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Does Bookmark Buddy work with Google Chrome?
Not for the forseeable future. Google's Chrome browser does not yet support a standard Windows method for inter-application communication (DDE or COM) and so requires the development of a browser-specific plug-in.
However you can still open bookmarks in Chrome browser, and you can drag a URL from the Chrome address bar onto Bookmark Buddy to create a new bookmark. If you set up the hot key to 'Activate Bookmark Buddy', type that key combination as you drag the URL and Bookmark Buddy will pop to the front.
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