Cool Adobe resource for Chrome users

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Nathan Stanford II sent me a link to a cool resource he released for Chrome: Adobe Community Helper. If you use Chrome, installing the extension will add a new icon to top of your browser:

You can then click this icon and enter a search term:

Once you hit enter, it will then perform a search on the Adobe Community Help. So for example, here is where I was sent to after a search for coldfusion: http://community.adobe.com/help/search.html?q=coldfusion&hl=en_US&self=0&area=0&lbl=0

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Comment 1 by Nathan Stanford II posted on 8/12/2010 at 8:15 AM

Also, for those non-chrome users out there, there is a bookmarklet that does the same thing :). Check it on my blog cfstudent.com