A new version is up on the Chrome Web Store
It has the following new features:
* Extension buttons work as speed dials:
You can click on any of them to quickly originate a call to their extension.
* Ability to define a notification content URL
Apart from the popup link you can define to open a new browser tab pointing to some web application you might have, now you can use a web application to get the actual content of the call notification, to show it directly inside the notification. For example, you can have an answering service and want to display the greeting speech for when a call comes in, then you can create a web service that will retrieve that information directly, and it will be presented right inside the call notification, with no need to open a new browser tab.
* Configurable protocol handler
Previous versions added the sip: protocol handler to click to call numbers on web pages, so if you have a soft phone that registers itself with that protocol handler, clicking on the number should make your phone call directly (without using the Asterisk/FOP2 callback method). It seems some users are installing soft phones that sets a protocol handler, but they do not want to use that soft phone to make the call, so now that handler is configurable via Options (by default its empty, with no handler).