You can open the settings page and set the "Primary line in presets listing" option to "Description" and see if that works for you.
I'm sorry, but you must've misunderstood what this extension is (and isn't). As the description in the webstore says, it only re-sizes the window to emulate a screen resolution. Nothing more, nothing less.
However, even though it doesn't (and can't, because Chrome doesn't allow it) re-size the viewport, you can configure presets to apply the desired dimensions to the viewport by re-sizing the window and make it as wide and as tall as needed in order for the viewport to have the specified dimensions.
For example, if you want the viewport to be 1024 x 768, you set those dimensions in a preset's settings and you set the "resize target" to "viewport". When used, the extension will automatically re-size the window to something around 1040 x 856 (depends on OS and wether you have the bookmarks toolbar on or off) in order for the viewport to be 1024 x 768.
I hope this clears things up!
I'm pretty sure that you can't. The extensions are among the last things Chrome loads when it starts (so pretty late in the start-up process) and there is no API as far as I know to enable an extension to do something based on command line arguments.
I just published an updated version that will fix this issue (and a couple others). It should be available in an hour or so but you won't receive any notice... This update is pretty small so I decided not to bother people with the release notes...
P.S.: If you want to check if you received the update, you can go to Settings > about and check the version. The new one is 2.6.2.
First of all, I apologize for the late response.
Unfortunately, that is a known issue with Chrome on Windows (and other Windows apps). Apparently, even if you disable the drop shadows, some Windows functions still report the windows' size as if the shadows are there. After a quick search I found this answer to a Stack Overflow question which talks about something I believe might be related to Chrome's issue:https://stackoverflow.com/a/32645155/867743
Another Windows app which I personally noticed suffers from the same problem is Monosnap (https://monosnap.com/), a screen capturing utility which has the option to take a screenshot of a single window...
I was thinking about hard-coding the drop shadow size into the preset dimensions on windows, but I never got the chance to do it (and do it right, with a option for the users to be able to disable that or maybe even customize it to match custom windows themes that might have a different shadow size). Hope I'll get the chance to do it sooner rather than later...
The viewport is the area of the web page, excluding any other browser UI (tabs, address bar, borders, etc) while the window is... well, the whole window! :)
Sorry, there's no plan to publish it for the Tor browser at this time...Maybe in the future...
I'm sorry for the late response! Have you tried using the "Open as popup" feature?
Fixed, but not released yet! The fixed version will only be available in a few hours!
...not sure why it's working for Clint! :D
I'm not even going to start explaining how absurd your request is and why it doesn't matter...
I just added an `aria-label` attribute to those buttons so you can sleep well! :)
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