127 reviews
  • Firefox 61 appears to integrate and work easier with GNOME.

    Firefox is really helpful to resuming work when switch machines.
  • Glad it's available on AMO, don't need to rely on the distro or external website that much (except native connector of course).
  • Very good! I can install many helpful addon.
  • This is very convenient and fun to do
  • Works as expected, easy to use: install and forget. Been using it for months, don't plan to stop using it.
  • Excelente aplicación
  • For Arch Linux just enough pacman -S chrome-gnome-shell.
  • It doesn't really work. I get this error message with a link to a documentation site that is not clear

    Alhoewel de extensie Gnome-shell-integratie draait, wordt de platform-eigen hostconnector niet gedetecteerd. Ga naar documentatie voor instructies met betrekking tot het installeren van de connector.
    What is not clear for you?
    Just install native host connector.
  • Don't work with Waterfox 56.0.4

    Upd: Fixed.
    What is not work for you?
  • it's a great idea with great potential, and with many features that work well and add awesome sauce, and it adds extensibility to my favourite desktop, but has bugs
    Feel free to open new issue at [1] or at [2] and I will try to fix bugs you mention.

    [1] https://bugzilla.gnome.org/
    [2] https://github.com/nE0sIghT/chrome-gnome-shell-mirror/issues
  • error
  • may i ask for a guide on how to run this on ubuntu 16.04 ?
    Feel free to open new issue at [1] or at [2] and I will try to help you.

    [1] https://bugzilla.gnome.org/
    [2] https://github.com/nE0sIghT/chrome-gnome-shell-mirror/issues
  • It doesn't support firefox's WebExtension storage sync function.

    Update: Perfect, Firefox got a full feature extension too.
    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.
  • Works 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