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Go to the url chrome://plugins in chrome, then find and enable Chromium PDF Viewer. This will tell Chrome to use its built-in PDF viewer instead of downloading. After this is enabled, to download PDFs, just press command+S.


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A way to do it with Chrome's built in scripting: tell application "Google Chrome" to set URL of active tab of window 1 to "http://example.com" And to expand your script to press return: tell application "Google Chrome" tell application "System Events" tell application process "Google Chrome" set (text field 1 of toolbar 1 of ...


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You could write a folder action script which would parse your downloaded files metadata and move them into folders based on kMDItemWhereFroms metadata attribute value. Or just use Downloads Router Chrome Extension with predefined location rules.


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A friend of mine did it when we saw a movie this weekend. He used my TV as monitor and of course I asked him for a tutorial. He sent me this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zbWQuswykec I will try it tomorrow. I hope it be helpful for you too.


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Try to use Choosy It can prompt you to select from the browsers on your Mac so you can decide which browser is right for a particular link. :)


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Using IOS, open google homepage. Tap on 3 buttons tab in upper right. Tap Settings, then tap Content Settings. Slide bar left to turn off function.



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