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I've got a number of pages set to open when I start Google Chrome (1), but I'd like to change their order. There's no option on the Options dialog Basics tab for reordering the pages (2):

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Where does Chrome store this information so I can reorder the tabs without having to remove and readd tabs.

The fall back is to set up the tabs I want in the correct order, remove all the existing ones and then click on "Use Current".

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I changed the tab order in Preferences file present in Appdata\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Preferences, and it worked for the first time, but the changes were rolled back once I closed and started a new browser session. Will check further. @ChrisF –  Sathya Dec 17 '10 at 13:48
    
@Sathya - I was looking in the registry, which is why I didn't find anything. I'll investigate this myself as well. –  ChrisF Dec 17 '10 at 14:40
    
About your fallback: It looks like the "Use Current" button replaces everything, so you don't have to bother with Removing everything first. So your fallback could be: Open just one Chrome so your homepage tabs appear, re-order them the way you want, then go to the Options and click "Use Current". –  Bavi_H Dec 18 '10 at 6:22

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It looks like the "Use Current" button replaces everything, so you don't have to bother with Removing everything first. So as an alternative, you can open just one Chrome so your homepage tabs appear, re-order them the way you want, then go to the Options and click "Use Current".

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