It's apparently Code Blitz week here at Chomperstomp.com HQ. We've seen 5 blog posts in the last week, and code commits to no less than 4 open source projects (plus tons behind the scenes that I won't talk about just yet, but some neat stuff is coming...)
I finally fixed the Tab Edit Chrome Extension. Update and click "Restore Defaults" and it will work again. Still working on the problem of it not persisting the favicon selection though.
I have officially abandoned work on the JS Console Chrome Extension. It's absolutely pointless. Just hold shift when you hit enter while using the native JS Console and you can get multi-line functionality. That was the whole point of JS Console, so once I discovered this, I abandoned the project. I forgot to ever let anyone know though, so this is me making it official. I've made notes in all other relevant places as well.
Limeberry is coming along just swell. I've made some major improvements today. Gradient history swatches that when you hover over you can retrieve previous gradient code. Ditched all the PHP based code in favor of JS. Gave ability to change the number of gradient stops on the fly without a page reload (still doesn't preserve your previous stops/colors). LOTS more work to come on this. The more observant of you may notice that I'm updating the URL on the fly as you make changes. Yes, that's right, very very soon you will be able to bookmark swatches you create (or email/IM links) so you can save/load swatches. This is the project I'm most excited about right now, so this will be getting some love over the next few weeks. I'm hoping to turn this into a really nifty tool and even plop down the $10 I need to get it it's own domain. I've possibly even got another dev on board to design the page (rather than it just being ugly as hell the way it is now). Much much more to come...