+1, I personally prefer a chrome plugin rather than a standalone application.
However.. am I missing something? I've installed the chrome plugin on windows, and it does not seem to do anything. The button on the extensions toolbar is greyed out, clicking it does nothing and the plugin does not have any options either. (Same results on Linux)
it says: "Plug-ins are compatible with the Windows application, starting from version 1.2.7." Does this mean the plugin is not compatible on linux?
 I realized I was on v1.2.6 on windows. Updated to 1.2.8 and restarted app, plugin still seems broken. [/edit]