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Attachments don’t come through, but it is basically similar to EADIVA, for example http://eadiva.com/acqinfo/ ?

Michele

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Sent: Thursday, March 19, 2015 11:51 AM
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Subject: site chrome extension

Hello,

One of my colleagues here at New York Public Library, Stephen Schor, released a Chrome extension that enhances the The Library of Congress's EAD documentation.

It can be installed here from Chrome's webstore.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/loc-ead-beautifier/omhlcmlhlbbdieihchginhnhichneajb?hl=en

Source code:
https://github.com/nodanaonlyzuul/loc-ead-beautifier

<https://github.com/nodanaonlyzuul/loc-ead-beautifier>
The element names/definition are now hyperlinks so you can easily navigate between EAD elements definitions (screenshot attached).

Still in progress, but welcome your feedback.

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Jason Varghese
Manager, Applications Development
NYPL Technology
New York Public Library
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