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Uncheck Bookmarks in the iCloud control panel. & point 2... not much at all; wouldn't worry about it.


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I am still on Mavericks, but have found this Multiple Folders in the /private/tmp So I deleted them all, did the same as @tubedogg, but on top of that I also used the Google uninstaller in /Library/Application Support/Google to get rid of it.


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I'm having a similar problem, though I haven't seen the Chrome Canary folders. I've tried two things now (one in the last few minutes, so let's see if it works this time). First, open Applications > Utilities > Terminal and copy/paste the following: cd /tmp sudo rm -rf 2014* At this point you will be prompted for a password. Enter the password you use to ...


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It seems like the problem is now fixed with Google Chrome Version 39.0.2171.65 (64-bit). Mine wasn't updated automatically from version 38, so Just uninstall and download new one then install Hope this helps.


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You could use an AppleScript like that to do it. tell application "Safari" to activate delay 3 --adjust to your needs tell application "System Events" tell process "Safari" tell menu bar 1 tell menu bar item "View" tell menu "View" click menu item "Hide Toolbar" end tell ...


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Some solutions here appear to be outdated. Good answer is available here: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/3220216?hl=en


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Since you own a Retina MBP I'd suggest resetting PRAM of your MacBook. Here's a link on how to do exactly that: Reset your computer’s PRAM I recently (after updating to Yosemite), experienced a blurry GUI myself. After trying several things with the graphics driver I ended up resetting my PRAM which fixed my issues.


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Wired.com has a succinct article here which brings up some interesting points: The quick story is that Google Chrome Helper isn’t really the problem. It tends to go on the rampage when there’s a rogue extension or when Google Chrome’s plug-in settings are configured to run everything by default. ... but most users in the Help Center forums seem to ...


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go to chrome://flags look for something with sandbox click disable -> restart chrome


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This is a Chrome bug which is fixed in the 64-bit Beta which I use. It's a beta but works fairly well, I haven't noticed any problems except the headbar occasionally not retracting in presentation mode.


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AFIK it is only possible (Hangouts On Air only) Audio setting: Whether you’re performing your favorite song in a Hangout On Air or just talking with a few friends, you can optimize the audio by going to your settings and choosing the sound setting that works best for you.


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You can check the mode property: tell application "Google Chrome" if exists window 1 then if mode of window 1 = "incognito" then -- insert your code here end if end if end tell


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You can install Google Chrome and use it side by side with other browsers such as Safari (built-in), Firefox (need to download & install), and Opera (need to download & install). One of the browsers will need to be set as your default. This can be changed in System Preferences > General. It's worth noting, Safari is the default browser in all ...


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Sort of... If you mean "when I click on a "mailto:" link on a web page, can it go to my Gmail tab in Chrome instead of Apple's Mail.app." the answer is yes. In Chrome go to Setting -> Advanced ->content Settings. Scroll down to handlers -> manage handlers and select Gmail from the mailto link. A more complete tutorial for Chrome, Firefox and IE can be ...


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Is the external monitor always connected to your machine? I'm not sure this will work or if this is a viable solution, but try to set the external monitor as your primary display and report back.


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This is a bug with Google Chrome: Issue 150068: "Save as" modal sheet sometimes not sized correctly https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=150068 As a workaround, you can go fullscreen then open the sheet—this forces it to fit on the screen.


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I also posted this on the VMWare forum: https://communities.vmware.com/message/2446538#2446538 I had an answer back from DrTone who said the following: Shutdown your VM and change your hardware mode from 11 to 10 and restart your VM. Your performance should be back to what you expect. Fusion has MAJOR issues with hardware level 11. I did as he ...


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Chrome is set as the default browser on your machine, and the default email is set as your Network Solutions webmail. To change the default browser, go to System Preferences > General > Default web browser and change it to your choice of browser. (You can also change this in Safari under the Safari menu > Preferences > General > Default web browser.) To ...


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The user images (avatars) are stored on various services, such as Gravatar. It is possible one or more service is either unavailable or blocked on your network. If you use a third party advert blocker within your browser, you may find some user images are blocked. Some advert blocking software considers single-source/multi-website user images a means of ...


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This works on Mavericks: open /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app --new --args --new-window https\://www.google.ca followed by: osascript -e 'activate application "Google Chrome"' Tested in sh, bash and zsh. For some reason, if I try to put them on the same line like so: /usr/bin/open /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app --new --args --new-window ...


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I'm also getting that same glitch. Like I also have a mid-2010 Macbook Pro. My system also kernel panics about once a week with a GPU panic. The issue is pretty sporadic for me, and I might go a week without experiencing it. Since it happened while on this page, I couldn't resist posting a screenshot.


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You can join this discussion group on Chromium to be notified when Chromium people have done something about it. Meanwhile check your Chrome GPU settings with chrome://gpu/ in the Chrome web address window.


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You can see developers from the Google Chrome team discussing the issue here. If I'm reading correctly, something triggers a change in the way things are drawn to the screen. The WindowServer process, which is responsible for drawing everything to the screen, issues a notification announcing that change to every process with a GUI and expects an ...


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Just noting that Safari 8 has an option to import directly from Chrome. In Safari, select File > Import From from menu bar.


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I've found that the speech recognition services do not load by default. The first time you hit the hotkey (which on my machine is hitting Fn twice), it loads the ~1GB of service into RAM. Unless you've unwittingly hit the hot key or activated some software that wants to use voice recognition, it shouldn't be loaded. That being said, if you don't want to use ...


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You can kill this process (in terminal or activity monitor), and it seems as long as the Dictation & Speech pref pane (Yosemite) has dictation and enhanced dictation off and the pref pane is not open, it won't re-spawn. See for ref: http://www.mcelhearn.com/os-x-10-9-mavericks-enhanced-dictation-is-a-memory-hog-and-doesnt-work-very-well/ ...


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Open Safari. Click Preferences on the top left next to the Apple logo. A box appears. You can now see Autofill on top. Click Autofill. Now select or unselect as per your requirements.



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