Monday, March 29, 2010

Turn Off the Lights extension

The latest new version of the Turn Off the Lights extension is now online.
It is a extension for you Google Chrome browser. When you click on the bulb icon. The entire page will be fading to dark, so you can watch (focus) video as if you are in the cinema. For example, you can see videos from YouTube or other video sites. And click again, it return back as normal.

But what is new:
- New fade effect engine. New redesign option page with sample view
- Option for fade in and fade out effect
- Option to show playlist, channel name
- Option to show all flash
- Add new languages (38 languages supported)
- Fix language text tawain
- Support ustream.tv, blip, muzu.tv, flickr video and gallery photo, Gizmodo
- Fix bug autoplay in HTML5

If you already install this extension, then you use the latest version. If you are a beginner user of Google Chrome, you can install the extension from here.

Also thank you again for the feedback and translate this extension!

Sunday, March 28, 2010

Google Friend Connect

Today i add the Google Friend Connect here to my blog. So you readers, can easy follow my blog. About my latest products, updates...

How do I become a Follower of this blog?
There are several ways to become a follower of this blog. One of the easiest ways is to visit my blog and click on the "Follow" button under the "Followers" widget.
You'll then see a popup window with the options to either follow publicly or privately.
Select how you'd like to follow the blog, then click the "Follow this blog" button. It is that simple, you are now a follower of the blog! If you elected to follow the blog publicly, your profile picture will be displayed on the blog with a link to your Blogger profile by adding the blog to your Reading List on the dashboard.

More information about the Follow a blog, read this.

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Congrats to Dragontatt, our newest Top Contributor!

Dragontatt joined the Google Help forum on February 21, 2009, and he’s been an awesome community member ever since. He’s thoughtful, patient, and polite, and he always follows up with you once he joins the conversation. He knows Google Chrome inside and out and shares his knowledge with the rest of us. In short, he makes the forum a better place to be, and we’re lucky to have him. Thanks Dragontatt, and congratulations on becoming a Top Contributor.

Thanks StevePaul!

This week's Chromie of the Week is StevePaul, an extremely knowledgeable, long-time member of the Google Chrome Help forum. As Stefan vd says,

"The next person that must be come 'Chromie of the Week' is StevePaul. Because he is one of the oldest forum member i know, from since 1/30/09. He is a helpful Uber Chromie that help other user with his Chrome problems, it give you the right solution and with a solution reference link. Example here a particular threads about the help i like."

StevePaul is also a Senior Member at the third-party forum Chrome Plugins (you can view his discussions here). People love his help over there, too. They told him, "It's good to see someone mature and intelligent on the forums!" and "You should really, become a blog writer. Your posts are always helpful, and long with good grammar. So you'll be perfect!"

Congratulations, StevePaul. Thanks for contributing to the Google Chrome community!

P.S. We don't have a good picture of you, so we'll just share this cool stop-motion video in your honor:

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

The Developer from Antwerp: Stefan vd

Stefan vd is our first ever Chromie of the Week. Not only is he really helpful in the forums, but he also develops his own extensions.


In the words of Dragontatt:
"I noticed Stefan vd first from his extensions. Then I noticed he joined the forum to let users know his extension had been corrected to fix some problems with Chrome. Since then, he has posted full time here, and has offered some very useful solutions to our users, and he always follows up with his posts to answer more questions and offer solutions. I am glad he has joined us."

Congrats, Stefan vd!

Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Review: Turn Off the Lights

Here a review about the Google Chrome Extension Turn Off the Lights.


Download this extension click here.

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