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I know there is a secret dev menu in Chrome that you can enable "beta" features, but I forgot where it is. I know that this menu has the option to hold cmd/ctrl+q to quit and thats what I want it for. It also has options for preloading links on the page while you wait and stuff like that.

Any help?

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I think about:flags is what you're looking for.

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THANK YOU! I couldnt take one more time of missing cmd+w and hitting cmd+q – Oscar Godson May 12 '11 at 19:16
@Oscar, that page is not really an “easter egg”, in fact it’s listed in about:about. And what option are you referring to regarding the hotkey? I cannot find anything that can do that. – Synetech May 13 '11 at 18:16
Maybe its only a Mac feature? But there is an option called "confirm to quit" which will make it so you have to hold cmd+q for a full second to quit. – Oscar Godson May 13 '11 at 19:26
Yes, I know it's not really technically an easter egg, but it is for someone who isn't a dev as about:about is still more of a developer centric page. – Oscar Godson May 13 '11 at 19:27

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