extension ExtPose

Google Keep Window Resizer

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Resize windows in Google Keep

Image from store Google Keep Window Resizer
Description from store Allows to resize the active window in Google Keep The changes that you make to a note window's dimensions are persistent with respect to that particular session in Keep. Which is to say, by default (i.e., without this extension or before you resize anything), each time you open a note, Keep determines what size and position to make the window based on its contents. When you install this extension and resize a window, the dimensions that you select are subsequently applied to every note that you open, until you resize a note window again (at which point it goes forward with the new dimensions) or until you navigate away from Keep or close its tab (after which Keep reverts to its default behavior.

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  • (2019-11-26) Laura Timmel: Does just what it promises, and does it well. I'll think I'll keep it. Mostly insignificant FYIs for prospective users: The changes that you make to a note window's dimensions are persistent with respect to that particular session in Keep. Which is to say, by default (i.e., without this extension or before you resize anything), each time you open a note, Keep determines what size and position to make the window based on its contents. When you install this extension and resize a window, the dimensions that you select are subsequently applied to every note that you open, until you resize a note window again (at which point it goes forward with the new dimensions) or until you navigate away from Keep or close its tab (after which Keep reverts to its default behavior. The extension's second preview image is very slightly misleading. It shows "Edited 8:40 PM" at the bottom of the note's window, and since the note's content seems to end partway down the note, you might reasonably assume that the "Edited" text sticks to the bottom right of the window. Actually, that example note must have a few empty lines below the visible cursor, because how it actually works is that the "Edited" text comes immediately below the note's content. (In other words, if you have a one-line note and make the note box as tall as it will go, the "Edited" text will be right up at the top of the window.) Neither of these points are complaints or reasons not to use this extension; I only mention them to give you some idea of how the resizer works, since it's a bit short on description and doesn't currently have any other reviews.

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Rating
5.0 (1 votes)
Last update / version
2019-11-26 / 0.1
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