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At the present time the latest version of Google Chrome is: 50.0.2661.94 Under OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.5... If you do not have Google Chrome installed, and you download a copy and install it, the version will show as: 49.0.2623.112 If you then try to update it through Google Chrome it will report: "Google Chrome is up to date." Note that the ...


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If you go to Window->Task Manager in Chrome, it will pull up an activity monitor just for Chrome. Then, you can see if any extensions or sites you installed and are active are causing memory usage. You can also go to chrome://memory-redirect/ (or click the "Stats for Nerds" link in the Task Manager) to see this information partitioned in the following way ...


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This is currently not possible because Chrome does few things its own way. Here is the bug that tracks this https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=42434 Still if you dream about adding a comment there forget it, even if Chromium is Open-Source the team decided that they don't need external feedback and disabled the commenting. There is also ...


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I fixed this problem by going to Chrome://extensions Because I have Adobe Acrobat installed on my computer, the extension was present, but defaulted to 'disabled'. Toggling to 'enabled' now triggers a pop-up when clicking pdf links, to 'Open in Acrobat'


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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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I know two products that do near the same thing as you want: Hazel (14-Day Trial): You can write rules to do actions when events are occurred. SafariStand (Open Source): If you use OS X older that 10.11 it can be used. Although you can install SafariStand only on Safari and it organized downloaded files according to the date of download. You can use the ...


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user3439894's proposal Content in /Users/masi/Library/Application\ Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Custom\ Dictionary.txt somehting checksum_v1 = 2e0427564c95a02fc68d601104512ebd which you can just delete.


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This issue is so annoying for me, and today I finally got it resolved! So, in hope to help some poor soul like myself, I want to share what I did: Go to System Preference --> Keyboard --> Shortcuts tab --> Move focus to next window Set it to ⌘ + `


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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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Pressing esc will "undo" your previous keystroke and eventually take you back to the browsing area. You may have to press esc multiple times though.


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Command+± (the one above tab) does the job. OSX Yosemite 10. en-US language layout


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Go to the Chrome menu bar, click on "More Tools" → "Encoding" and choose a new encoding format. I am using "Unicode UTF-8", it seems to work for me.


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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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I also tried Caffeine, but it did not work. What seems to work for me is to have the laptop plugged in. It should not go to sleep.



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