Installed. Today is the first day of the rest of my life.
You are a saint, sir, and I salute you.
Holy crap what a wonderful extension. Congrats on creating the first browse extension I've ever installed. Great site as well.
Awesome extension, well done :) It's pretty distracting the way scrolling the intab pane also scrolls the main window. It would be great if you could prevent this?
Awesome extension. I love the subtle "heads up, I'm here" you get when holding command-option.
One feedback item, though — your extension is leaking bootstrap classes. Site I'm working on uses a class called "icon-check", and when Intab is enabled, I'm seeing the bootstrap icon with the same class name drawn on top of my div.
Thanks for noting, going to fix this in the next release!
Can someone at least say what the extension does? Your bandwidth was exceeded :(
Thanks Allan, glad you like it!
Now just need to work on making it more stable (went from idea to shipping in like 5 hours so it could use some massaging).
Definitely sick Ian! Awesome job my man.
Seriously, you just made wide-screen displays make sense for the web for the first time.
What a beautifully simple idea.
This is maddeningly good. Thank you.
Just discovered this is an ideal tool to check out the responsive (smaller) versions of a website, by option + cmd + clicking on the logo of that site!
Wow, this is really awesome. Kudos
One suggestion: Use the same keyboard shortcut for toggling the intab. That way you can fast open and close the view. I love it already
Great idea. Was also thinking the escape key should close it.
I noticed with our service that you're not probably namespacing styles properly. I would suggest using really arbitrary base class names to avoid collision.
+1 for the escape key to exit. Maybe also add a shortcut to open the page in an actual tab (from your quick look mode).
Wow, the support for this extension has been overwhelming! Glad people are digging it. Shipped an update last night that has smoother resizing, escape shortcut to hide Intab and is generally more stable. Going to continue working on it and likely open source it so developers that are much sharper than me can contribue.
Just what I wanted. Bravo!
Nice, big fan
Fantastic - I was looking for a way to DRY up my Command + W behavior, and this is perfect for that. Thanks!