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  Reply # 724511 29-Nov-2012 09:05
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I think this is going to be one of the things Im going to miss about not being with Xnet now.




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  Reply # 740543 6-Jan-2013 03:11
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I've released v1.4.0 of my Xnet Usage Monitor extension.

You can force Chrome to update to this by going Chrome > Tools > Extensions > Developer mode > Update extensions now.

Notes are below, but really it's just a spruce-up with an emphasis on calculating Standard Data and Free Data together in places. A couple of new options are enabled by default on the Options page... The new "Total Data Used" option probably makes Free Data Used and Standard Data Used redundant now!




v1.4.0 - 6 January 2013:
  • Added pop-up and tooltip options for Total Data Used; this is the equivalent of Free Data Used + Standard Data Used.
  • Added pop-up and tooltip options for Suggested Daily Usage.
  • Percentages and estimations are now calculated based on Total Data Used instead of Standard Data Used.
  • You can now hover over an option on the Options page to see a detailed explanation of the option.
  • Now requires Google Chrome version 23 or higher.

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