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Google today announced that Chrome will no longer support inline installation of extensions. New extensions lose inline installation starting today, existing extensions will lose the ability in three months, and in early December the inline install API will be removed from the browser with the release of Chrome 71.
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Wait. What? Why?
-Tuxman (June 16, 2018, 10:01 AM)
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I was surprised I hadn't seen anyone raging about this:

Ha, nice. So I'll have to release an official Chrome version by Autumn.  :-[

I uploaded a Chrome version to the Web Store. I'll update the website once Google is blind enough to accept it.  :D


I finally got around to trying this out.   Apologies for the delay and nice work so far.  :)

* The server component is running on my server box.
* I installed the Chrome extension in Vivaldi, configured the endpoint and PIN, and uploaded Vivaldi's bookmarks with no issue.  A ymarks.db.backup.1 file was created.   :up:
* I installed the Chrome extension in Chrome, configured the endpoint and PIN, and chose the "download bookmarks" option.  Chrome successfully pulled the bookmarks.   :up:
* I installed the Firefox add-on in Firefox v61.0.2, configured the endpoint and PIN, and tried the "download bookmarks" option.  Unfortunately, it simply wiped out all the Firefox bookmarks   :down:  (which were easily restored with a backup   :up:).
I'm happy to help debug or whatever you need.  If there are IE and Opera plugins, I'd be happy to test those, too.


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