My computer (call it machine A) crashed a few days ago. Moving the drive to another machine (call it B), and trying a different drive in A, indicates that the IDE/SATA controller is dead (A still boots to BIOS so it's not the motherboard per se).
Although I can work from B, my Google Chrome web browser session on A as I had it at the time of the crash is gone: it had 35 tabs across 7 windows! I'd really prefer to recreate the session on B if possible. I use the amazing Session Buddy extension for Chrome. Only problem is, how to get the session data automatically saved on A to my B machine? Here is what I did:
Interestingly, previous sessions (rather than the "currently running" session) are saved in a different location, in a different database type:
So here is the process I followed:
Ready to re-generate the word cloud:
Finally, back in InkScape:
Note: I tried running the d3-cloud from node.js. The only problem there is SVG generation. As suggested in the d3-cloud readme, I used the canvas module to use d3 without a DOM, and the canvas correctly outputs PNG and SVG for vanilla canvas operations. However, d3-cloud crashes when canvas has been configured for SVG rendering instead of the default PNG. Still waiting to hear back from d3-cloud author.