I’ve been listening to a lot of feedback over the past few months, and the biggest request is always to add more options. More options for placement, more options for what to exclude or include, just more choice across the board. Chrome Over answers that feedback, offering up multiple configurations and options for how you arrange the layout. There’s options to have your main name panel placed top or bottom, options for extra panels in the corners, choices of social icons, even the ability to detach the name panel (so to speak) and use it as a free-standing element. And hell, to top that off, it’s also one of the nicest looking overlays on T-O to date. Checkout this chrome stream overlay in more detail by clicking here.
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