MuteTab is a Chrome extension that gives you enhanced control over your browser's sound. Features include mute by default, blacklists, and an experimental music ducking feature. More info at mutetab.com.
Installing from Source
Developer modeis checked
Load unpacked extension...
- Locate and select the directory with the
manifest.jsonfile in it
You must have Node.js installed to build the extension.
- Install the dependencies:
Build the extension from
npm run build
Build continuously as files change:
The entry point for the extension's background page is
src/js/background.js. It is responsible for communicating the list of open tabs to the client when requested.
The entry point for the extension's front-end is
src/js/client.jsx. The client is written using React.
Both these files are bundled using Browserify (running a JSX transform for the client scripts) into
build/js. At runtime, the extension uses only files from
Run the test suite by enabling the extension and going to chrome-extension://jopkojhkkeglfnolgoojbfdoimpnllfd/build/html/test.html. Note that running the tests will clear out your preferences and that you will need to click 'Restore defaults' or restart the extension before using it again. (There are some hidden settings that will cause the extension to behave abnormally.)
This code is licensed MIT.
The structure and UI started as a fork of Chrome Fast Tab Switcher, which is Copyright (c) 2014 Michelle Tilley under the MIT license.
It also includes a large amount of Streamkeys code (currently unused) which is Copyright (c) 2014 Alex Gabriel under the MIT license.