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I need to run two tabs in Google Chrome at startup. On first tab I've got a slideshow on second I've got player with internet radio playing.

Everything works fine until Google Chrome v47. I found solution for that version: there was a flag #enable-plugin-power-saver

But Google Chrome v48 doesn't have that flag.

Maybe someone knows how to solve that problem?

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In the Chrome address bar, go to

chrome://settings/

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Then in the On Startup section, select Open a specific page or set of pages

Click the Set Pages Link and add both of your URLs in the boxes that you want Chrome to start up with.

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  • Ok. My question was not precise. The problem is with second tab it doesn't autoplay audio. You need to click on that tab to start playing. – macler Mar 17 '16 at 14:29
  • OK gotcha... I'll see what I can figure out – ode2k Mar 17 '16 at 14:33

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