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not sure if this will work for you (dont know slack app that you mention) but press the 3 horizontal lines in the upper right and choose find from there or you can use Alt+E to get the same functionality. also you can use F3 to get the find bar to pop down.


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Try the steps mentioned on these pages: Issues related to Advanced Browser Integration, Chrome Browser Integration


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I figured out a workaround that worked for me. When i click open in Project in a browser a alert box opens asking me if i want to open the file with the file URL. I press Ctrl+C on the alert box, paste it in notepad and copy the URL. Then i open Microsoft Project 2016 and choose open file, and in the open file dialogue i paste the URL and it opens.


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In Chrome hit Print. Then change destination to 'save as PDF' Open the saved PDF in Acrobat, then print all pages. Does this work for those previously unprintable? If so no add ons or screengrabs required.


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Although you are not signed into your Chrome profile which can sync your favorites and all that jazz, being singed into a single service linked through Google (Gmail, Google Drive, StackExchange, etc.) does sync your Google searches. In order to stop this, go to the Google homepage and sign out of your account.


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I, too, have been having issues syncing the OneDrive folder with the Windows Explorer synced folder; all other MS Office applications sync just fine and have the editing or read-only capabilities clearly marked. The only work-around I have been able to find is this: Open the MS Project (.mpp) file from Windows Explorer, make the edits, then "Save As" an ...


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Good solution to print webpages using screen capture in Firefox. The page will be printed as an image. It will not be possible to grab any text, but it is possible to make pretty accurate pdf copies of entire webpages. In Firefox, start web console. Menu:Tools->Web Developer-> Web Console Add "Take a fullpage screenshot" to console: Settings (click on ...


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https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/care-your-eyes/fidmpnedniahpnkeomejhnepmbdamlhl?hl=en This is an extension for google chrome. It allows you to change the background color of webpages at night. It even has an auto mode that will change at a certain time. Maybe this will help you.


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From Google Help: 1e100.net is a Google-owned domain name used to identify the servers in our network. Following standard industry practice, we make sure each IP address has a corresponding hostname. In October 2009, we started using a single domain name to identify our servers across all Google products, rather than use different product domains ...


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You can remove these items from the autocomplete list: Start typing the URL you want to remove Use the up/down arrow keys to highlight it Press Shift+Del to remove this from your autocomplete list


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I was able to resolve the issue what did was copy an updated google chrome from my windows 8 and paste it on my win 7 os and its working fine.


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Corrected my answer as pointed out. First Method Go to the webpage you want translated Bring up context menu via right-click Click translate to "your default language" Second Method Go to C:\Users\%USERNAME%\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default Open Preferences with a text editor Search translate_site_blacklist Find and delete url of the page ...


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"I am very careful with these issues but from all I've been reading, google collects info that can't damage us, as clients. It collects anonymous info, though our IP, that's true, but it doesn't save our personal info such as our name/address etc. It's more for developers/webmasters and ad info, such as browser info, search terms etc. I don't really have a ...


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The setting to disable the built-in asynchronous DNS cache was removed from the chrome://flags page as of this writing, but it can be disable using the command-line switch --disable-async-dns


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There was to be a way to deactivate Chrome ipv6 DNS but was removed by google I would consider using a local host file as a black hole. There is a pretty extensive write up on how to do that here.


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You could start typing in this answer box? ;) Just thinking outside (actually, inside) the box. Or, if you wanted to do it with the focus on another tab, you could always open the console (F12) and paste something along the lines of: window.onbeforeunload = function (e) { e = e || window.event; if (e) { e.returnValue = 'Are you sure?'; ...


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I was having this same issue (I think). The Shift+Alt+Backspace wasn't doing anything on my Samsung Chromebook. Turns out I had saved the url as a bookmark (I'd bookmarked the page) and Chrome was using the bookmark to suggest autocompleting the url. Deleted the bookmark and Chrome stopped suggesting it. Hope this helps!


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Since 0.4.7 version, you can use *localhost* to exclude localhost.


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You can achieve this by adding Chrome to "Send to" and then "sending" your desktop files/images there.


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I had the same problem. Background: when Google searching, I often visit a lot of pages in the results for 3 or 4 seconds and then want to go back. Unfortunately, backspace doesn't navigate the page because a search box is focussed. Moving the trackpad up to the back button so many times is tedious on a smaller laptop. Page Navigation Solution: Simply ...


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I've had this a few times in the past,, affecting certain versions of Google Chrome. I've consistently been able to launch Chrome by running toggling compatibility mode for Windows 7 when this happens. This is worth a try.


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YouTube uses the VP9 video codec by default on Google Chrome in the HTML5 player, which is NOT supported for hardware acceleration. You can force Google Chrome to use H264 using the h264ify extension to correct this problem. Blame Google. https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/h264ify/aleakchihdccplidncghkekgioiakgal Other web browsers do not come with ...


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Firstly, uninstall Chrome, then create a new user with administrative rights. Install Chrome again, but this time try using http://ninite.com/ - Once installed, open, test for any website. Logout, and back into the profile where it doesn't work. Search for the Chrome executable and run again. If still no joy then you will have to create a new profile for ...


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2 Ways To Boost Windows Audio Above the Maximum Mark 1. Enable Loudness Equalization in Realtek Drivers This trick has been tested on the Realtek drivers. Hopefully, it should work on other sound drivers too but we can’t guarantee that. Also, before you continue, if you are using Realtek drivers then please update them to the latest version and restart ...


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You can tell Chrome to ignore all SSL errors by passing the following at the command line: --ignore-certificate-errors I start Chrome from bash using this: /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app/Contents/MacOS/Google\ Chrome --ignore-certificate-errors &> /dev/null & and it works great. Note that this should only be used for testing development ...


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Fauxbar makes Chrome's New Tab page act like Firefox's Awesome Bar: Quickly find the history page, tab or bookmark you're after Results are ranked using Mozilla's frecency algorithm, just like Firefox Alter the frecency algorithm's scoring if desired https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/fauxbar/hibkhcnpkakjniplpfblaoikiggkopka ...


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Not sure if this is what you want, but: choco install chrome


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Although I'm not using WampServer, I do get problems with Chrome refusing to access ports of localhost from time to time. I found clearing the cookies and files from the cache to resolve most of my issues. This Quora article may also help.


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CTRL-H; Clear Browsing Data; Select "the Past Hour" beside 'obliterate the following items from'; This will remove the recently closed as well as the history items. Suggest leaving a few "legit" tabs open before you do the above procedure, and then close them afterward so it doesn't look suspicious.


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You can right click on the icon on the start page and click open file location from there you can click on the link and change the icon. Right click Icon in Start Menu Select Open File Location Select the icon in folder Change the icon to what you want it to be.


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Just don't include these lines: for /D %%G in ("%SystemDrive%\Users\*") do erase /F /S /Q "%%G\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\*.*" for /D %%G in ("%SystemDrive%\Users\*") do RD /S /Q "%%G\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\" for /D %%G in ("%SystemDrive%\Users\*") do erase /F /S /Q "%%G\AppData\Local\Mozilla\Firefox\Profiles\*.*" for /D %%G in ...


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Chrome handles spell check on a per-language basis, and as such, each language you have available can have the spell check enabled or disabled as required. As such, if you wish to disable all spell checking, you need to make sure all languages have this unchecked. You can also drag-and-drop the languages in this screen to change the priority of them.


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I don't know about an extension that does this for you, but you can use SQLite Browser to browse through the history database of Chrome, which includes all visits, including duplicates. Download and install SQLite Browser Close Chrome (because Chrome locks its history database) Open SQLite Browser Press "Open Database" Insert "C:\Users\[your ...


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In OSX you need to include a CFBundleURLTypes in your application's info.plist file. Here is a sample you can use: <key>CFBundleURLTypes</key> <array> <dict> <key>CFBundleURLName</key> <string>Local File</string> <key>CFBundleURLSchemes</key> <array> ...


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First let me rewrite your goal: You want to read articles from a website which is now down. You do not need cookies for this. And even if you found the cookies they would not contain the information you are looking for. The cookies are used to remember logins or settings. Think of it as a library card with your name on it. You want to read a book after a ...


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Use This Extension Awesome Duplicate Tab Button I tried it and it's very simple and direct.


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Some malware was probably impersonating Fiddler, as the original developer of Fiddler, Eric Lawrence, pointed out: Various pieces of malware check whether Fiddler is in use, and if so, they stop doing their malicious activities in order to attempt to hide their actions. (source) Fiddler is a web debugging tool. It has no malicious behavior ...


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Here's how to disable the ability to make searches from the address bar (omnibox) of Google Chrome: Open Google Chrome. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and press Enter. Scroll to Enable search button in Omnibox. Select Disabled.


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It's still a lowercase i! What you are experiencing seems to be a combination of a custom font on the website and a small font size. It is simply not large enough for your screen. As you say, zooming into the text on the page makes the white space between the dot and the rest of the i visible. This proves that the problem is the resolution of your screen, ...


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I had these symptoms in Windows 7 after Fiddler crashed. In 7, the Internet Options are tools (gear) menu, not Control Panel. Since I don't use MSIE much, I just reset it, and MSIE and Chrome started working. MSIE → Tools Menu → Internet Options → Advanced → Reset ... → Default Options (You do not need to delete personal info)


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FooTab for Google Chrome After about a week of use, this extension has saved me some precious cellular data, by suspending multiple tab load on start-up. Except for the favicons, it blocks the page until the tab/s are selected. Download links and description here


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There are a few things to consider about your hypothetical extension. uBlock is designed to fully block the domain which the ad is coming from so the ad is never loaded into your browser at at all. This is why using any AdBlocker will always boost your browsing speeds. I appreciate this feature because there are plenty of sites which get over 25% of their ...


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I finally found the problem. In Internet Explorer 11 Microsoft deprecated the "local" PAC file support (i.e. where you use a "file://....."). This is why it wasn't working. I found this useful post that explains the issue: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/ieinternals/archive/2013/10/11/web-proxy-configuration-and-ie11-changes.aspx Thanks a lot to Eric Law for ...


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type in URL box ,select all and copy ,right click and choose paste and go ...


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Go to chrome://flags and change the value of #enable-md-downloads to Disabled


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I've had the same issue with the underscore after urls in chromes search suggestion box. Not sure what causes it, but to remove them start typing the url that has the issue in the url box. When the suggestion shows up, press the down arrow on keyboard to select it and press Shift+delete.


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There's an extension in the Chrome Web Store where you can choose a custom shortcut key and it will preserve your browser history: Extension name: Duplicate Tab Shortcut Key <https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/duplicate-tab-shortcut-ke/pfippblampohahkkdoomekekmfbjkimg/related>


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You can use the keyboard shortcuts: Ctrl+Tab to skip to the next open tab Ctrl+Shift+Tab to skip to the previous open tab Ctrl+1 to 8 to access the tab in those positions Ctrl+9 to go to the last open tab I'm suspicious you are referring to going back to the tab you were on, after clicking a link that opens in a new tab. If so, it usually spawns in the ...


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If I understand correctly, how about something like this? for /R "D:\Test\files" %%f in (*.txt) do ( "C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\Chrome.exe" %%~f ) pause This will find all .txt files in a folder, then open them each in Chrome:


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Go here: https://www.google.co.uk/ Click settings in the bottom right Modify you "Instant predictions" setting to "Always"



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