Commands tagged chrome (5)

  • Gives you a list for all installed chrome (chromium) extensions with URL to the page of the extension. With this you can easy add a new Bookmark folder called "extensions" add every URL to that folder, so it will be synced and you can access the names from every computer you are logged in. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Only tested with chromium, for chrome you maybe have to change the find $PATH. Show Sample Output


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    for i in $(find ~/.config/chromium/*/Extensions -name 'manifest.json'); do n=$(grep -hIr name $i| cut -f4 -d '"'| sort);u="https://chrome.google.com/extensions/detail/";ue=$(basename $(dirname $(dirname $i))); echo -e "$n:\n$u$ue\n" ; done
    new_user · 2010-05-18 15:16:36 4

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    ps -A -o rss,command | grep [C]hrome | awk '{sum+=$1} END {printf("%sMB\n",sum/1024)}'
    seanubis · 2013-05-08 13:30:59 1
  • If you are a regular user of Google Chrome and Gmail Offline, you'll find that Gmail Offline stops working after a while due to corruption of its local storage in your browser. Worse, trying to use Google Chrome's "Clear Browsing Data" menu command to remove all the local storage is (1) overkill, because it deletes non-Google page local storage, and (2) ineffective, because once the storage is corrupt, Google Chrome doesn't know how to delete it either. Fortunately, it's all stored in obviously named files in your home directory; this command deletes the files directly, after which restarting Google Chrome will let you reinstall Gmail Offline correctly.


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    /bin/rm -f ~/Library/Application\ Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Local\ Storage/*google*
    poslfit · 2013-06-14 19:39:12 3
  • Check out Gate number for your flight from CLI with Chrome, html2texgt and grep. Works on Arch Linux (Garuda) and probably will work on others. Requirements: * google chrome (might work with chromium as well) * installed html2text (on archlinux: sudo pacman -S python-html2text) * installed grep (comes by default with your OS) * the gate number should be visible at the given website (it's not existent too early before the flight and also disappears after the flight departed) Please don't forget to replace the link to appropriate one, matching your flight. You can also wrap this into something like `whlie true; do ...; sleep 60; done' and this will check and tell you the gate number maximum in 1 minute after it appears on Avinor website. Show Sample Output


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    google-chrome-stable --headless --dump-dom --disable-gpu "https://avinor.no/flight/?flightLegId=dy754-osl-trd-20220726&airport=OSL" 2>/dev/null | html2text | grep -A2 Gate
    sxiii · 2022-07-26 11:50:59 114
  • chrome only lets you export in html format, with a lot of table junk, this command will just export the titles of the links and the links without all that extra junk Show Sample Output


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    grep -E '<DT><A|<DT><H3' bookmarks.html | sed 's/<DT>//' | sed '/Bookmarks bar/d' | sed 's/ ADD_DATE=\".*\"//g' | sed 's/^[ \t]*//' | tr '<A HREF' '<a href'
    chrismccoy · 2011-05-26 22:21:01 5

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