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Is there a way to close a specific Chrome tab with a terminal command? I tried below commands:

  1. kill -9 <pid of Chrome tab>: Instead of closing a tab, it kills the tab ("He's dead Jim" message appears and tab remains)
  2. killall chrome: Closes all Chrome browsers open
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No, there's no signal or commandline switch to close an individual tab. – Shawn Balestracci May 22 '13 at 18:49
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You would need to use github.com/smblott-github/chromix with the extension github.com/smblott-github/chromi to do that. – Dan D. May 23 '13 at 2:12

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