I also find this extension useful, especially when it can copy any link (or image) as an AsciiDoc macro.
I am a bit concerned that the name is misleading. "Copy as AsciiDoc" implies that it's copying the whole content as AsciiDoc. Perhaps you'd consider making the name more specific, such as "Copy Location as AsciiDoc" (or "Copy Address as AsciiDoc"). This is consistent with the terminology that Firefox and Chrome use in the context menu for links or images. You might even consider "Copy Location as AsciiDoc Macro".
We'll also need to select a name for the repository that's consistent with the other browser extensions if we decide to bring it into the Asciidoctor organization.
On Fri, Sep 9, 2016 at 4:35 AM, diguage [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion] <[hidden email]> wrote: