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It seems to be Facebook-specific. On the Facebook home feed, HTML5 videos don't seem to go into fullscreen properly. Inspecting the source, the iframe is inside a hidden_elem div which has display: none. Making this visible restores the video. Interestingly, it does just work if you view the same video on a timeline (Profile or Page.) You can force Flash ...


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It looks like ASCII Compatible Encoding. Use Punycode Converter to confirm that these two addresses correspond with each other.


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The omnibar (also known as omnibox) is the address bar combined with the google search box. Source The Difference Between The Address Bar and the Google Search Field As browsers evolved over the years developers began to combine the address bar and the search field. The first major browser to do this was Google Chrome. The bar at the top of ...


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Yes you should. In fact you should delete them. There's an adware that installs those certificates and injects encrypted HTML advertising content from various websites, hence SSL certificate. To find more of your certificates: Open mmc.exe --> Crtl + M --> Certificates --> Click Add > --> My User account --> Click Finish --> Click OK You also might ...


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You can always go back to the themes page where you originally found it, click on the theme that you want, and then click on "Add To Chrome" button again. It will set it to that theme again.


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In Firefox 36.0.4 open about:config and search for media.webm.enabled set this to false and the html5 videos will not play anymore. ;)


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Outlook is probably looking at message format as MHTML (.MHT file format). Outlook temporarily saves the email in a temp folder, then opens that temp file. Associating .MHT with Chrome may assist, though Chrome may not render .MHT correctly.


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You could perhaps run a webserver in the background which takes the query and passes it to a google "i'm feeling lucky" link. Opening more than one tab would obviously require you visting the website in chrome and explicitly allowing popups. To open the top 3(not only the first) search result, you will probably have to get the source code of the ...


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I just removed rm -rf Web\ Data from ~/.config/chromium/Default. Plus had to restart computer.


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There is currently no way to save all PDFs opened in tabs in a Google Chrome window at once to a given folder.


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Cmd ⌘ ~ (tilde, or even ` as shift appears to be optional) will cycle all windows of the frontmost app. Ctrl ⌃ F4 will cycle through all open windows in that Space, irrespective of app.


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I couldn't find a solution for Chrome/Chromium/Chrome-Beta but I downloaded Chrome Canary which seems to be working normal.


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So I had this issue today and stumbled on answer to a similar question on quora. This fixed it for me faster: Install the extension Force Custom Fonts Go to the extension settings in chrome://extensions Next to the Substitute Fonts menu, click the + icon to add a substitute font. Select Helvetica Neue using the drop down in the first box and Arial in the ...


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I don't know the answer yet either, but all of the sudden Google Chrome is also slowing my entire computer down to a near standstill. I've switched to Safari until I can find an answer. It's seems to be happening on MacBookPro's older than 2012 that aren't running Mavericks. I've been worried to install that because I've heard some nightmares in ...


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It turns out I had my display set to 125% Resolution was to go to: control panel -> display and set it to 100%.


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There is currently no way to display a PDF file on two columns in Google Chrome.


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Edit Download the extension Here. Installation instructions are the same as the instructions found here This extension simply highlights all the capital words on a page Rest of answer I assume you mean for this to be user side, right? I personally would create a simple Chrome extension for this task, probably because I like doing things the long way ...


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I checked one by one my adds on, and the commercials went away when I disabled one called "FlashFree". The check was pretty quick, I browsed to chrome://extensions/, changed settings and tested by simply reloading (F5) one of the "polluted" pages.


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There is a Google Chrome Extension called "Bookmark checker" that does exactly as you describe. You can download it here.


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This is so far the most annoying bug in Chrome dated since 2008 with over 500 supporters. And it seems a simple option/dialogue to warn when multiple tabs are being closed after those years is still on its way (Bug: #147), so hopefully we'll see it within our lifetime, hopefully. However 7 year old bug is nothing in comparing with 15-year old same bug in ...


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The correct way to fully remove the software responsible: Go to Menu Click Settings OR Navigate to chrome://settings/ in your omnibar Open "Extensions" Click on "Developer Mode" check box Below each extension it should list the full directory path and you can remove the file permanently from your system. In my experience most ad-ware injectors ...


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Lets say you start composing an email on your mac 1. You walk into the room with mac 2. You can finish composing the email on mac 2 by clicking the chrome symbol. It will even work with iPhone's, iPad s, iPods, etc. There is an article on it here.


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This is Handoff, part of the Continuity features in 10.10 Yosemite. In this case, with Google Chrome, your open tabs are shared between computers, so you can continue browsing when switching devices. To turn off Handoff on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > General > Handoff & Suggested Apps, and turn off Handoff. On your Mac, go to ...


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Follow These Steps 1) First go to control panel > internet options > Connections > LAN Settings. 2) Then Deselect Use Proxy For Your LAN ERR_INVALID_CHUNKED_ENCODING


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My way is easier, since you don't have to examine extensions like AdBlock which don't add elements to your page :) Also, If you aren't a tech-savvy, go to the bottom: there's any solution that may work for you... Open the Developer Tools Open the Developer Tools in a new window and reduce the window to icon Browse the web and wait for the Ads to appear. ...


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The Chrome screencap looks like an alpha channel problem or a gamma problem. If it is "gamma", it may be color management, try disabling or changing the color management profile "sRGB; adobe RGB etc" when saving out the source image and then see if the result is any different when composited by chrome. Browser embedded color management support is ...


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Found the perfect solution, loading/unloading the kernel module. sudo modprobe -r uvcvideo to unload the webcam, sudo modprobe uvcvideo to load it back again, bye bye tape!


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Depending on your JavaScript knowledge, you can check out the scripts that can manipulate websites you visit. Press F12 to open the Developer Tools. Alternatively, open the Developer Tools from the "hamburger menu": On the Sources tab, select the Content scripts tab. You should see a list of all your extensions that load content script. "Content ...


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Disabling the cache in the Developer Tools only disables the cache while DevTools is open. While this may be what some people are looking for, you can completely disable the cache by: 1) entering the command prompt 2) enter "cd C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application" (to change the directory to where Google Chrome is stored) 3) enter "chrome.exe ...


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Disable all chrome extensions, see if the problem stops. Enable each extension one by one. When the issue reappear, you have found the culprit.


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Install the Vimium extension for Google Chrome. Usage Type f and all controls and links get a letter combination; here an example for the www.google.com page: Now type n to put the cursor focus in the text field; n because that's what Vimium assigned to this particular textfield. That's it.


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Getting terminal output from chrome and messing with pulseaudio was the key. Trying to kill and start pulseaudio gave this: >>> pulseaudio E: [pulseaudio] socket-server.c: bind(): Address already in use Which lead to my answer here: https://bbs.archlinux.org/viewtopic.php?id=185456 The solution was removing a .esd directory in /tmp and running ...


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Your current search looks different because it's a "Custom Search Engine". www.google.com/cse?hl=eng&source=hp&q=test = google.com/(custom search engine) (host language = english) (source=HP) (Query="test") My best guess is that you searched from somewhere OTHER THAN google.com search box chrome browsers "super bar" Administrators of CSE's are ...


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You can use the h264ify extension. (also has a Chrome version) h264ify is a Firefox/Chrome extension that makes YouTube stream H.264 videos instead of VP8/VP9 videos. Try h264ify if YouTube videos stutter, take up too much CPU, eat battery life, or make your laptop hot. By default, YouTube streams VP8/VP9 encoded video. However, this can ...


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I was having the exact same issue. The only solution I could find was to set YouTube to use Flash by default instead of their HTML 5 player.


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Using AHK should help. With AutoHotkey you can remap any combination of keystrokes into one keystroke so that should help. To remap say the M key to Arrow down+Enter you would do: M:: Send, {DOWN}{Enter} return


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Good question - and somewhat disappointing to read all those "this is wrong" or "this won't work" comments. This behavior makes the "View page source" feature useless for development in many cases. There's an extension called "Quick source viewer", which appears to actually show the source of the currently loaded page (I haven't tested it with POST requests ...


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Most web pages are not designed for 1080p screens, as not everyone has one yet. There is most likely CSS limiting how wide the text can go, so that people with smaller screens (1024x768) can still read the web page without having to scroll left and right constantly. Using a tool like Firebug (firefox) or Chrome Developer Tools you can manually edit the ...


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As previously mentioned, there's no keyboard shortcut to pause an animation, but I've found the next best thing: Using Ctrl+Shift+C (Cmd+Shift+C in Mac) to enable inspecting while the cursor is on the element with the hover activated animation. That doesn't stop already running animations, but prevents further mouse activated animations from triggering while ...


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Call your .local domain once in Chrome prepending it with http:// (e.g.: http://mywebsite.local ). The http:// scheme will avoid the Google search and instead will call your local website. You only need to do this once. From this moment on you can enter the domain without http:// and it will still be loaded locally (e.g.: mywebsite.local ).


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You can try Snagit (chrome extension). It supports image capture, video recording and its gif formation. Check this for details.


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I am looking for that same missing option too. After much fiddling, I realize that the user agent string can be set under Menu: More tools > Developer tools Toggle device mode (the 2nd tab on the left; no, don't go to Settings) Screenshot:


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Ive been looking for the same answer and finally found it so I thought I have to share it with you(and others with the same problem). The solution for me was to put " --force-wave-audio" at the end of the shortcut. I hope it helps others too!


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The problem appears to be that search-what-you-typed and URL-what-you-typed slowly gain relevance as you use them for other things. You should delete just the Network Action Predictor and Network Action Predictor-journal files in %AppData%/Local/Google/Chrome/User Data/Default/ or the equivalent on your OS. The search-what-you-typed and URL-what-you-typed ...


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The performance improvements made in Window 8 and the stability improvements made in 8.1 will likely make it your best bet if you want Office. Mac isn't an option for the obvious reason and there's no Office release for Linux, unless you want to use Wine. I'm not sure if that would even work, and the performance would surely be worse than just a Windows ...


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Your computer stores history as a cache; however, if you go to the upper right hand corner of google, you will see all of the history. If you deleted it, you are out of luck.


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AdwCleaner may help you from this mess please download it and scan your pc from here: https://toolslib.net/downloads/viewdownload/1-adwcleaner/


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Here is one solution that will do the trick. Rename your chrome.exe to chrome_real.exe Create a batch file in the same directory and call it chrome.cmd. make that file launch chrome_real.exe with the arguments you want, for example: chrome_real.exe --disable-directwrite-for-ui %* (%* is used to append all arguments that your batch was called with). Use a ...


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You could create separate Chrome profiles for home and work: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/2364824?hl=en-GB


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Open a command prompt and change to the Chrome program folder, e.g. CD \Users\Fred\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application\ To find the folder on your PC you can right click on an existing Chrome shortcut, then "properties". Then run chrome.exe with whatever switches you want, e.g. chrome.exe --app=http://superuser.com/



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