Unlink Tweet - Chrome Web Store
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Overview

Break autolinks such as URLs in selected tweet text

## Why? Did you experience various stuffs are linked unintentionally? For example, - method call such as 'receiver.foo()' - markdown file name such as 'README.md' - C's preprocessor macros such as '#include' - Ruby's instance variable '@foo' and/or global variables '$bar' If you experienced and felt it annoying, tools or library provided by this repository would help you. ## Usage You can easily remove auto links in selected text at twitter.com or mobile.twitter.com. The easiest way is using a context menu item. 1. Select your tweet text in a tweet form at twitter.com or mobile.twitter.com. 2. Right click 3. Choose 'Unlink Tweet Text' item It automatically update selected text with unlinked text. If you want to control what is unlinked, please click an extension icon at tool bar of Chrome when tweet form is shown. It shows a popup window with checkboxes and button. Please check what you want to unlink and click button. For technical reason, please select tweet text on https://twitter.com. This feature is also provided as web site and CLI. Please try them if you prefer. - https://rhysd.github.io/unlink-tweet - https://www.npmjs.com/package/unlink-tweet-cli ## Credit This extension is developed at GitHub repository. Please submit bug reports there. https://www.npmjs.com/package/break-tweet-autolink This extension is distributed under the MIT license. Copyright (c) 2019 rhysd

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  • Version
    0.2.1
  • Updated
    June 2, 2019
  • Offered by
    rhysd
  • Size
    132KiB
  • Languages
    English
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