HappyPath 3.2 CRX for Chrome or Chromium

Free Productivity Extension

Published & copyrighted by southernsunrise.net

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HappyPath App / Specifications

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48.74 KB

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Tech Specs

  • • Type: Browser Extension
  • • Version: 3.2
  • • Price: Freeware
  • • Offline: No
  • • File name: happypath.crx

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Download Count

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  • 2
  • • Current version downloads
  • 2
  • • Added: August 28, 2015
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HappyPath / Description

-- If you have any feedback or bug reports, you can contact me via the website link on this page --

You know what a bookmark manager does, right? HappyPath does the same thing for paths.

Instead of bookmarking www.google.com or www.bbcnews.com, HappyPath lets you bookmark only the path, e.g. /cms/login.html or /api/introspect. This is mostly so that enterprise CMS users and other lazy webadmins can gain access to the same tools across multiple websites, without having to type in the paths repeatedly. The company I currently work for has about 500 websites, all with the same paths to the same admin tools - so this saves me a lot of time. Maybe it will save you some too.

PORT SUPPORT!!! You're welcome, Internet. A port input field will be following along shortly.

Fix to re-enable context menu

Bug fixes
Updated for Chrome extension compliance

RegEx transformations: You can now add a RegEx transformation in this format:
{Label}>{RegEx URL match}<<<{Link to generate (with option attributes in this format: $n)}
For example:
Edit this page>(/pages/?id=)([0-9]{1,9}).*<<</editpage/?id=$2
If HappyPath finds a RegEx match on the current URL, it will create a link using the transformation path.

To do (in no particular order):
- Save domains as well as paths
- Customise query string variables
- Keep query string when switching paths
- Better path management: improved UI, grouping, moving

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