It's still early but developers can already give it a try quite easily by adding the "embeddedExtensionOptions" permission to their extension manifest and enabling the experimental chrome://flags/#enable-embedded-extension-options flag in the last chromium build. Then the "options" link in the chrome://extensions page will simply open a dialog containing the options page¹.
Presumably this is part of the reason why they haven't moved to 64bit until now, but maybe not.
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