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The most frequent pages are chosen from your recent browser history. Visiting sites frequently will cause them to repopulate on the new tab page. There is no manual way to add sites. Instead you could install an extension which allows you to choose a different new tab page, perhaps set it to chrome://bookmarks for example.


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Google discontinued its 32-bit version for OS X almost a year ago. Additionally even if you could get a 32-bit version it is going to have lots of security issues. So why would you want to run it knowing it has lots of unresolved security issues! From Install Chrome on your computer: Mac System requirements To use Google Chrome, your computer ...


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Not sure if you got an answer to this question, but I had exactly the same issue myself. Didn't have Open Sans open in Suitcase and it wasn't in my System Folder BUT I did find Open Sans Extrabold installed in my Creative Cloud assets using Typekit. I removed it, restarted machine and problem solved. Hope that helps if you hadn't gotten to the bottom of it!


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This is the Web Browser Cache and History. In the automated section, this setting clears for ALL web browsers and their cache. Deselect the setting. You can always delete your history and other browser specific caches manually thereafter.


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To delete the files containing the all-time history (past 10 weeks) and the current (logged) history, do: cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Google/Chrome/Default then rm History History-journal


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just press command and Q at the same time it works every time bro ;) good luck


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I had the same problem also but found that under Safari → Preferences → Advanced → Internet plug-ins I had checked stop internet plug-ins to save power. Apparently applies even if you are off battery power.


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It plays out of cache when it is started. Whatever page you're on will attempt to download the entire audio and video in order to give the user a higher quality playback. There's an issue in the latest Facebook on iPhone where the audio keeps playing even after leaving the post. Depending on how much cache memory was used the audio will just keep on playing. ...


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The default setting for printing webpages is to try not printing extra images and colors to waste ink etc. Theres an option to print everything, see image below: Let us know if this worked for you.


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Yes, this is how it's supposed to work. Closing the window will literally close the window, but quitting the application closes the application, saving the state of the application (if it supports it) including the windows. The red × does not quit the browser—it just closes the window. The browser itself is still open.


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Unfortunately Google seems to think they know better than everyone else what people need to use online... Here's the deal. They've deprecated those APIs, meaning if you want Java/Flash to work, you're out of luck. HOWEVER, they haven't been removed yet, merely disabled. It'll get removed in a couple of major versions, but you can still force-enable them in ...


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If you prefer the way that Chrome works, I would suggest using Chrome on OS X. In Incognito mode, it works the way you want.


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Maybe SwitchUp is a solution for you. I'm using it for some time now and I like it. SwitchUp makes it easy to create separate profiles so you can use an application for both home and work with different accounts, settings and data. It's like a multi-user environment for every application. Not only for Safari but also for other apps :-) Although you can use ...


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I, too, have looked for this ability in Safari, but it just doesn't exist. I've submitted an enhancement request at Apple's Safari Feedback page every time a new version has come out.


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I also see this occasionally. It seems more like a focus bug, though. It only happens after I've been tabbing between applications and I tab back to Chrome. For some reason, in these cases, Chrome hasn't given the active window focus and cmd+w closes the window instead of the tab.


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Try this to see if you're just looking in the wrong place... Quit Chrome Switch to Finder Open a new Finder window, Cmd ⌘ N Go To... Cmd ⌘ Shift ⇧ G Copy/paste this ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/ (including the tilde ~) into that Go To window Hit Enter What do you see? Bookmarks ought to be in there, along with ...


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Just noting that whenever you use tools like PING and NSLOOKUP you should enter the hostname with a final period like this: ping developer.worldweatheronline.com. Otherwise, your DNS client will think that it needs to suffix that with the default domain name for you. The ending period means "this is all, don't add a suffix". I'm running the following on ...


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This looks more like a SSL negotiation error; I suspect this is a settings issue, not so much a certificate issue; an incorrectly configured proxy (possibly on the shared connection or even on the phone) a mismatched SSL/TLS setting (e.g. SSL version) the server failing the negotiation give a possible NAT or IP range issue with the phone (shared link ...


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Try with the -9 option: killall -9 Google\ Chrome You can also try killing all Chrome processes: kill -9 $(pgrep Chrome)


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I have an entry called GoogleContactSyncService which is an application password, then I have a Google Chrome Sync Passphrase which is stored as a secure note, but I may have added that. Try the former. If this isn't it, then it is likely an application specific password. Go to your Google Account, revoke the prior Authorization and then generate a new ...


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I think the idea is that the website author creates an "app" in the Chrome Web Store, and then you can install that app within Chrome, and then when you open it, it opens in it's own window, with it's own icon in the dock etc.


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You do not need two separate instances of Chrome in order to have two windows. OS X works differently than Windows. To open new window in Chrome (or most of the other apps) press ⌘+N. Chrome restores window states after relaunch if You have this option enabled in preferences.


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Unless you have Background refresh turned on for Safari or Chrome, they don't. Note that when you minimise a app, the app just stays in Stand-by mode. When you again use it, it refreshes the data by sending your information again.


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The problem is related to the San Francisco font on Yosemite, remove it and it get fixed


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I was able to remove Spigot from existing user profiles in Chrome on Mac OS Yosemite, but whenever I created a new profile, the Spigot extensions would reappear. I thought I had tried everything, but finally examined this folder: ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/External Extensions There was a file called external_extensions.json that contained ...



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