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When I open a link to an unavailable page, I get the "Oops! Google Chrome could not find" message and a link to open a cached copy to it. Is there any way (even if it is through an extension or app) for me to configure it to open the cached copy automatically?


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I use these methods for exactly this. But they don't open automatically.

This is an extension: Cache.

This is a bookmarklet.

Some more bookmarklets: Coral, Wayback.

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Thank you, but I'm really not interested in anything that doesn't open automatically. I'm just trying to avoid the annoying extra click :P – Yandros Mar 30 '12 at 3:32

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