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New GCP and One Number

December 13th, 2009 · 11 Comments · Google Chrome Extensions, PortableApps

I’ve released new versions of Google Chrome Portable and my One Number extension for Google Chrome.

Download links:

Of note is that with this release, the Google Chrome Extension Gallery will now work with Beta and Dev builds.  Have fun, and be sure to try One Number! 🙂

Google Chrome Portable Changelog:

  • Updated Dev to 4.0.266.0 and Beta to 4.0.249.30. Google Chrome Extension gallery is live!
  • Installer now shows the version of Chrome being downloaded.
  • Updated the sample INI with some new notes.
  • msvcr100.dll beta 2 is no longer required by the NSIS plugin. 200kb has been shaved off the launcher.
  • Changes to Portable Passwords to improve security and prevent possible vulnerabilities. If you were previously using Portable Passwords you will need to import your passwords to Chrome before updating, see the sample INI for notes on how to keep your saved passwords.
  • Fixed bug in NSIS plugin where memory was freed twice (oops).
  • Added EncryptPortablePasswords switch to INI, so you can choose to store saved passwords in plaintext. This may be useful if you already use an encryption solution such as TrueCrupt to protect your PortableApps and have no need for additional protection. This is also removes the need for a master password.
  • Installer window no longer shows. DialogEx is used instead for the master password prompt.
  • Tidied up some things in the launcher code (all language strings are in the appropriate NSH now).
  • Updated to PA.c Installer 1.0.1.

One Number Changelog:

  • Hopefully fixed Google App Domain support for GMail, added for GWave. Still “Not tested” quality, please give feedback.
  • Already read messages will no longer be shown in Google Voice preview.
  • GMail and Google Voice options to check for unread messages in all folders/labels, not just the Inbox.
  • You can now hide individual services’ unread counts from the main toolbar button.
  • Fixed bug where services could stop updating.

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11 responses so far ↓

  • 1 dar // Dec 14, 2009 at 5:55 am

    ???????? ???? ?? ???????? ?????????. ??? ?????? ?? ??????? .

  • 2 dar // Dec 14, 2009 at 5:56 am

    Add the sound of an incoming message. Or simply go to the counter.

  • 3 Bell // Dec 14, 2009 at 9:43 pm

    Hello, there is a problem. Some extensions can’t work in the pages that opened from One Number, such as gesture and smoothscroll.

  • 4 Todd // Dec 15, 2009 at 10:40 am

    I have the same issue as Bell, but the extension that does not work for me is Google Reader Plus. For some reason when I click the link in One Number to get to Google Reader, the settings from Google Reader Plus are ignored.

  • 5 Zork538 // Dec 15, 2009 at 12:26 pm

    Great idea, putting all your notifiers in one icon.
    But i was wondering is there a way to check both a gmail account and a Google apps domain account (Like in Google Mail Checker Plus). I think this feature should be not that hard to implement, because it can do both separately.

  • 6 mike // Dec 16, 2009 at 12:55 pm

    Needs: API tie-in to other Google services like Calendar, Tasks, Talk, Sidewiki, Notebook, Docs, and Picasa
    Maybe make them additional (non-default) options. I need these things on my Chrome anyways so why not collapse into one notifier?
    Sure only the top 3 might need notifications but it still would make sense to conserve space, to allow access to the others. Keep going as a matter of fact and include latitude or whatever else you can find an API for.

  • 7 Tate // Jan 1, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    I am using the One Number extension on Chrome for Linux. I love the extension. One issue: When I use the extension to go to gmail, the font is not correct. The default gmail font is replaced by a lighter, thinner font.

  • 8 john frederick // Jan 20, 2010 at 7:53 pm

    Mr. Bugglin,

    Thanks so much, I’m able to use my diigo extension on portable chrome. I’ve been waiting for this moment, thanks for all the work and development, congrats on getting hired.

  • 9 Nintendo Maniac 64 // Jan 20, 2010 at 9:00 pm

    lawl, why do I stumbled across you MZZT in the most random places… (this time on portableapps.com)

    And I don’t know if this is the case, but are you the maintainer of Chrome Portable on portableapps? If so, 😮

  • 10 Paulo // Feb 26, 2010 at 8:13 am

    Hello, I have installed your latest version (4.0.266.0) of Google Chrome, and have some problems in a Windows XP portable PC: after I open more than one window in Chrome, if I close just one, the whole thing crashes. The same if I click on links to download pdf or video files.

    Any ideas or hints?

    Thanks and keep up with the brilliant job!

    Paulo

  • 11 Shadal // Mar 21, 2010 at 5:23 pm

    This is an absolutely excellent extension! I have been using it on both Chrome for Ubuntu and Chrome for Windows… Everything has worked wonderfly so far! … I really hope to see more apps included soon (Eg. Buzz & Calendar)! — Thanks, keep up the great work!