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Yesterday, I briefly discovered that holding the click on my Chrome's reload button opened a dropdown. It had:

  • reload (ctrl+r)

  • hard reload (shift ctrl +r)

  • clear cache and reload


A few seconds later my office mate said his Chrome needed updating and checking mine I saw that it did too.

Unfortunately, after updating the awesome extended multi-function features of the reload button are no longer there.

Has anyone else discovered the multi-function relaod button or still have it or know how to get it back? And it wasn't an extension or a plug-in, none of those changed or were updated.

Any help clearing up my mystery is appreciated.

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marked as duplicate by Kevin Panko, Tog, m4573r, Moses, Hennes Dec 24 '13 at 16:17

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Also answered here...… – Juan Mendes Apr 25 '13 at 18:11
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This reload menu only shows up if you have a Developer Tools window open (accessed via Tools | Developer tools).

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Thank you! That was it. :o) – TexasB Jan 24 '13 at 22:55

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