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Is there any method to hide the address bar without entering the "Presentation mode" or "Fullscreen mode" in Chrome version 24?

I have tried about:flags but no compact navigation can be found.

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I'd like this too.

Unfortunately I believe 'Compact Navigation' is only available in Windows builds.

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and unfortunately not even there anymore, evidently ("Compact Navigation" is not found in chrome://flags/ ) – accolade Feb 9 '15 at 21:22

No, there isn't. No address bar, isn't compact navigation, its no navigation!

I would ask why? As it sounds like your solving the wrong problem!

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I want a compact navigation because I have obscured content of a website and the address bar is the only content that I cannot obscure. – neo Jan 30 '13 at 9:21
Not sure what you mean by obscured content? I know Google we're one of the first to make sure the address was visible on all windows (even popups), as this is a useful tool against scams and malware. – cjb110 Jan 31 '13 at 10:18
I'd like to hide it for video content from a certain site. it's taking up real-estate. – Chris Jul 24 '14 at 4:23

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