Synballo

Synballo 0.6.4 CRX for Chrome

A Free Productivity Extension

Published By synballo.xport.top

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Synballo for Chrome

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Tech Specs

  • • Type: Browser Extension
  • • Latest Version: 0.6.4
  • • Price: Freeware
  • • Offline: No
  • • Developer: synballo.xport.top

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Download Count

  • • Total Downloads
  • 5
  • • Current Version Downloads
  • 5
  • • Updated: December 23, 2022

Synballo is a free Productivity Extension for Chrome. You could download the latest version crx file and install it.

More About Synballo

✔️ Open-source
✔️ 100% secure and private
✔️ No copy-paste required
✔️ Easy and fast settings
✔️ Works with all websites

➕ over 8,000 symbols
➕ syncs with your browser profile
➕ regular expression (RegEx) compatible search
➕ gender/skin/hair search filters
➕ reset recent
➕ set recent limit (10 - 100)
➕ set any category as default
➕ set last visited category as default
➕ copy to clipboard delay
➕ show/hide info messages
➕ best optimized

Synballo — is an extension for web browsers that provides convenient toolkit and the greatest set of symbols (>8000). The smallest extension in it's niche and the most optimized. Choose symbols you like, Synballo auto-save it to recently used and syncs across devices. Choose text field on any website and pick symbol in Synballo. That's it, no need to copy-paste! Regular expression compatible search. Flexible settings. Open-source. 100% security and privacy. No ads.

Choose any text field on any website, click Synballo icon in Extensions and click search or press the Tab key on your keyboard to input a search query. Use regular expressions for comlex queries: starts with, ends with, escaping special characters, groups and ranges, quantifiers, four types of assertions

Examples:

Show all: .*

Starts with: ^man (symbols that starts with "man")

Ends with: man$ (symbols that ends with "man")

Escape special characters: \* (escape asterisk); \(.*\) (symbols with round brackets in description)

Groups and Ranges: ^[a-c|d-f] (symbols that starts with a letter from "a" to "c" or "d" to "f"); hand[^s] (for "hand" without letter "s")

Quantifiers: \d{2,} (two or more than two numbers in description)

Look ahead: raised(?=.*hand) ("raised" followed by "hand")

Look behind: (?

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