UbiChr - Ubiquity for Chrome
Revived Ubiquity for Chrome
What is UbiChr - Ubiquity for Chrome?
UbiChr is "Ubiquity for Chrome" - a revived command line interface that brings lots of useful command shortcuts.
In particular, you can:
- Open a command-like window to execute commands with arguments and preview the results (default Ctrl+Space shortcut must be set manually)
- Open new tabs and pass GET or POST parameters (on appropriate command execution like Wikipedia search, dictionary lookup, text translation, etc.)
- Fetch data via AJAX, process it, and display it on the extension popup preview (for example: IMDB movie lookup, currency converter)
- Alter current pages (highlight keywords, invert or remove colors)
- Utilize powerful features of the Chrome extension (inject scripts, access cookies, use alarms, bulk save and zip URLs, filter opened tabs for text or links, ...)
- Share your commands via GitHub Gist
NOTICE: The Ctrl+Space shortcut may need to be manually reassigned in the Chrome add-on management dashboard in order to be used. To do that, use the chrome://extensions/shortcuts URL.
UbiChr - Ubiquity for Chrome is risky to use as it requires a number of sensitive permissions that can potentially harm your browser and steal your data. Exercise caution when installing this extension. Review carefully before installing. We recommend that you only install UbiChr - Ubiquity for Chrome if you trust the publisher.
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