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Chrome Bookmarklet: Google Chrome Dual View - Split your Google Chrome browser (JavaScript Plug-in)

September 20, 2008 18:02 PDT

Posted by Andrew.

Google Chrome Dual View is a Bookmarklet (Javascript plug-in) that developed by chromeplugins.org. with this plugins, you can split your Google Chrome browser in same tab. The description from chromeplugins.org:

This will enable you to create 2 side by side “panels” in Chrome in the same tab so you can browse two sites at once side by side.

See examples:

Google Chrome Plugin: Google Chrome Dual View

Install Google Chrome Plugin: Dual View Plugin

Install Google Chrome Dual View plugin is very easy, just simply drag and drop the following in your bookmarks:

Chrome Dual View

  1. Make sure your bookmark shows on browser(Click menu: Tools -> Always show bookmarks bar)
  2. Drag and drop the above link in your bookmarks:
  3.  install Google Chrome Dual View plugin

     install Google Chrome Dual View plugin

     install Google Chrome Dual View plugin

How to use Google Chrome Dual View?

  • Click Chrome Dual View on your bookmarks bar.
  • A pop-up box asks for the first URL which will be the left panel, enter the first URL and then click OK
  • A pop-up box will ask for the second URL which is the right panel, enter the URL and then click OK

Thanks chromeplugins.org.

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#1  posted on October 08, 2008 22:14 PDT
doesn't work. Am I missing something? nothing happens when I click the bookmark after dragging it into the toolbar
replied on October 09, 2008 18:07 PDT:
Hello Stu, I just fixed this problem. please delete the old bookmarklet, and then re-drag the link to the browser bookmarks bar.

#2  posted on October 09, 2008 16:56 PDT
ditto
replied on October 09, 2008 18:08 PDT:
fixed. please reset it.

#3  posted on October 15, 2008 23:02 PDT
It doesn't work for me, I got no clue why its not loading.

#4  posted on October 27, 2008 04:22 PDT
I've installed it all right - but I just get one site doubled - I can't get two sites at once

#5  posted on October 27, 2008 04:22 PDT
I've installed it all right - but I just get one site doubled - I can't get two sites at once

#6  posted on October 29, 2008 22:37 PDT
Note: websites entered needs http:// prefix for script to work...

#7  posted on November 04, 2008 14:15 PST
Now it works... nice plugin

#8  posted on November 04, 2008 16:19 PST
1. Now, how to close second (right) pane?
2. It would be nice to be able to move splitter to the left/right.
3. There is no way to see right pane's URL. I guess, it should show URL of a currently selected (clicked?) pane, not the URL of a left pane all the time.

#9  posted on December 30, 2008 10:36 PST
There is another Dual View tool caled Split Screen: http://podobne.pl/splitscreen/ (you don't need JS)

#10  posted on June 13, 2009 19:16 PDT
Nothing happens when i click on the bookmark after dragging it....
help please ><"

#11  posted on August 20, 2009 00:11 PDT
Nice ......Its working great for me

#12  posted on August 30, 2009 19:00 PDT
andrew,i do that,and again i click the bookmark after dragging it into the toolbar...not works!!!

#13  posted on October 23, 2009 15:10 PDT
Awesome i have been looking for something like this all day. Works great. Thanks.

#14  posted on January 16, 2010 04:30 PST
javascript:A14nH=location.href;L3f7=prompt('Choose%20File%201',A14nH);R1Gh7=prompt('Choose%20File%202',L3f7);if(L3f7&&R1Gh7){Fr4Q='<frameset%20cols='*,*'> <frame%20src=''+L3f7+''/>';Fr4Q+='<frame%20src=''+R1Gh7+''/> ';Fr4Q+='</frameset>';with(document){write(Fr4Q);void(close())}}else{void(null)}

#15  posted on January 16, 2010 04:30 PST
javascript:A14nH=location.href;L3f7=prompt('Choose%20File%201',A14nH);R1Gh7=prompt('Choose%20File%202',L3f7);if(L3f7&&R1Gh7){Fr4Q='<frameset%20cols='*,*'> <frame%20src=''+L3f7+''/>';Fr4Q+='<frame%20src=''+R1Gh7+''/> ';Fr4Q+='</frameset>';with(document){write(Fr4Q);void(close())}}else{void(null)}

#16  posted on February 01, 2010 06:00 PST
Nothing happens, not even the prompt window asking me the url.

#17  posted on February 15, 2010 01:47 PST
This doesn't work @ all. Well, I shouldn't say that really. The "right-click" menu works..........so I'm deleting it. What I was really looking for was something to make two WINDOWS appear side by side. So there would be a "split screen" so to speak, just like I can with IE and FF. Both of which I don't like, but they do work with the "side by side" windows feature when I right click the task bar.....But this doesn't work @ all for me, so I'm just getting rid of it.

#18  posted on March 09, 2010 23:05 PST
t I was really looking for was something to make two WINDOWS appear side by side. So there would be a "

#19  posted on March 12, 2010 23:56 PST
NO ITS NT WORKING WT TO DO ANDREW I TRIED THREE TIMES DELETING THE OLD ONE AND DRAGGING AGAIN PLZ HELP...

#20  posted on June 07, 2010 05:20 PDT
It doesn't work for me. :(

#21  posted on December 28, 2010 23:46 PST
I am also a big fan chrome. But some times it irritates me a lot. It has some lacking as compare to Mozilla but faster than it.

#22  posted on April 03, 2011 19:23 PDT
Does not work Einstein!!!!

#23  posted on June 16, 2011 20:50 PDT
Doesn't work with pictures. Only with webpages.

#24  posted on April 19, 2012 20:26 PDT
Chromeplugins.org have malaware I can't enter on his web site ¬¬' another page ??

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