Adds an edit button next to the Moderation, Delete, Share, and Watch on Clips Page buttons you see when you open a clip through the Clips Manager. Why do you need a dedicated edit button? Well, if anybody (including yourself) clicks the clip button while you're streaming, Twitch will automatically save that clip regardless of whether or not it's been "published." The way to edit it from there, is to navigate to your clip in Clips Manager, watch it on its dedicated Clips Page, and then append '/edit' to the URL. This will give you the option to rename the clip, as well as trim it to your liking. This extension creates a button that automates this process for you, so when you're in your Clips Manager, just click the edit button on a clip you want to modify, and you will be immediately directed to the clip's editing page. TwitchEdit also adds an additional clip button to streams which clips a segment of the stream but automatically closes the edit tab which opens. TwitchEdit also replaces the standard "Delete" button on a clip, which will automatically delete the clip for you without you needing to press any additional buttons or respond to any prompts. TwitchEdit also replaces the standard "Publish" button on the clip edit page with "Publish and Return to Clips Manager" which will publish the clip, close out of the tab, and automatically force-refresh the Clips Manager page from the server. Please note that this feature does NOT work if you have already published your clip.