Google Inbox recently added compatibility with Safari and yet still does not play nice with Fluid.
I decided I might as well use Chrome. Google recently improved the way "desktop app extensions" work by giving them their own independent icons in Applications and Launchpad.
Unfortunately, this is acting like a glorified bookmark, rather than a standalone app. I.e., it opens with a toolbar and opens the site as a tab. I tried exploring the "contents" of the application icon Google creates. I found a plist but could not figure out if there was away to force the app to open an independent standalone Chrome window.
Any ideas on how I could modify the app to act less like a bookmark and more like a standalone desktop app ?