atomic-chrome - Edit Chrome textareas in Atom

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Atom needs to be running for this to work. Note that the tab will open in the first launched instance of Atom.

https://goo.gl/Et0hwg
https://github.com/danhper/atomic-chrome

Dependencies:

codemirror : ^5.11.0
uuid : ^2.0.1

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