console-importer - Easily import JS and CSS resources from Chrome console.

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Open Chrome devtools console, a function named $i could be used to import JavaScript and CSS resources. Some websites like Google Inbox already have $i used as a global variable. This extension doesn't overwrite it.

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/console-importer/hgajpakhafplebkdljleajgbpdmplhie
https://github.com/pd4d10/console-importer

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tiza : ^2.0.0

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