Locate last link you clicked on the current page.
Have you ever experienced getting lost when you hit the back button? Like, all of a sudden, you stare at your screen and you wonder where you were looking at on the current page. This happens to me far too often when I am on wiki. After several hops away from the original wiki page, I go back to the original page, then I find myself lost, trying to get back to where I was reading originally. With WhereWasI? chrome extension, you can Locate the last link you clicked on the current page, by clicking on the WhereWasI icon, or by simply stroking ctrl+shift+f Try it now! Disclaimer: the 4-arrow icon of this chrome extension, or the WhereWasI? icon, was created by @adamwhitcroft. I do not own this icon. See details at Batch Icon http://adamwhitcroft.com/batch/
- (2015-08-07) Malcolm Cook: Exactly what I was looking for, except that, when links are SHIFT-clicked (and thereby open in a new tab), upon returning to the referring page the shift-clicked link does not blink when WhereWasI icon is clicked. Drat! Can fix? Oh, and, your 4 arrow icon is cute!