The Chrome/Iron location is automatically retrieved from the registry. This follows Google's policy of keeping the interface simple. If the add-on does not detect Chrome, please contact the author in order to make it work on your system, too.
NEW: Since version 0.1.6, the add-on also detects SRware Iron, a Chrome derivate (thanks to Mark Halpaap). If the Iron detection is not working on your system, please contact the author.
IMPORTANT: If you do not see a Chrome button in the toolbar, then right-click on the toolbar, select 'Customize...' and drag the Chrome button to the toolbar.
SUPPORT REQUESTS: Please do NOT submit support requests through the review functionality (like 'Does not work', 'Cannot find' etc.). If you do so, I have no chance to contact you in order to solve the problem. I would like to strongly invite you to email me your problem instead.
The author is aware of the fact that it would be nice to have an add-on which shows WebKit (the rendering engine used in Chrome and Safari) in a tab, but that's not the purpose of this extension. This add-on only opens a new Chrome window.