First, display citation statistics - how many times a specific paper has been cited by others. It is based on Google Scholar.
After search and click the title to display the abstract, you will find a new line inserted underneath of the abstract, as pointed out above by a red arrow.
How to make it work?
- enable the bleeding feature on the options page
- make sure you are using the Chrome extension with your own apikey (you should something similar on the options page as shown below)
- make sure you are login on the web (you should see your ID displayed on the red covered area as shown below)
By the way, you can try the feature without login and without enabling the apikey, which will be much slower. Please do not login-on-the-web-and-not-enabling-the-apikey, or not-login-but-enabled-the-apikey, which will confuse the system.
The ultimate citation count should come from Web of Knowledge. It is very tricky, and I am still trying...
Unfortunately, Firefox add-on doesn't have it implanted due to its limited XHR function in SDK :-(
The second new feature is "to solve missing links locally" - just enable it in the options page and you are all set.
Both features are based on parsing related webpages locally, which require the Chrome extension has access to all webpages you are visiting. Full source of the Chrome extension is at https://github.com/coronin/thepaperlink-chrome.
By the way, I fix a bug related to email-the-PDF-to-yourself couple weeks ago. Click "save it" will save the PDF to your dropbox (if connected). Click "email it" will send an email with the PDF as the attachment to yourself. Let me know if it failed on you~~