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I recently switched to a Mac and started using Chrome since it was my preferred browser in Windows. It doesn't look like the Chrome OS X Dev Channel doesn't have bookmark syncing or extensions yet.

From Chromium documentation - it looks like this is available it just has to been enabled via a command line switch. I don't want to have to launch Chrome from Terminal every time? Can I modify the application somehow to always launch with those flags?

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Just download the latest version of Chromium (the open source variant of Chrome) which has extensions enabled.

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What about Google Bookmark sync? – Owen Jan 4 '10 at 17:09
    
Not sure what Bookmarks you're looking to sync but there are a bunch of Bookmark extensions available: chrome.google.com/extensions/search/2?q=bookmarks Browsing through that list I see at least 5 extensions that deal with "google bookmarks" specifically. – Bryan Schuetz Jan 4 '10 at 17:49
    
I'm talking specifically about bookmark syncing that's built in to Chrome for Windows. google.com/support/chrome/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=165139 – Owen Jan 5 '10 at 13:58
    
Just look under preferences: img.skitch.com/20100105-kue533t68cbk8hbea9cwy312c5.png – Bryan Schuetz Jan 5 '10 at 17:33
    
This might have been available in Chromium but it was not in Chrome. Anyway - the new Chrome dev version has extensions and bookmark syncing so, it's a moot point. – Owen Jan 9 '10 at 3:03
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The Chrome dev channel now includes extensions and bookmark syncing.

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