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Support packaging Chrome extensions #207

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priezz opened this Issue May 23, 2016 · 9 comments

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priezz commented May 23, 2016

It wold be great to have the possibility to inject selected Chrome plugins into the app package. Is it possible to implement that?
As I use nativefier mostly for development, my idea is to have a few devtools preinstalled.

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jiahaog commented Jul 3, 2016

Hi, there are no plans to extend the app to support chrome plugins on a high leel, but you can use the --inject flag to run your own javascript

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jiahaog commented Jul 18, 2016

@priezz Are you referring to dev extensions or regular chrome extensions?

I think it might be possible to add chrome dev extensions to an electron app, as indicated here. Would someone like to look into it?

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priezz commented Jul 18, 2016

Yeah, I mean exactly dev extensions. Maybe will find time to take a look at it later, thanks.

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aexmachina commented Sep 7, 2016

There is a solution provided by Electron for this:

http://electron.atom.io/docs/tutorial/devtools-extension/

How would this be integrated into a Nativifier app?

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plcosta commented Oct 10, 2016

@aexmachina This solution works fine to me. I used with Trello and ColorTitlesTrello extension .

nativefier "https://trello.com" --name Trello -i ~/Downloads/trello.png --inject "/<user_home_directory>/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Extensions/hpmobkglehhleflhaefmfajhbdnjmgim/1.0.1_0/override.css"

Thanks!

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iamaziz commented Feb 13, 2017

Hi there, any update on this issue ?

@ronjouch ronjouch changed the title from Chrome plugins support to Support packaging Chrome extensions Apr 21, 2017

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johnnadratowski commented Nov 16, 2017

Love this project, started using it recently andit's fantastic.

I have a use case for an extension. I have nativefied my Gmail and would love to be able to use the Todoist extension for sending emails to Todoist in here.

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JuanCaicedo commented Dec 8, 2018

I found this tool, which might make some of it easier 😀 I'm not sure where that needs to be called, maybe within the scope that nativefier script runs in?

There is also more documentation about the underlying electron api

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