BROKEN UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Recent changes to Windows 10 prevent Cortana from opening any browser other than Edge. Due to such, Chrometana will not be able to work.
With the introduction of Windows 10 to the general public, Bing use is growing rampant. Many aren't using Bing by choice, especially Cortana users. Chrometana aims to force all Bing searches made in Chrome to be redirected to a search engine of the user's choice
- Logo updated
v2.0.0 beta 2
- Ability to choose between "all searches" and "only Cortana searches" for redirection
- UI overhaul complete
- CSS bug causing buttons to disappear fixed by kyleladd
v2.0.0 beta 1
- Added "Go to (website)" functionality, you can now tell Cortana to go to any website you want by Claire Pitman
- UI overhaul by Maayan Kline and Courtney Tambling
- Updated Google logo
- Added custom search engines by kyleladd
- TravisCI implemented (obviously by kyleladd)
- JSHint added as the preferred linter
- "Go To (website)" toggle is broken, always on
- Clearing the "Custom Search Engine" field can be annoying at best
- The url replacement has been removed and replaced in favor of a redirect fall-back script by kyleladd. No more tab permissions!
- Moved from redirects to URL replacement and reload added by kyleladd
- Moved UI assets out of package to lower size. Options.html assets now load off of Chrometana.theo.li
- Major UI overhaul
- Fix for background running issues
- Actually removed welcome.html
- Three search engines are supported, those being Google, Yahoo, and DuckDuckGo.
- Download the code from here
- Navigate chrome to
- Check the
- Click on
Load Unpacked Extension...
- Select the folder containing the extension
HOW TO CONTRIBUTE
Want to contribute to Chrometana? Awesome! Feel free to make pull requests directly to the dev branch, or contact Theo with any questions at all at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Install dependencies
- Run jshint for linting tests
node_modules/jshint/bin/jshint --exclude ./node_modules .
Lead by Theo Browne
Logo designed by Preston Locke