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Locate last link you clicked on the current page.

Image from store WhereWasI
Description from store 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/

Latest reviews

  • (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!


4.0 (3 votes)
Last update / version
2016-09-21 /
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