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I have a bookmark to The app that serves that page just does 302 redirect to next item from my comics folder on The Old Reader. The site has a favicon () and it does show up sometimes, but it tends to get overridden by the comics' favicons. Is there any way to tell Chrome to always use the same favicon for a site?

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@Raystafarian The accepted solution on that question did not work. After visiting the URL it changed again to the comic's favicon instead of the tornexto favicon. – Chas. Owens Jul 26 '13 at 15:12
@Raystafarian The other solution (the I hate your favicon extension) is not practical either. It replaces the favicon on a per URL basis. I would need to replace the favicon for every comic I visit (too many to be practical) and I don't want their favicons replaced. Only the one favicon associated with the bookmark. – Chas. Owens Jul 26 '13 at 15:21
Ah, you might need an add-on then. I don't run chrome, so I'll jump on out of this question. – Raystafarian Jul 26 '13 at 15:32

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