Highlights New Articles Since Cracked Version Last Visit. #HackerNews#Since Cracked Accounts Hacker News + Since Cracked 2022 Latest Version = Better Hacker News Hacker News is one of the most popular social news websites geared towards the somewhat technology-oriented and somewhat geeky audience out there. Since its release, Hacker News has slowly become the go-to news aggregator for the computer and technology aficionados, hence, the target audience has accepted its quirky looks and feel. Despite this fact, keeping up to date with the latest news posts on the platform can prove to be a bit tricky (as most of us know, new articles are usually scattered all over the place in the feed). Hacker News + Since = Better Hacker News This is where Since comes into play. In short, Since is a Google Chrome extension that highlights new posts on the said website since your last visit. This is particularly useful for people who don't rely on RSS readers or other similar tools for staying up to date with the latest content from Hacker News. Appreciate it for its simplicity or wonder how much better it could become The extension can be installed from the Chrome Web Store with just a few mouse clicks, and it should work right off the bat, without any sort of operations required on your part. While this extension is definitely useful, we would have liked it even more if it provided its users with a few extra options. For example, the yellow color used to highlight the new posts is not bad, but having the ability to change it would have definitely been a plus. Conclusion All in all, Since is a very nifty little Chrome extension that has the potential to make the lives of most Hacker News fans a little bit better. It may be extremely simple, but even so, the extension is quite effective as it does its job quite well. Since Description: Highlights New Articles Since Last Visit. #HackerNews#Since In this video we will show you How to setup VNC on a remote machine to work just like if you were using a Full Screen Remote Desktop application ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Hey everyone, My name is Peter Cornelius and welcome to my channel, Boiler room TV. We specialize in creating Boiler room video content, so we will be doing mostly that today. But we also like to share our know-how with the Boiler Room community. a5204a7ec7
Color scheme: As per its name, Since is designed in a high contrast yellow color theme, making it easier to read the newsfeed contents. Once installed, the extension will automatically add a new tab to your Chrome browser, where the new posts will appear as a list. There are also options for changing the font and size of this list as well. New posts will be displayed beneath a "new items" section in the header and the footer, as well as on the top and bottom of the feed. The "new items" section will also have a search bar in it, so that you can find new posts more easily. Every new post in the list will be accompanied with a "read article" button at the bottom of it. While this feature might seem to be a little bit excessive, it is really an easy way to read the new posts without having to open them in a new tab or tab. The extension also comes with a widget that can be displayed on the dashboard page of the user, and it will add new articles to the list, as well as highlight them. The screenshot provided above shows the list of new articles that have been added and highlighted by Since, after a person has visited the website a few times. So overall, Since is a rather useful extension that has a lot of potential. In fact, we would have loved it even more if its developers added more features to it. Feedback and suggestions are highly appreciated, so do let us know your thoughts by sending your feedback to our Facebook page! Since Additional functionality: Few things that we have noticed and would like to add to this list: 1. Allow users to change the color of the list of new posts. The yellow color scheme does look pretty good, but we would have loved to have the ability to change the color of the extension itself. Perhaps it is asking too much, but still, we feel it could be a nice feature to have. 2. Add a search bar to the new items section. 3. Allow users to edit the articles that they have read to give the option to remove them from the list. Including that option is not really that big of a deal, but it would have been great if the list of new articles allowed the users to remove them. Conclusion There is a lot of potential with this extension, and the developers definitely need to pay attention to the feedback and suggestions that they have received.