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Used this for years. It WAS a great 5-star extension. Now it's useless with 57. Very Sad.
Do the job , thanks !
Using this in Waterfox 47.01 and it works great, thank you for creating it :)
Any chance the author could make a similar addon to open the current page in the Edge browser?
Top Addon, funktioniert aber leider nicht mehr mit Firefox 40.
Works perfectly for me! The issue that other reviewers noted in 2013/2014 (see below) does not happen for me in Firefox 39.
I should have listened to the other reviewer
This extension somehow obliterates add-on settings after restart of the browser in Firefox 21. I narrowed it down to this extension and even re-tested it. I got no response to this report from this extension's developers.
Please make an ability to open links in Chrome via shortcut "Shift+LClick" on a link.
I have 2 monitors. Often in my work I have to open tabs in chrome (which opens on 2nd monitor) while 1st page is still opened on 1st monitor in Firefox. Now I have to open all links via context menu and it's not convenient.
There're similar extensions but all of them doesnt's support opening links in another browser via Shift+LClick.
Perfect.I wish a counterpart button on chrome, that will open pages in firefox!!!!!!!!!!!!
I can't believe that I had to edit Chrome View's preferences to add double quotes around the path to the Chrome executable. Surely you must know that it is typically installed in the user's profile, which contains spaces and which must therefore be contained in quotes.
Does exactly what is says. Could you please also make a version for Iron that says Iron instead of Chrome and with the Iron logo on the button?
Would be very nice :)
Works fine with FF3.6.
Wishlist: View as Chrome in a FF tab (like IE Tab).
I loved this add-on. Is there something which does the opposite too? I also find myself in situations that I want to also open links from Google Chrome in Firefox.
Does exactly what it purports to do. Well done.
Wishlist: Add Chrome icon to right-click menu entry.
Works great! A perfect complement to Gruber's flash-free approach, http://daringfireball.net/2010/11/flash_free_and_cheating_with_google_chrome
One feature request: a keyboard shortcut would be great :)
What's keeping this application from truly being great is the option to open links (or reload pages) in Chrome tabs within Firefox itself, and being able to do so in Incognito Mode would also be very convenient.
Works great. Only request is that it would be nice to have a Thunderbird version of this.
As reported in a previous review https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/8740/reviews/244689/ , Chrome View WORKS on Linux. Just set the path to Chrome in Preferences. If you update this Add On to indicate that it supports Linux, you'll get more users.
It would be perfect if it would allow you to open pages in Google Chrome Incognito Mode.
Excellent extension! Just what i needed.
Could do with a right click context menu ICON though. Other than that, it's great!
FYI, this add-on actually WORKS on Linux. I'm using Ubuntu 10.04 with the latest google chrome. After specify /usr/bin/google-chrome in preference, everything works like a charm. Author might has his reason for limiting the platform though.
The reason I need this is the flash in firefox hangs on from time to time. I can't switch youtube modes sometimes as well. The flash in my firefox is barely functioning, but chrome runs everything fine. I know probably it's just me, but this extension really helps.
Simple and effective.
Chrome Viewって名前はIE Viewみたいに、「同じタブ内で他のブラウザのレンダリングエンジンでページを開く」という機能を持っていると勘違いされやすいと思いますので、View in Chromeみたいな名前に変更たほうが良いのでは。まぎらわしいんだよカスが