extension ExtPose

Backtick (delisted)

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Description from extension meta

Powerful commands in your browser.

Image from store Backtick
Description from store Backtick is a console for bookmarklets and scripts. For a better explanation, try out the demo at http://backtick.ninja/. If you'd like to support the continued development of this extension, please consider making a donation in time by contributing on https://github.com/backtickbacktick

Latest reviews

  • (2018-12-13) 小齐: Not working : (
  • (2018-07-29) greg heil: Prolly my fault. But i cannot get interface working:(
  • (2015-03-24) Tanmay Rajani: Loved it. Can decrease extension size by using minified libraries.
  • (2014-12-28) Sanket Sonavane: Woooow!!!!! i am simply amazed at this amazing concept and i have just started playing with it and i will give this a try. You need to create some sort of a plugin page to list all the various commands. Some webpage for users add/share there commands.
  • (2014-02-06) Bariza Ben: m
  • (2014-02-04) Miko Simo: it is very good
  • (2014-02-01) Very slick! Nice for occasional but essential jobs.
  • (2014-01-27) AndrewDavidJ: Very neat extension, really loving the ability to create and add custom commands using gists.
  • (2013-11-30) Anh Quan Pham Vu: same the shortcut doesnt function
  • (2013-11-25) MedzVerse: The short cut that open the extension doesn't work !! me too
  • (2013-11-22) osaid alaraj: The short cut that open the extension doesn't work !!!
  • (2013-11-20) Marc Gordon: Nice!
  • (2013-11-19) Working well so far. Trying to explore the predefined commands!
  • (2013-11-05) Roman Glass: A very nice way to navigate through various commands. I always liked ubiquity, and this exploits the concept of textual navigation.

Latest issues

  • (2018-12-08, v:0.6.3) Jared Zimmerman: Any way to get this working on ChomeOS?
    The default hotkey ` doesn't seem to work and if you go and try to set something else, it doesn't stick


743 history
4.6 (35 votes)
Last update / version
2017-06-27 / 0.6.3
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