I've been using the keyboard shortcut Chrome extension for ages - but each time I start using a new computer, I have to find the blog post about it again to download it - then open the extensions page and drag it over, because you can't just install downloaded extensions from arbitrary sites any more.
Likewise every time the extension is updated, there's the same download/open extensions/drag rigmarole... and the extension itself needs to perform the update check, with two different versions of the extension (one auto-update-detecting, the other not).
Why isn't the extension just in the Chrome Web Store, allowing for automatic updating, automatic syncing between computers, simpler installation, and better discoverability? Is there some technical reason, or has it just not been done yet?
EDIT: As of June 12th 2014, an update to Chrome (I assume) has disabled the extension for me, and it can't be re-enabled without it being put in the Chrome Web store. See the Chrome blog post for more details. I believe that installing the Dev or Canary channel version of Chrome may fix this, but I would rather not do that on every machine I use to browse Stack Exchange. Please strongly consider packaging this extension up on the web store.