Ho hum, just fixed a CSS bug in Google’s code.
I pushed what is probably the last update for a while to the Chrome Store.
I just updated this thing yesterday! Why is there another change? Read on, Internet citizen, read on.
After a long period of neglect — seven months, according to my last blog post — I have updated my Chrome extension, Panel View for Keep, to version 2.2.
I’ve pushed out an update for my Chrome extension, Panel View for Keep. It’s just a minor update, bringing it up to version 2.1.
Good news, kids! I’ve just pushed out an update for my Chrome extension, Panel View for Keep. It’s really just a visual refresh, following Google’s recent update.
… and it’s about time. I had begun to wonder if they’d forgotten all about it. I decided to check out Google’s official Chrome app again, in case they’d added anything new, like maybe account switching. They haven’t. (Account switching, by the way, is supported in my extension. Just sayin’.)
In an attempt to get my Google Keep extension accepted once again into the Chrome web store, I have rebranded it. In the meantime, however, I have updated it to version 1.7 and committed the changes to its Github project. Read on for change highlights.
I made a slight update to my Keep extension today. Check out the details below or get the latest from Github.