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Currently my tabs default to ~10 pixels under the top of the screen, even though chrome itself is touching the very top. trying to drag it up causes it to snap back or maximize.

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Why not turn of Area Snap? And consider adding a nice screenshot just for good measure! – Ivo Flipse Feb 3 '11 at 13:01

It can't be done. The browser has to be maximized for that.

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Can not be done without editing the chrome source :). The little space is there for the reason of being able to pull the window around.

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Unfortunately, you’re right, it cannot even be done by using a different theme. There was a discussion about this on the Chrome issue tracker, but I can’t find it right now. – Synetech Mar 4 '11 at 3:15

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