Creates a keyboard shortcut (Ctrl + Shift + C) which copies links for selected tabs
Saving a large number of tabs can after a particularly fervent browsing session can sometimes be quite a hassle. Copy and pasting back and forth between your browser and text field. Now you can copy the web url and web page title as one single formatted link for every highlighted tab in the current window. In chrome, you can highlight multiple tabs the same multiple selection is typically handled, either by holding down control and selecting individual tabs or shift to select a range. Using the new keyboard shortcut, Ctrl + Shift + C, add all the links to your clipboard and paste them wherever you like with the standard paste operation. You can follow or fork the extension at GitHub https://github.com/KyleMit/ChromeCopyTabs All code is open source and protected by the MIT developer licence (c) 2013 Kyle Mitofsky
- (2018-07-24) Abby Fichtner: Ctrl+Shift+C opens DevTools in Chrome
- (2018-07-03) Stan Duncan: Sounds like a good idea, but so far I haven't been able to make it work.
- (2016-04-29) Ita Speratur: key sequence brings up developer tools... wasted time...
- (2017-04-06, v:0.1) Stan Duncan: Only copies the Chrome Store ad
When I press the app, the web store ad for the app pops up. Nothing else. If i have many or no tabs open, it defaults to the page where I ordered it from. Any suggestions?
- (2016-04-29, v:0.1) Ita Speratur: making confliction
key sequence brings up developer tools for me too...
- (2014-12-30, v:0.1) Omar Ashraf: Ctrl+Shift+c
it shows the developer tools instead of copying. Is there any option to change the shortcut no to make confliction?
- (2014-01-03, v:0.1) Daniel Horowitz: key sequence brings up developer tools
key sequence brings up developer tools for me