The Chrome Track requires Lightrail's Chrome Extension to be installed, to facilitate communication between Lightrail and Google Chrome. If you haven't already installed it, follow these directions:
- Download this file: lightrail-chrome.zip (opens in a new tab)
lightrail-chrome.zip. It should contain a folder called
- In Chrome, go to
chrome://extensions. There should be a toggle in the upper-right labelled
Developer Mode. Toggle it so that
Developer Modeis enabled.
- Click the
Load unpackedbutton, and select the
distfolder (from step 2).
- Done! For more details / pictures, see: https://developer.chrome.com/docs/extensions/mv3/getstarted/development-basics/#load-unpacked (opens in a new tab)
You can input content from Google Chrome to Lightrail using the following Tokens:
/chrome.current-selection: Any highlighted text
/chrome.current-page: The most recent tab open
Content ingested via the Google Chrome Tokens is subject to OpenAI's context
length limit. If a webpage is too long to use
/chrome.current-page, you can
either select the relevant content using
/chrome.current-selection or add
the entire page to your local Lightrail knowledge base (instructions
- Send to AI: Read in the contents of Google Chrome's current tab & ask Lightrail's LLM to summarize the current article
- Suggest Edits: Use the contents of a webpage to make edits in your VSCode project
- Add to Knowledge Base: If the contents of a webpage is too long for OpenAI's token limit, read in the page to your Lightrail Knowledge base for usage in future queries.