Obtrusive JavaScript Checker also available as a Ubiquity command

With the latest release of Obtrusive JavaScript Checker and its cool information and report features, I got the request to make it as a command for Ubiquity as well. So, here you go! :-)

A picture of Ubiquity, using the Obtrusive JavaScript Checker command

Now, you can also install the Obtrusive JavaScript Checker command for Ubiquity, which lets you easily call it after Ubiquity has been summoned. Just start typing something like “obt” and you will be good to go! :-)

Other options

Already available is the Obtrusive JavaScript Checker Greasemonkey user script and the Obtrusive JavaScript Checker Firefox extension.

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