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A Chrome extension to help you keep tabs on info you want to monitor. Great for a TV.
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TabCarousel

by Benjamin Oakes

A Chrome extension to help you keep tabs on info you want to monitor. It's great for cycling through tabs on an external display, like a TV.

Have an idea to make TabCarousel better? Find a bug? Having a problem? Please submit an issue or contribute changes by forking on GitHub.

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Maintenance Status

Buzz

From Twitter

Putting stats on a monitor; the TabCarousel Chrome extension is just the ticket chrome.google.com/webstore/detai…

— Matthew Ogle (@flaneur) October 10, 2011

Easy corporate/dept. dashboard: big TV w/PC, @gooddata reports in separate Chrome tabs, run TabCarousel, hit F11 for full screen. Voilà!

— Tom Russell (@triiimit) September 21, 2011

Cicla tabs de Chrome automáticamente. Muy útil para Big TV Screens. chrome.google.com/webstore/detai…

— Fernando Zunino (@fzunino) October 22, 2012

Thanks to @benjaminoakes for TabCarousel. Just setup on the @newrelic agent team dashboard! chrome.google.com/webstore/detai…

— Darin Swanson (@darinrs) - NewRelic Director of Engineering February 20, 2013

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Installing

Available on the Chrome Web Store

Installation is simple: visit the Chrome Web Store page and click "Install". Chrome will take it from there.

Tutorial

TabCarousel is simple: open tabs you want to monitor throughout the day, then click the toolbar icon. To stop, click the icon again.

By default, TabCarousel will flip through your tabs every 15 s, reloading them every 5 min. It's great on a unused display or TV. Put Chrome in full-screen mode (F11, or cmd-shift-f on the Mac) and let it go.

If you want to change how often TabCarousel flips through your tabs, right click on the toolbar icon and choose "Options".

Example Uses

On a HDTV that has a computer attached, open the NewRelic overview (and Background Tasks, etc.) for each app you'd like to monitor. Set NewRelic to kiosk mode for each page, then hit the "TabCarousel" toolbar button.

The TabCarousel wiki has more.

Thanks

License

GPLv2. See LICENSE for a copy

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