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To resolve this issue you simply need to expand your extensions tray in Chrome. Using your mouse, hover over the separator between the Omnibox and the ยป symbol, then click and drag to the left until you are satisfied. voila!


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The program that is doing that is deletable. Install chrome while offline. Look in the directory where it is located and delete the file. I have multiple versions of chrome installed in different accounts on my machine and it works fine. The file is: GoogleUpdate.exe Found in this folder location: %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Google\Update


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I searched through the policy settings list, which would be the place to look for (it contains some settings used on corporate networks), and it doesn't have any such configuration, so I'm pretty sure the answer is no. But, even though it's "just a development site", chances are you're entering the same password to it as the regular ones, so perhaps it ...


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This is a common problem with browsers on Windows. When sites specify Helvetica as the first font in their CSS "font-family" stanza Windows uses whatever first Helvetica font it can find to render the page. I've often had to fix this in IE for customers and the solution was always to delete all Helvetica fonts, or use another browser if the customer ...


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I need my history and bookmarks In C:\Users\Waoula\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default (or equivalent location) are files Bookmarks and History Bookmarks is in XML format, you can open it in any text editor (but don't make changes!) History is in SQLite format. There exist browsers for this format. I haven't tried it but you may be able to ...


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You appear to be running into a Chrome 37 bug with Linux font rendering that likely is caused by them updating rendering in Windows. It was supposed to have been fixed before release, according to some posts there, but others are clearly saying it wasn't. Multiple suggestions for dealing with this are offered there, including jumping to the 38 beta or ...


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There is no fix other than reducing resolution. Or better install Chrome 64bit BETA, which works fine :)


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I can not reproduce your claim. Can you provide more details, especially steps on how to reproduce it on my end? I went to the link to download Chrome Standalone. I compared three installers I downloaded for the one user version: All three installers were bit-for-bit exact copies of each other C:\>fc chromestandalonesetup.exe "chromestandalonesetup ...


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NOTE: This is not a permanent solution. You can try installing an older version of Google Chrome and see if that works. If this problem is introduced by a new version of Google Chrome, then it could mean there's a software conflict with something on your computer. It might even help to read the changelogs and see what was introduced/removed/modified ...


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going to put as answer due to character limit on Comments Hi Ron, Well its good you have narrowed it down to your laptop that's the first part of troubleshooting done. Now we have to dive a little deeper in to troubleshooting on your laptop to find out what could be cause; I'm guessing your laptop is using wireless as well as your phone so that kind of ...



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