electron-inject - Inject javascript into closed source electron applications e

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electron-inject is an application wrapper that utilizes the remote debug console to inject javascript code into electron based applications. For example, this can be pretty handy to enable otherwise unavailable features like the built-in developer console. Inject hotkeys F12:toggle devconsole and F5:reload into closed source apps with devconsole disabled.

https://github.com/tintinweb/electron-inject

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