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Show DN: I just made a chrome extension for Dribbble users. Looking for beta testers!

over 3 years ago from , Designer at Flow

Hi Everyone! I've just pushed the publish button on my second Chrome extension. And this time, it's for Dribbble.

Drippo on Chrome!

Get it on the Chrome Web Store here!

Have you ever wanted to leave a :fire-emoji: :fire-emoji: comment on that ultra-futuristic-eastern-european-flat-boxes-with-shadows design?

Look no further!

Presenting Drippo : The ultimate dribbble shot and comment enhancer! With amazing features like:

  • EMOJI COMMENTS & DESCRIPTION!!!
  • HTML Autocomplete [for Dribbble's supported html tags - a, strong, em, code]
  • Shot Description Footer Templates [Save a reusable template for your dribbble shots]
  • Shot Preview [View a preview of your dribbble shot before posting it. Also works while editing or rebounding shots]

Made possible by the wonderful jquery-textcomplete plugin and a whole lot of free time (https://github.com/yuku-t/jquery-textcomplete)

Feedback/Bugs/Questions/Thanks! : @screenshake

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Get it on the Chrome Web Store here!

9 comments

  • Ed AdamsEd Adams, over 3 years ago

    I think Emoji is a nice concept, but the implemention shouldn't be up to a browser extension, IMO. Emoji support something should use the standardized syntax and be implemented by Dribbble internally so that it is supported sitewide.

    If a Dribbble user (Dribbbler?) doesn't have this extension and they scroll through comments, they're just going to see the text, right?

    The other features of this seem a lot more practical and useful, so I do think this is a good thing overall.

    2 points
    • Saransh Sinha, over 3 years ago

      Hey Ed, thanks for checking it out! I'm glad you liked it.

      And you've brought up a very common misconception. Dribbble actually has some basic support for emojis in their descriptions and comments. It's just that they need you to manually copy paste them from somewhere else.

      All Drippo does is allow you to type it, right inside Dribbble. So, in answer to your question, no, they won't just see the text. They'll see the text with all the emojis you could ask for.

      4 points
      • Ed AdamsEd Adams, over 3 years ago

        Awesome, I had no idea.

        I rescind pretty much everything, then! Thanks for responding.

        1 point
  • Andreas Ubbe Dall, over 3 years ago

    I'm so excited for all dribbble comments to be keys and flames......

    2 points
  • Afnizar Nur Ghifari, over 3 years ago

    Totally love it!!!!

    1 point
  • Saransh Sinha, over 3 years ago

    Hi Guys! I've just launched this weekend project into the wild. Here's what Drippo looks like in action :

    Drippo In Action

    1 point