Rule of Thirds ~ Google Chrome Extension ~ UPDATED

I’ve been meaning to do this for ages and I finally got around to it.

My Chrome Extension, Rule of Thirds, has finally been updated to fix the circles so that they are drawn fully again and I also added a fix to ignore images that are styled to be hidden (display: none). This fixes the issue on the new Flickr single page view where two grids were displayed (the offset one was displayed over a low resolution image that is hidden once the high resolution image is loaded).

If you haven’t already installed it then please head over to the Chrome Web Store and check it out:

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/rule-of-thirds/kgffnjnbbaoemeedbjbmkcclkpbdfblj

if you want to look at the source code then that’s on GitHub:

https://github.com/haggisandchips/RuleOfThirds

About Ivor Potter

Ivor is a keen amateur photographer. Having completed a project called 100 Strangers, Ivor now finds himself spending much of his time approaching people going about their daily lives to photograph them and find out a little about what makes them tick.
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