- Black Lotus Project search. Now you can perform searches through BLP, which is a famous project that gives you live price charts directly from Magic Online Trading Leage. MTG Finder will show up a list of matching cards if there are more than one or directly the chart from BLP if there are only one matching. If a card is not found, a link to TCGPlayer will be displayed.
Check the screenshots below.
Black Lotus Project search with multiple results
Black Lotus Project search with single result
- Frame width and height selection. Now you can insert your preferred frame width and height, note that Chrome actually has an approximate maximum width of 800 pixels and height 600 pixels. This dimension change won't be applied for context menu or keyboard shortcuts opening new tab or windows.
- Single context menu item for MTG Finder. Now you can select if you want only to have your preferred search mode on the context menu (unchecking Extended context mode) or all available search modes on it (checking Extended context mode).
Unchecked Extended Context Menu
- Fixed a recent bug caused by Chrome update that did make new windows and tabs open in a smaller frame that didn't fit the windows size. Chrome suddenly unrecognized the 95% for the height value, so now the height is calculated runtime as a workaround, so window resize won't affect frame size. Thank all of you that noticed this on the webstore.
- UPDATED 30 october, MTG Finder version 1.4.1: Partially fixed an issue with magiccards.info. Since magiccards.info doesn't allow to be included in a frame, it will be opened only for new tab/window search mode, so it won't work yet for MTG Finder popup. We apologize for the inconveniences, we're working to fix it.
- New options page as shown below:
|New options menu|
- Improved keyboard shortcuts
- TCGPlayer search
- Options pane menu
|New TCGPlayer Search|
We hope that you like these changes of MTG Finder. If you have any question or suggestion, this is your place to discuss it and if you liked them, score them with five stars on the stores!
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