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This extension illustrates, via colour highlights, the extent of a price drop on Amazon.ca and Amazon.com.
The extension works in the background and requires no user intervention. The extension is always on and alters the default price change alert box as the page loads. To turn it off, go to chrome://extensions and uncheck “Enabled” next to the title of the extension.
Amazon Price Drop Percentage is not an official extension from Amazon.com, Inc.
This extension allows you to select and save an entire blogroll into your bookmarks.
All you have to do is highlight the blogroll, click the browser button (to the right of the address bar) and the blogroll will be saved as a folder in “Other Bookmarks.” The title of the page and the current date are used to create the title of the folder.
The extension has been tested for Blogspot/Blogger and WordPress blogs, and was designed primarily with those in mind. The extension will (generally) work on other blogging platforms such as Typepad and LiveJournal.
Certain Blogspot blogrolls have a pair of links for each item on the list: a link to a site and a link to the most recent post on that site. This extension ignores the second link (i.e. the link to a particular page).
This extension hides a Disqus comment section on a webpage.
The extension works in the background and requires no user intervention. The extension is always on, and hides the comment section as the page loads. To turn it off, go to chrome://extensions and uncheck “Enabled” next to the title of the extension.
Disqus Hider is not an official extension from Disqus.