on how to upgrade your chrome to the newest DEV release. The check out the snippet about experimental plugin down a ways on this page to get your favorite userscripts into the correct folder. I personally use the "old" adblock+ bookmark (just threw it into my c:\scripts folder) and it automatically activates on each page!
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