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Is there any google chrome extension that lets you manage other extensions?So that you can disable and enable them by just one click Because I have many extensions installed in my chrome browser but I do not use them everytime. So I disable them, then enable them later using the bookmark with this address:

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so what is your problem then? you want an extension which mimics the built-in extension manager? or you just want to call the built-in extension manager faster? – akira Apr 27 '10 at 5:30
Even if you had an addon to do this, it would still require a few clicks. Why not just use the extension manager with a bookmark as you are now? – Xanny Apr 27 '10 at 18:11
yep, just wondering if there is an extension like that – Ieyasu Sawada Apr 27 '10 at 22:32

Disable All Extensions Plus now does this:

Disable all extensions in one click, or enable all extensions in one click. you also can enable or disable or uninstall the extensions one by one.

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If you'd like fast enable/disable or opening extension/app options pages via the keyboard, you can use Ferro: The Keyboard Interface to Chrome

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As far as I know there is no extension like that.

How about AutoHotkey? It's useful anytime you want to automate a process but there is no API you can easily use.

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