Keep track of all your old extensions, as well as current and past states of the extensions still installed. “Extension log” logs when an extension is installed, uninstalled, upgraded, enabled or disabled.
View all these informations in a table sorted by name, state (enabled, disabled, uninstalled), extension type, or id. With a list of events associated with each extension ever installed (as long as “Extension log” is always enabled).
Aside from its main purpose, “Extension log” records a log of the date and version of every chrome update.
EL allows you to save extensions packages in its original format or as a zip file.
Badge used to warn user when an event occurs: now fully functional.
You can now import options, and chrome version history from a backup. Import of events is still in beta.
Extension packages can be saved as CRX and/or ZIP files.
The list of current permissions for all extensions is displayed in the tooltip of their version number.
Added support to download CRX packages.
Some minor fixes and layout improvements.
Stable version. Still missing import data feature. Almost done but development halted at least for several weeks. Sorry.
Still in beta, but shouldn’t crash.
I really love it! Thank you so much for the author and please continue to improve it!
OOOOOMMMMMGGG. I love this thing. Great for tracking stuff down.
I love this extension and it has become quite a necessity for me. It broke down a while ago so I stopped using it but couldn’t find a replacement. Once an extension starts to not work, I tend to discard it and move on especially if the dev isn’t active. This was one of very very few extensions that I missed once it stopped working and I’ve ended up removing and reinstalling several times before I decided to try contacting the dev in hopes he could help me to get it working. Let me just say, within less than a day of emailing him the log data, he had it working again. 5 stars for an awesome and useful extension and a million stars for great support and care.