extension ExtPose

Sleek Read

Description from extension meta

A better, smarter and more readable web.

Image from store Sleek Read
Description from store Sleek reader enables a compact and clean look to the articles on the web to improve the reading experience.

Latest reviews

  • (2018-11-23) Aitor Rosell Torralba: It blocks some functions of twitter like the "notification-webview" by injectin css, which makes using twitter overall imposible to use because it injects a display:none to the notification and it turns invisible.
  • (2017-12-01) Gersivan Oliveira: Faltou opção para configurar estilo, cor e tamanho da fonte gerada.
  • (2016-12-03) Spell Caster: loved it

Latest issues

  • (2018-11-23, v:1.3) Aitor Rosell Torralba: This extension blocks some functions of twitter
    When you click on twitter a notification for example, a small "box" is created and the background obfuscated that shows the content of that notification, that would be the normal behavior, but whit your extension, and yes, only your extension, i had been through disabling all extensions and testing one by one which one was causing the problem, whit your extension the background is obfuscated but no "box" appears, and no notification can be read because the notification is inside that "box" after meddiling whit the dev tools i found that whit your extension, a css is injected that affectas the div of that box, the class of the div in question is "GenericNotificationDialog-modal modal is-autoPosition" and the css injected is " .modal { display: none; position: fixed; z-index: 999; left: 0px; top: 0px; width: 100%; height: 100%; background-color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0.4); overflow: auto; } " and what is causing the box to not appear is the "display: none;" part, for obvious reasons, it tells chrome to not display that element, the problem is that this not only blocks the notifications, for example, changing the profile photo, or even twitting to someone is imposible, a grand part of those "boxes" whit obfuscated background of twitter are bugged because your extension, and is not only twitter, other websites present the same behavior.
  • (2016-12-26, v:1.0) Fail
    "An error has occurred Package is invalid. Details: 'Could not decode image: 'icon-enabled.png''."

Statistics

Installs
117 history
Category
Rating
3.5 (4 votes)
Last update / version
2017-04-03 / 1.3
Listing languages
en

Links