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This is a discussion on [New Ext] XML Tree - User friendly XML view within the Chrome Plugins section, part of the Google Chrome category: Extension : XML Tree Developer : Josh Moont Latest Version : V 1.0 Download Latest Version : http://files.getdropbox.com/u/598146/xmltree.crx Description : ...


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    Default [New Ext] XML Tree - User friendly XML view

    Extension : XML Tree

    Developer : Josh Moont

    Latest Version : V 1.0

    Download Latest Version : http://files.getdropbox.com/u/598146/xmltree.crx

    Description : A simple extension to view XML files in a user friendly
    format - with opening and closing nodes.
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    This is very useful and it's actually something that I once tried to code.

    Thanks for sharing with us ! It's a great extension.

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    OH GOD THANK YOU.
    I started trying to write something like this but I didn't get very far. xD
    Glad to see I was beaten to it.

    Wow it even ignores formating styled XML pages. Nice. :3
    Is there a chance you could add a page action for styled XML pages to remove the styling and view the tree instead?
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    new updated version available.
    much faster rendering and support for larger files.

    same link: http://files.getdropbox.com/u/598146/xmltree.crx

    please feedback.
    Josh

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    Tip: If you change:
    "matches": ["http://*/*"],
    To:
    "matches": ["http://*/*", "file://*/*"],
    In "manifest.json"
    Then xmltree works for local files too!

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    Ah man this is nice, thx very much, really usefull ! :=)

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinsen View Post
    Tip: If you change:

    To:

    In "manifest.json"
    Then xmltree works for local files too!
    They actually enabled that?
    Last I checked, file:// wasn't an allowed protocol in matches. (That was a few versions ago though.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by twinsen View Post
    Tip: If you change:

    To:

    In "manifest.json"
    Then xmltree works for local files too!
    Sorry for the newbie question, but where do I find manifest.json so I can modify it?

    I could really use a chrome xml viewer that works on local files. I am so tired of waiting for firefox to load.

    Thank you,
    John

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    in WinXP, the extension folder is located here

    C:\Documents and Settings\user\Local Settings\Application Data\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions

    manifest.json is located in the XML Tree folder

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    Just for a bit more clarification the XML Tree folder will be a jumble of letters.
    If you have a bunch of extensions and themes you can find the name of the folder by going to here.....
    chrome://extensions/
    ...just put that in the url bar, omnibox or woteva its called, it will be the ID of the extension

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