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I have a vacant thumbnail place in Google Chrome that I would like to set for a particular site. In this case, it's Facebook.

When I visit a new website a new thumbnail is created for that site in the sixth spot.

Wanting to place Facebook at the sixth location I deleted the new thumbnail and visited Facebook again.

But the sixth place remains vacant no matter how often I visit Facebook.

What can I do to set a specific thumbnail position a particular site?

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@random Wow! Thanks for your kind editing. Is there a way to view the original text so I can learn what's wrong in the first place? I'll be very helpful to my English learning. – 9dan Jan 1 '11 at 4:06
Click the link that says "edited [timeframe]" to see the list of versions and what changed between – random Jan 3 '11 at 0:32
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You probably deleted it once, chrome remembers this, theres a little link at the top right of the thumbnails that says "Restore all removed thumbnails" hit it.

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That's right! Thank you :) – 9dan Jan 1 '11 at 3:58

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