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Commands in your bash profile are only run if you start bash, and are only then available in a bash shell or its child processes. Since your environment variables are only available to bash, you need to start Chrome from bash. First, open your .bash_profile in nano again and add the word export to the start of each line (e.g. export GOOGLE_DEFAU…). This ...


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That was called embedding Internet Explorer into Windows, that Microsoft was sued for. Jokes apart, I would call that "support for generic URL and http: specifically in Open File dialog" As of Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, this is not possible, as path is to start with /, that is not other protocols supported other then file. btw, possibly some software ...


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The Problem The problem causing this issue is that KDE identifies applications for the show a launcher when not running feature by their X11 window class, and chrome does not change the X11 window class, but rather leaves it as google-chrome and instead changes the classname to a unique value. The Solution Thankfully, it's possible to force the gmail ...


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To Achieve this you need to sign out off all Gmail accounts. For your Primary you need to sign into it first. Then you sign back into the rest. Close your Browser and your account you signed in with first will be the Default. Easiest way Ive used.


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The 168.62.188.213 address is a server hosted on Azure, which is owned by Microsoft but usually rented out to others. In fact, it looks like it's Bitcoin-related. Have you checked your extensions? It sounds like a rogue extension. Try disabling extensions one at a time until this usage stops, then you'll know which one caused it. You can speed up the ...


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One thing that comes to mind is using Chrome's in browser tools. You can try to navigate to Chrome://net-internals/#events which will show you the network events. You can also navigate to other tabs through the drop-down on the top to poke around. With out further information, cannot really tell what is wrong.


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Disambiguation There are two distinct concepts in Chrome, both of which use the name kiosk mode. When running Chrome as a traditional web browser on a desktop OS (i.e. Windows, Mac OS X, Linux), the command-line argument --kiosk may be passed, causing the web browser to run in so-called kiosk mode. A Chrome App may declare itself to be a Kiosk App, and a ...


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All that is needed to stop the screen from going blank system wide is in /root/cmdline.txt. Add: `consoleblank=0` after console=tty1 and reboot.


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Chromium's source code is, "indexed and available on the web" for this very reason. Using Code Search, you can search kiosk against the entire project. An excerpt of one of the first searches I used that might interest you, // In kiosk mode, we want to always be fullscreen, so switch to that now. if ...



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