- by Firefox user 13659189, 3 years agoRated 1 out of 5may i ask for a guide on how to run this on ubuntu 16.04 ?Feel free to open new issue at  or at  and I will try to help you.
- by 流浪猫, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5It doesn't support firefox's WebExtension storage sync function.
Update: Perfect, Firefox got a full feature extension too.Hello.
Thanks for notice. Firefox had some issues with storage sync previously.
I whitelisted sync feature for Firefox in extensions's git master branch.
It should work starting with next extension version.
- by Firefox user 13631606, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Works great in Ubuntu 17.10 with Chrome and Firefox. With Chrome, it adds an icon to the menu bar to connect to https://extensions.gnome.org . With Firefox, this has to be done manually, AFAIK. FYI,
dpkg --list | egrep "chrome|firefox"
ii chrome-gnome-shell 9-0ubuntu1 all GNOME Shell extensions integration for web browsers
ii firefox 57.0.1+build2-0ubuntu0.17.10.1 amd64 Safe and easy web browser from Mozilla
ii firefox-locale-en 57.0.1+build2-0ubuntu0.17.10.1 amd64 English language pack for Firefox
ii google-chrome-stable 63.0.3239.108-1 amd64 The web browser from Google
- by Firefox user 13527217, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5Works. Keep in mind that you still need to install a native counterpart (for ubuntu and others) to work and for ubuntu 17.10 this component has not been updated, yielding apt update error
E: The repository 'http://ppa.launchpad.net/ne0sight/chrome-gnome-shell/ubuntu artful Release' does not have a Release file.
N: Updating from such a repository can't be done securely, and is therefore disabled by default.
N: See apt-secure(8) manpage for repository creation and user configuration details.
- by Firefox user 13106008, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5Great concept and have previously had high success. Though recently my FF has been performing like crap and today finally set out to isolate it. High CPU usage even when idle one tab open to duckduckgo. Running Ubuntu 16.04 FF latest.
First part (which I fixed)
-> high CPU consumed by Firefox idle. Isolated down to this plugin. (plugin enabled = 20% CPU, plugin disabled = 0-1% CPU idle)
Seems I was running an older version of the backend service, which was the root cause of this issue. (sorry didn't note which chrome-gnome-shell version was running previously).
Second issue. (no fix)
Any attempt to close firefox (File Quit, CTRL+Q, restart FF due to addon/extension change, etc.) results in a hang and crash. Firefox spins CPU for about 1 minute then crashes.
$ dpkg --list | egrep "chrome-gnome-shell|firefox"
ii chrome-gnome-shell 9-0ubuntu1~ubuntu16.04.3 all GNOME Shell extensions integration for web browsers
ii firefox 53.0.3+build1-0ubuntu0.16.04.2 amd64 Safe and easy web browser from Mozilla
4.4.0-79-generic Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTSHello.
It is a Firefox bug 1349874  and explained in the wiki . Please ask Mozilla to fix it.
- by Jacques shellac, 4 years agoRated 1 out of 5The backend requirements (copr dnf repo and ineptly named chrome-gnome-shell) could be made more clear on extensions.gnome.org. Works fine once you waste 20 minutes trying to figure out all of the manual dependencies. Grumble grumble.You may not waste your time, but go ahead  and improve opensource  website.
- by Ricky Goldsmith, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5This is a great addon for users on the GNOME Desktop Environment. It integrates seamlessly into the GNOME desktop, providing installation, upgradation and uninstallation of GNOME Shell Extensions
Tested on Debian GNU/Linux
- by Firefox user 12912696, 4 years agoRated 1 out of 5not sure how to reply, but that link you sent is for google chrome, not for firefox :(Hello.
You do not have native connector installed.
Please read documentation 
This link for ALL supported browsers - Firefox, Chrome, Vivaldi and Opera