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I use google-chrome 74.0.3729.131-1 on Ubuntu. According to the informations which I have found I have tried to enable FPS counter using chrome://flags and settings but I haven't found such option. How to do it ?

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    What information that you found are you referring to?
    – fixer1234
    May 13, 2019 at 9:42

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Show FPS has moved to the 'Rendering' tab in the developer tools sidebar.

  1. Press F12
  2. In the bottom (console) section, click the 3 vertical dots
  3. Select the 'Rendering' page to add it to the bottom pane
  4. You should see 'FPS meter' 3rd item down

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Update:

From Chrome 80, the 'FPS Meter' checkbox is the 4th item in the list. You can also access the Rendering tab from the top-right . menu

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  • ... -> more tools -> Rendering -> FPS Meter
    – sonnenhaft
    Nov 25, 2019 at 4:14
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    Then go ask Google chromium team, I'm not responsible for them pulling the functionality! The answer was valid until Google regressed the feature. I'm not sure what you're expecting me to do here.... Nov 11, 2020 at 20:21
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    In 2023, the setting is now called 'Frame Rendering Stats'.
    – J-Bobo
    May 25, 2023 at 13:58
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    @LlamaD'Attore I don't believe so, no. I can't detach the dialog from the top left. Sep 25, 2023 at 7:51
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With the focus on the Dev Tools Console, press CMD+SHIFT+P (Mac, ⌘+⇧+P) or CTRL+SHIFT+P (Windows, Linux) and type "FPS" and press enter.

Doesn't get easier, and it's future-proof for whenever Chrome changes the location of the tool in the menus.

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