Have you ever wanted to share (or save-for-later) all of the tabs you’re viewing in a Chrome window? I highly recommend the CopyAllURLs extension. The configuration is easy and powerful, and it works very well to export/copy (and import/paste, which opens all of the links in your clipboard) all of the tabs. You are free to use HTML in the output, which is awesome. Copying all of the tabs and sharing them is a breeze, and the output looks great. Pasting into an email, Evernote, or whatever works as expected, preserving the links and formatting (if you enable the HTML mime type option).
In an earlier post, I mentioned that I had been frustrated with the Hulu user interface. The player window, by default, is just too large. Also it takes a few too many clicks to get to the Pop Out player.
I’ve written a Chrome extension to solve this problem. Check it out!
Here’s the official description:1234567Hulu's default player is rather large, and it takes a few too many clicks to get the pop out player window, right? This extension aims to solve this problem by letting you right-click a video's thumbnail to open the popout window immediately. As an added bonus it lets you set the default width and height of the popout.Note: It currently only works with some of the video types on Hulu, including Movies, Movie Trailers, TV Episodes, Clips, and possibly more. I've only tested this in the USA.If you get the popup but the video doesn't load, please check your flash configuration. One of my testers reported that he had to re-enable Chrome's built-in flash plugin.Thanks to the r/picrequests community and LAMcNamaraXVII (lamcnamaraxvii.deviantart.com) for the icon.