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I've just allowed Google Maps to access my current location by enabling Google gears for the same service.

I want to know how do I disable Google Gears now, even for Google Maps or any other website that may ask for enabling Google Gears under chrome.

Under Firefox I can use Tools > page info -> share location = disabled.

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  1. Click the wrench menu.
  2. Select Options.
  3. Click the Under the Hood tab.
  4. In the 'Web Content' section, click Change Gears settings.
  5. The Gears dialog box that opens shows you the list of websites that are allowed to access Gears, as well as the list of websites that you've set to never access Gears. Adjust your settings here, then click Save.
  6. Click Close.
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