Same as this question, but regarding Chrome.
When I mouse over a long URL, it puts
... at the end. I don't like that.
Is there a way to disable it? An extension, a hidden
about:config page, or a
chrome.css file I can edit?
There are two ways to see the full link of a
Hover over the link and stay still for a second.
The ellipsis now gets replaced by the truncated part of the
If you don't want to wait, you can use an extension. For example:
Status bar to display non-truncated links on mouseover.
Simple extension that does what it says. Nothing fancy.
- Displays complete link (href attribute) on mouseover. No more truncation.
- Displays complete Page Title five seconds after moving mouse off a link.
- Single-click bar to hide it until you mouse over another link.
- Double-click bar to hide it until you reload the page.
- Customize the look and location via CSS.
The only problem: Now you have two status bars. To change this, open
To maintain only the built-in status bar, make the following changes:
Unfortunately, there's no way to disable or hide Chrome's built-in status bar altogether. However, you can make both status bars blend in with each other.
To do this, make the following changes:
right left 0px height 18px padding 1px 10px 0px 3px font-size 12px color #808080 background-color #DFDFDF border-top none border-left none border-right none
The ViewThru extension for Chrome might give you what you need. More here: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/jkncfnbcgbclefkbknfdbngiegdppgdd