Scroll Marker chrome extension

Version: 0.97
Scroll Marker
Visual aid for scrolling web pages.
3.48 Based on 31 user rates

What is Scroll Marker?

Scroll Marker is a cookies manager extension for chrome. also, it is cookies extension. it's a free extension , it has 3,000+ active users since released its first version, it earns an average rating of 3.48 from 31 rated user, last update is 4154 days ago.


What’s new in version 0.97?

                Adds a customizable line ("Marker") to the bottom of web pages which helps users visually keep their place when the page is scrolled.  

After the page scrolls, the Marker will move up with the page, and remain in place for a moment to help the user keep track of where they left off.  After a set period of time, the Marker will redraw again near the bottom of the freshly scrolled web page, awaiting the next scroll.

The Marker color, opacity, width and distance from the bottom of the web page can be changed by the user.  Also, the delay after scrolling before the Marker redraws itself is also configurable.

Scroll Marker does not set cookies, track users or webpages, and does not communicate or exchange data with anyone.  It simply uses basic JavaScript to temporarily insert and manipulate its "marker" object in web pages after they load.  The only information it reads are the size and scrolling dimensions of Chrome's browser windows.            

How to install Scroll Marker?

You could download the latest version crx file or older version files and install it.


Preview of Scroll Marker


Technical Features:

  • Latest Version: 0.97
  • Requirements: Windows Chrome, Mac Chrome
  • License: Free
  • Latest update: Monday, January 7th, 2013
  • Author: arkham.development

Scroll Marker Available languages:

English (United States).


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Reviews of scroll marker:


Doggy Cabbage March 2nd, 2019
Doggy Cabbage

i dont know how to use it


Bro Rat December 6th, 2015
Bro Rat

. Never could find the icon. This extension never worked for me. . The DataRat .


Sam Steingold November 18th, 2015
Sam Steingold

Good: interesting experiment, would be more useful if it were more selective about which page it shows on. Bad: breaks Confluence page editing: macros and keybindings no longer work. I will have to remove it.

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