Extensions designed to enrich your browsing experience

CursorAdjust 2.0

Here's a little surprise for those of you who – like me – prefer having the arrow cursor instead of a text-beam over non-editable website text :up: …

This has probably been the fastest conversion from .oex to .crx ever made.

CursorAdjust used to be tiny, but since Chromium supports the inclusion of not only JavaScript, but also CSS files out of the box, it's minimalistic now.

It consists of three files only:

  • manifest.json (mandatory file defining & describing the extension)
  • the icon &
  • a CSS file, which only holds body{cursor:default;}

Since there's nothing in it which could possibly fail and hence would require you guys to test it, I already uploaded it to Opera's catalog yesterday evening.

If you don't want to wait for it to be published, you can grab a copy :cheers:


Comments on: "CursorAdjust 2.0" (4)

  1. anonymous said:

    Anonymous writes:Acid test fail

  2. christoph142 said:

    True, because test 47 checks if the cursor is "auto", but it's set to "default".But honestly: I won't "fix" this because that's the extension's purpose!

  3. Hallo Christoph. "Daumen hoch", nette Idee 🙂

  4. christoph142 said:

    Freut mich, wenn es dir gefällt 😉

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