Discogs Enhancer is a free, open source extension that adds extra features to both Discogs.com and Chrome.
Discogs Enhancer lets you block sellers, use a dark theme, see price comparisons, get buyer and seller feedback notifications, convert foreign currencies, search Discogs and other online record shops with any highlighted text, improve tracklist readability, customize lots of Marketplace aspects, and more!
Every feature is optional so you can choose only the features you want to use.
Tag or completely hide any seller in
Compare the prices that Discogs suggests to the seller's listed price.
Give discogs.com a dark look.
Great for late night digging.
Automatically filter out any listing that's below a specified condition or that ships from any specified country!
See total play times for any release that has track time information.
Tag any Seller in the Marketplace who's reputation is below a percentage specified by you.
Counts the characters for any "notes" field in your Collection so you’ll know when you're near the limit.
Get notified when new buyer or seller feedback is left on your profile.
A: There are currently no plans for a FireFox version. I don't have the time or energy to support the project on two different browsers.
A: No, but you can install Chrome extensions in Edge by following these instructions.
A: No. The Block Sellers feature only works when viewing the Marketplace on Discogs.com. The extension cannot block sellers in your Wantlist emails as those emails are sent to you directly from Discogs.
A: If you've installed the extension and don't see it in the menu bar, click the small puzzle piece-shapped icon and you should see it there in the list. You can also pin it to the menu by following these instructions.
A: I have considered this in the past but decided against it as the UX for this feature would be poor. Because the filtering works by simply hiding items from view on the page, if an uncommon release format was selected (e.g.: Reel-To-Reel) nearly every item on every page would be hidden and the end result would be a terrible user experience.