Turns your browser into a slideshow of URLs. - Using just one tab for all URLs for minimal memory/resource footprint - You can…
What is Url Slideshow?
Url Slideshow is a featured Chrome extension by Proddi. This extension has 54,567 weekly active users, a good user rating of 4.63, and is most similar to Chrome Slideshow and SlideshowPlayer. The latest version, 0.5.0, was updated 7 years ago.
Rating: 4.63 (16)
Version: 0.5.0 (Last updated: 2016-07-13)
Creation date: 2016-07-13
Manifest version: 2
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Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Very low risk likelihood
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Turns your browser into a slideshow of URLs. - Using just one tab for all URLs for minimal memory/resource footprint - You can switch the tab without get intercept from the slideshow - Easy contextMenu navigation for adding/removing/showing - Fullscreen- / Autostart-feature for automation - Also perfect to run on a Raspberry PI :)https://github.com/proddi/urlslideshow
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It is very inconvenient because I have to write each url one by one. I need the ability to paste many Internet addresses at once.
Really neat, works great -- EXCEPT... 1. When logging out and back into Chrome, it loses all the settings including the list of websites. 2. It puts these websites in History over and over again which is a pain when searching through recent history.
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Great extension for displaying multiple octoprint webcam views.
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