< Plasma Revision as of 08:22, 9 April 2020 (view source)Broulik (talk | contribs) (Added some features that were added in the meantime)← Older edit Revision as of 14:37, 18 May 2020 (view source) Broulik (talk | contribs) (→How to help: Change URL to GitLab)Newer edit → Line 42: Line 42: For help and suggestions, you'll find us in #plasma on Freenode IRC. For help and suggestions, you'll find us in #plasma on Freenode IRC. −You can also [https://cgit.kde.org/plasma-browser-integration.git browse the source code] and clone it from git://anongit.kde.org/plasma-browser-integration.git+You can browse the source code on KDE's GitLab instance: https://invent.kde.org/plasma/plasma-browser-integration <!-- TODO add some paragraph on how to load the extension from file system for testing local changes --> <!-- TODO add some paragraph on how to load the extension from file system for testing local changes --> <!-- TODO add Troubleshooting section --> <!-- TODO add Troubleshooting section --> Revision as of 14:37, 18 May 2020 This project aims to provide better integration of web browsers with the Plasma desktop. Contents 1 What is it? 2 How to install 3 Privacy 4 How to help What is it? Plasma Browser Integration is an extension for common browsers to closer fit into the Plasma shell. This includes: Media Controls Lets you control video and audio players in websites using the Media Controller plasmoid, media keys on your keyboard, and even remotely from your phone Send links via KDE Connect Adds a context menu entry to links enabling you to send them to your phone and other paired devices Show downloads in and control them from Plasma’s notification area Optionally store address a file was downloaded from in its metadata Let websites prompt for sharing contents to other applications Find browser tabs in the Run Command (Alt-Space) window Make sure the "Browser Tabs" module is enabled in Plasma Search (KRunner) settings How to install The extension consists of two parts: The browser extension: A regular extension to be installed in your browser: For Google Chrome, Chromium, and Vivaldi: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/plasma-integration/cimiefiiaegbelhefglklhhakcgmhkai For Mozilla Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/plasma-integration/ For using the extension from source code: For Google Chrome, Chromium, go to chrome://extensions, enable "Developer Mode", click "load unpacked extension" and point it to the "extension" directory in the folder where you downloaded the source code For Mozilla Firefox: go to about:debugging, "This Firefox", "Enable add-on debugging", click "Load Temporary Add-on" and point it to the "manifest.json" file within the "extension" directory in the folder where you downloaded the source code The native host: An application that runs on your computer that the browser extension talks to: It should be available as a package from your distribution. If building from the source into a custom prefix, you will want to build with -DCOPY_MESSAGING_HOST_FILE_HOME to install the files firefox/chrome need See Chrome documentation and Firefox documentation for where the native host and its accompanying configuration file must be placed in. Privacy Everything is handled on your PC between the browser and your desktop, no additional data is sent via the web. How to help If you find an issue, please check the list of open bugs and then file a bug report. For help and suggestions, you'll find us in #plasma on Freenode IRC. You can browse the source code on KDE's GitLab instance: https://invent.kde.org/plasma/plasma-browser-integration Retrieved from "https://community.kde.org/index.php?title=Plasma/Browser_Integration&oldid=88278" Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.