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Ferdy

Chrome Stop polluting the Chrome network inspector

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I'm a web developer, and as such I often have Chrome's network monitoring tab open. I often do extensive performance analysis studies on web sites and web apps.

What is annoying that the Evernote extension pollutes the network tab by injecting dozens of scripts. I have a few dozen extensions installed and only the Evernote one shows this behavior. A workaround for now is to use Incognito mode or to simply disable the extension, but I'm wondering if it's possible for the extension to just be less intrusive?

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@John Lianoglou Yes it does.

Does Evernote staff even follow this idea place at all? Not a single response in a month, pretty pointless to share feedback it seems.

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1 hour ago, Ferdy said:

Does Evernote staff even follow this idea place at all?

Developers do.  They don't usually go in for apologies or predictions on when the situation might be fixed.  If you'd like some specific feedback,  raise a support request...

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