extension ExtPose


Description from extension meta

Show links to existing PubPeer comments

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Description from store This plugin indicates PubPeer comments wherever they appear. A lightweight plugin to install and forget about. You will only notice that the plugin exists when it alerts you that an article has comments on PubPeer. *No affiliation with the PubMed nor any journals.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-04-03) John Lu: When using PubMed, the displayed article is another article, which is not accurate enough
  • (2019-12-18) Balázs Knakker: I love and highly appreciate PubPeer, but I find the way the extension works annoying and misguided. In particular, I am not interested in whether cited or linked papers on a page have comments on PubPeer or not. Really, never. I think it would make a lot more sense to just show the top bar if the currently viewed paper has comments on pubpeer. Perhaps comments of linked papers could get a little number in the app's icon, or just could be left out altogether.
  • (2019-11-18) Mahesh Miikael Karnani: New update is great! Love this plugin!
  • (2018-05-07) Danny Garside: Lovely idea. Unfortunately it doesn't seem to work. At all. Will keep installed, and update review if anything changes.
  • (2017-01-28) Zak Zik: I was waiting for such a extension for long time. It works on many websites. I don't have any noticeable delay since I added this extension (cf John Flournoy comment). Too bad, the comment section isn't open to everyone.
  • (2017-01-27) caztywc mpytz: Excellent idea but seems to be useless since : - you can't create anonymous account * - the only scientist that are allowed to post are the one who have published something *. (As everybody knows publishing is a sign of knowledge honesty and wisdom) * "All first and last authors of articles in our database can create an account." A simple flagging system, would have suffice to ban spammers and others low quality comments.
  • (2016-11-06) i H: 能看见评论,这是坠吼的!
  • (2016-10-03) John Flournoy: Very handy and convenient! One con: the api seems to take a long time to respond recently, which freezes pages for 30-60s. This may be idiosyncratic to my system, admittedly.
  • (2016-01-29) druid manus: if there is comment a little yellow bar showsup, if there are no comment you will not see the bar showing up... simple and working....
  • (2014-05-23) Nick Semenkovich: Injects Jquery in many sites, like in Gmail, wants too many permissions :(

Latest issues

  • (2016-10-05, v:0.1.6) Nancy Dong: Does not work
    Hello, The extension does not work. It looks like this has been a problem for a long time. Will this be fixed? Thank you! Nancy
  • (2015-11-16, v:0.1.5) Andrew Neff: doesn't work
  • (2015-08-31, v:0.1.5) Peiqiang Feng: doesn't work
    same as above
  • (2015-08-13, v:0.1.5) doesn't work
    same as above by Anne Van Dyk
  • (2014-10-20, v:0.1.5) Anne Van Dyk: doesn't work
    Installed in Chrome, looking in settings the extension definitely is there, but I don't see any pubpeer comments in PubMed, even when looking at articles that definitely have PubPeer comments (e.g. Electromagnetic Fields Mediate Efficient Cell Reprogramming into a Pluripotent State). Awesome idea for an extension - wish it worked!


10,869 history
3.6 (19 votes)
Last update / version
2020-11-11 / 1.6.0
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