Update your Twitter status right from Chrome's Omnibox (URL bar).
Update your Twitter status right from Chrome's Omnibox (Omnibar, Awesomebar, URL bar, location bar, etc.).
Usage: Type "tw [your Tweet here]" into the Chrome Omnibox to easily Tweet from whatever web page you're on.
* Start by highlighting Chrome's Omnibox (Ctrl-L on PC or ⌘-L on Mac).
* Type "tw" (without the quotes).
* Hit spacebar.
* Type out your Tweet
* Hit enter.
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Get the source code: https://github.com/dwyer/chromnitweet
Useless fact: Chromnitweet is a portmanteau of Chrome, Omnibox and Tweet.
* Updated twitter-text.js to v2.0.0. The character count should now be correct for all languages.
* Fixed notifications.
* Bumped character limit to 280. Note: the character count may be inaccurate for non-English tweets. This will be fixed as soon as Twitter's new character count algorithm is fully understood.
* Fixed "remaining characters" count to account to URL shortening.
* Changed logo.
* Made the character count message more descriptive.
* Replaced the old non-working webkit notifications API with the new Chrome rich notifications API.
* Added permission to access twimg.com to display user profile photos in notifications.
* Workaround for bug in Chrome 31 detailed at https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=310870.
* Updated to comply with Chrome and Twitter API changes.
* Changed success and error notifications to make them more meaningful.
* Compiled the OAuth library to make it as small and fast as possible.
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