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URL Alias

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Set URL aliases ('m/' goes to 'mail.google.com')

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Description from store A handy Chrome extension to set URL aliases. ("m/" goes to "mail.google.com" etc) ## Features #### Static aliases m (Alias) -> https://mail.google.com (Redirect) #### Dynamic aliases You can use ### as a placeholder and anything matching that pattern will be replaced. Example: --- r/### (Alias) -> http://reddit.com/r/### (Redirect) #### Aliases synced with Google Account All settings are synced with Google and available even if you change computers. Source: https://github.com/karan/chrome-url-alias

Latest reviews

  • (2020-09-03) Nicolas Cardiles: Doesn't seem to work any more.
  • (2017-11-07) Elisei Kulikovsky: Is it possible to use real alias, e.g. "m", not "m/"? Like in URL Alias for FF.
  • (2017-04-15) Sy Maçoku: Thanks for this extension. :)
  • (2016-06-16) doesn't work
  • (2016-03-20) Andrey Zakharov: Doesn't seem to work with non-Latin characters, which is a huge diappointment. After investigating further, works fine if you manually resolve the IDN. Still not cool, I might submit a patch later.
  • (2015-11-04) Josue Rios: It works. Though I don't know what the underwear logo is for...
  • (2015-11-03) Aakash Sethi: Cloud-based, extensible extension to alias URLs. Does things that /etc/hosts + rsync only dreams of. Linux torvalds needs to get on his cloud game.

Statistics

Installs
1,328 history
Category
Rating
3.6 (8 votes)
Last update / version
2015-08-26 / 0.0.1
Listing languages
en

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