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Hyper Gwent

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Description from extension meta

Detects and show tooltips for Gwent cards in the pages you visit.

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Description from store Hyper Gwent detects Gwent card names in the page you visit and highlights them. Hovering any card name shows the card art and description. The extension is fast. It is permissive and tries to match plurals, inexact spellings ("ciri dash" instead of "Ciri: Dash"), and even common appellation for cards ("ADC", "gigni" etc.). You can also choose on which sites the extension should run. Feature list: - Enabled on any website with a simple click. It is enabled by default on r/gwent, but can be enabled on messenger.com for example. - Includes all existing cards, up to date with the latest patch. - Recognizes abbreviations, acronyms, plurals, missing capitals, missing accents, missing punctuation, and common typos. - Non obstrusive. Add subtle highlights and does not break links. - Fast. You could enable it on any website, you would not feel it's here. About permissions: You may be worried by the permissions requested by the extensions. I did my best to limit the required permissions to the minimum. You can find a detailed explanation here: https://soreine.dev/hyper-gwent/faq/#security

Latest reviews

  • (2017-09-24) Preston Thompson: Great! Always impressed by the abbreviations and how little it gets hung up.
  • (2017-09-11) Luna Jett: Does exactly as advertised: well too.
  • (2017-08-14) T Byleth: Helpful even if you remember all the cards' abilities - dashed underline below the name of the card makes it easier to spot and distinguish from the remaining text. And if you need a quick reminder of the card's ability - simply hover over the name to get all the information you need. Amazing job!
  • (2017-08-11) Max Evans: If you play Gwent with any frequency then this is an extremely useful extension. If you don't play Gwent that much, or not at all, this might be the most useless extension ever made. It'd stil be a well made extension, it'd just be so pointless it would confuse you.
  • (2017-08-09) Nguyen Duc Anh: GOOD JOB
  • (2017-08-09) Vex Slasher: This extension is very well made, You just hover over a name from a card and it displays the image and the text for that card. It's really great especially if you can't remember which card someone was talking about just by the name.
  • (2017-08-09) Ilja Korhonen: Awesome :D

Latest issues

  • (2022-05-24, v:2.1.2) Thedinotamer Gaming: Does this extension work on twitch livestreams?
    or have I made that up in my head? it feels like I have a picture in my mind from a long time ago where I was able to hover above a card in a livestream and see the card picture together with the name and description. If this is supposed to work, it doesn't work anymore
  • (2022-05-24, v:2.1.2) Thedinotamer Gaming: Images won't load
    When I hover over a gwent card name on r/gwent for example, only the card description and name is shown with a black-ish translucent box where the card image is supposed to be beside it
  • (2021-08-26, v:2.1.2) T A: Make the extension work with all Gwent cards
    I think the extension should work on words like Amnesty even though they just have common words for names. Even if it's not in the context of gwent I'd rather just disable the extension if I'm reading something not Gwent related.
  • (2021-08-26, v:2.1.2) T A: Inconsistent Hyper Text
    Not all card names work. I kind of get it for cards like "Amnesty" where the word isn't necessarily a Gwent card. But even cards like "Cosimo Malaspina" don't work.
  • (2021-08-26, v:2.1.2) T A: Images don't load
    When I hover over hyperlink text, the images don't load. Only the text loads and there's a semi-transparent black box next to it where the image should be.
  • (2017-08-10, v:1.0.2) Chirrut Memewe: Can't install extension
    I can't get it to install because the "Package is invalid." and "'Could not load options page 'options.html'.'."


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5.0 (10 votes)
Last update / version
2019-05-11 / 2.1.2
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