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This is another in my link copying series. Frankly, I use this considerably less than the others. I found it before I found Copy Link Text, and used it intermittently for a while hoping it would meet my needs. I keep it around, simply because it's relatively unobtrusive.
How often used: Almost never, now that I found Copy Link Text.
Live without it factor: I pretty much forgot I had it installed until writing this post. So, yeah, I could live without it.
CSSViewer is another very helpful tool for Web development. Once you tap the toolbar button, it gives you a floating window with the CSS properties of anything you hover over. Love it!
How often used: I use this in spurts, when I'm doing Web development. Since that's not my full-time gig, it means I can go a month or more without using this.
Live without it factor: However, when I am doing Web development, this is very helpful and I couldn't live without it.
Email this page (by Google)
Email this page is another of those must-have-it extensions. I am regularly sending Web page links to various members of the teams I'm involved with, and this is a surprisingly big time-saver over cutting and pasting the link. The real value, though, is I can select a chunk of text, tap the toolbar button, and have that text show up in the body of the message.
How often used: Daily, throughout the day.
Live without it factor: I could live without it, but since a similar function exists on Firefox, I'd probably have stayed with Firefox if this wasn't available in Chrome.