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I know this is old, just wanted to let you know what fixed it for me. If your hosting locally your code may look something like this, src="//code.jquery.com/jquery-1.11.3.min.js" Add in the http: to the src attribute or chrome is going to look for the jQuery library locally. src="http://code.jquery.com/jquery-1.11.3.min.js"


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Sadly Google does not give the user an easy way to add a Certificate to the list of trusted certificates. To get rid of the message you should add the certificate to your OS's trusted certificates. How this can be achieved is however system dependent, so I can not describe the exact process without knowing what System you are on. If nothing helps you can ...


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In chrome, if you get an invalid certificate warning, you can still continue if you choose to. When you get the message "Your connection is not private", click on "Advanced". Then "Proceed to .... (unsafe)". Note you cannot disable "the ssl feature". SSL is one of the most important security features the web has to offer. Whether or not to use SSL is ...


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You can also edit the registry to have the Chrome tile on the start menu launch in desktop mode regardless of which browser is set to default.


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I decided to create my own webpage of links, then bookmark that page. This allows me to customize what icon Chrome uses to represent my "bookmarked" links. There are weaknesses with my approach. If you don't have your own server you may not have access to this document all the time, it may annoy you to navigate to another page to get to your bookmarked ...


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Possibly it's malicious links in adverts, this would explain the intermittent nature as the advert isn't always called. Google's spider may have picked up on these and be flagging them. Try a plugin like no-scritp, Adblock plus (or one of its relatives) and see if the issue still occurs. If this fixes it you may want to contact the owner to let them know.


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This happens to me as well. Have changed my home page and tab page to: https://www.google.co.uk/webhp?complete=0&hl=en&gws_rd=cr,ssl&ei=LUltVeuBIMSSsAH_l4GYCg which is old style google. You can even type in the middle of the page instead of the tiny address bar at the top.


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Figured it out! Turns out (as expected) chrome stores all bookmark data on a server, then every time you sign in a device it will download the bookmarks to the device. The way to get round it is resetting the server synch data, which can be found here. Then once it's reset, close chrome, restore the bookmark and bookmarks.bak files, reload chrome, sign in ...


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There is an Chrome extension that can help you: RightToCopy https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/righttocopy/plmcimdddlobkphnofejmeidjblideca In Chrome Store, it says: Enable right click, saving images, selecting/highlighting text, and copying text on pages that have disabled these features.


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I managed to fix this by dragging the extension bar over as suggested above, disabling the "use hardware acceleration when available" option under advanced settings and restarting Chrome. After that, I re-enabled the hardware acceleration option and restarted Chrome one more time.


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Its working !!! You can check now http://www.intowindows.com/how-to-backup-saved-passwords-in-google-chrome-browser/


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DISABLE html weblink auditing (1) Clear your cache (2/ 3) as this CAN actually slow down initial download connecting ---since it looks for previous metadata FIRST (In settings > Clear Browser Cache > select any non defaults as suits you) Check for bad / old / suspicious certificates (malware, etc can be injected via certificates being ...


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Ok, thanks to all of the responses here I've found the issue :) Apparently the Fix Compose for Gmail extension was causing this. To be specific, this one: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/fix-compose-for-gmail%C2%AE-to/hpoidnelefpoofhdioielagfklahfcjg?hl=en After disabling that it works just fine again... guess I'll have to get used to the new ...


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I ran into this issue a few months ago, on a freshly built computer. The slowdown began after 3 months of use. I am actively researching this problem. Here's what I've been able to find out so far: I installed Chromium and Google Chrome Canary to test them for the problem. Google Chrome Version 43.0.2357.81 m (64-bit), Google Chrome Canary Version ...


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What is the exact version of Chrome which you're using? Do you have Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Reader or any other .pdf-related application installed on the PC where this issue is observed? I'd recommend you remove all .pdf related software, then reinstall Chrome. It uses a built-in pdf viewer. Have a look at this help topic and ensure it is enabled.


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Here is how I fixed it. I tried all the other sync suggestions and it did not work. go into your saved passwords and remove any google, gmail saved passwords you see in there. I had recently changed mine and it was after that I started having the problem. Once I did that and logged in again...... no problems... Hope it works for you.... Regards ...


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This was working for me In Firefox install addon Password Exporter > export data to xml Then install Firefox 25.0.1 - FF will be downgraded to this old version (alternatively you can do this on another computer or in virtual computer) You have to install the addon Password Exporter again > import data In Chrome go to Menu > Bookmarks & Settings and ...


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None of the above helped me. I tried this export GIT_SSL_NO_VERIFY=true Via -> http://www.uwosh.edu/ploneprojects/docs/how-tos/how-to-fix-a-git-ssl3-get-server-certificate-error


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You can disable Javascript in pages where the console is open, to unblock go to the console settings and uncheck the Disable Javascript option


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Right click -> Inspect element -> Console -> write "document.referrer" This property will be unset some times when the traffic is direct.


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I have seen this problem and it appears that the "Bookmarks Bar" is the root cause for it. Whenever there is a bookmarks bar, the focus on the address bar is automatic. If you remove the bookmarks bar, the address bar loses focus on a new tab. Solution: Enable the Bookmarks bar. Go to Settings->Bookmarks->Show Bookmarks Bar (Command+Shift+B)


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The actual answer: It's because there's a bug in Chrome that borks Windows 7 (and higher?) unicode font rendering. The issue is here, with all the gory details: https://crbug.com/42984 (star it and maybe somebody will notice it?) More analysis and a possible workaround can be found here: ...


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I've solved this problem with Chrome extention: No Mouse Search Navigation


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Yes, in chrome://flags disable the Enable distance field text flag.


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According to this forum, there is a firefox addon called GoogleEnhancer that has this as a side effect.


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Here's a command-line solution. Cookies are stored in an sqlite database file: on Linux: ~/.config/google-chrome/Default/Cookies on Windows: C:\Users\your_username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default on Mac: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Cookies You can delete all cookies belonging to a site by running an SQL DELETE ...


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The answer is, unlikely. I will assume you didn't, for whatever reason, take back ups. Now think, you should have taken a back up. And from now on, take back ups. Things like Google Drive, Drop Box etc offer some free storage so use it! I will assume you didn't use Chrome Sync. I will also assume your on Windows OS (Vista or above). Chrome saves your ...


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There is a simple trick: Go to the hosts file (it depends on which OS you have) and add a record: 0.0.0.0 whatever.youlike Now open chrome and goto whatever.youlike and it works. For Windows: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts For Mac: /private/etc/hosts For Linux: /etc/hosts


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Without more information on the service/application you are trying to reach, it may be worth confirming that the requests are indeed rejected by the router and not by the Pi itself. To do this you can run sudo tcpdump -i eth0 port [port] and '(tcp-syn|tcp-ack)!=0' on your Pi to log the network traffic. Check you do see packets logged when you connect from ...


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Sounds to me like your computer was making some changes to the file system when the power went out. If these were critical files being changed, the system may have noticed file corruption when you turned it back on after the outage and it may have reset your gnome back to factory defaults. This might explain why your files are still there, but any/all custom ...


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I've often had this problem myself, and not with just my raspberry pi. Your router is blocking the connection, regardless of what ports you have setup. Assuming you've already attempted to port forward (not port triggering, there is a difference), try putting your raspberry pi in a DMZ instead. This allows all incoming traffic to be forwarded to your pi, ...


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I found a fix. Go to settings -> manage search engines Scroll to the bottom and make a new Google search with the following http://www.google.com/search?q=%s&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&channel=rcs Make it default. This fixed it for me.


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You can start several instances of Chrome with different profiles, each having an isolated set of cookies. Also, google supports being logged into several accounts at once to some extent, but this does not really apply to your case.


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All incognito windows share a common set of cookies - this is by design. Your best option is to use an extension such as MultiLogin.


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The configs are in your /home by default and the cache can be bypassed/redirected as mentioned above or via chrome://cache


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> Is it a normal behavior , if not , how can I fix that? Take a look: Cache Directory The cache directory follows the XDG specs: Google Chrome: $XDG_CACHE_HOME/google-chrome, which defaults to ~/.cache/google-chrome Chromium: $XDG_CACHE_HOME/chromium, which defaults to ~/.cache/chromium If you pass --user-data-dir=/path/to/foo, the ...


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It seems this is a Chromium bug. I've filed an issue here: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=490027 Here is a Github repository with instructions on how to reproduce the bug: https://github.com/nitech/chrome-header-extension-bug


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Using the chrome Feature: Copy as cURL. For details, check this post And don't forget to use the -o train.zip options, which switch to save it to a file. Otherwise, it'd print the entire content on the console.


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Export bookmarks from Chrome 1.In the top-right corner of the browser window, click the Chrome menu Chrome menu. 2.Select Bookmarks > Bookmark Manager. 3.Click the "Organize" menu in the manager. Don't see the "Organize" menu? Try using the alternate directions below. 4.Select Export bookmarks. Chrome will export your bookmarks as an HTML file, which ...


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Google Chrome automatically adds certain websites to Search if it is compatible with the feature, and you have visited the website a few times. The way Chrome does this is by identifying the search features on the websites you visit. You are able to manage your personal Search by navigating to chrome://settings/searchEngines, and then removing the Search ...


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You can turn this off by going to "Google Chrome Search Engine Settings", using the url: chrome://settings/searchEngines If you scroll through the list of the "Other Search Engines", you should find the one for the "How I Met Your Mother Wiki." If you hover over it, you should see an "x" on the right side of the row. Click on that and Voila! It's gone!


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The easiest workaround (in terms of user-friendliness) for Google Chrome would be adding Allow Copy extension.


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It's hacky and won't work always but a lot of the time there is just a listener set for CTRL+C / CTRL+V and you can get around it by using CTRL+INS / SHIFT+INS instead of copy / paste. If they are doing something goofy like using flash to write an empty string to the clipboard in a loop (twitch) then you are out of luck.


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I have done the steps mentioned before, but somehow it doesn't work for me, so I decided to rename the "GoogleUpdate.exe" that Google uses for updating its products, and Chrome remains in its installed version. However if you rename it and as "GoogleUpdate" is responsible to update all google products so you'll no longer receive updates from Google.


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You could simply disable JavaScript on the page using a simple bookmarklet. From. http://javascript.about.com/library/bldis.htm If you create a bookmark that contains the following script as the link (or even paste this code into the address bar and press enter) then it will rip all the JavaScript off of the current page: ...


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Add this line to your hosts file of Windows: 192.168.56.101 www.myproject.wip This file is located at this path: c:\Windows\System32\Drivers\etc\hosts Hope this help


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Much easier than any of this .......uncheck 'Let chrome run in background' close and restart chrome .....The cause is that your profile is still running in bg and multi instances of same user is a nogo


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Unfortunately if their profile is deleted there is no way of accessing it again. When you access a web page you're making a request to the server for a specific file, if the file is not there then nothing can be done as very little information from websites is saved locally in your browser. Occasionally websites will cache information in your browser but it ...


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Create standard user (root is default) and run it with him. If you want other solutions please use google. There are many but this is the simplest. EDIT (as root): cd /opt/google/chrome Launching chrome simply will not work because in Kali linux we are the root user, chrome wants us to be another user. So launch it like this First make a ...


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If you want to keep using Google Chrome, I suggest to get to chrome://flags inside the browser and look for the 'NPAPI' point and activate it. It has worked nicely for me in several webpages that needed NPAPI to work properly.



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