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This command allows me to stream content without running out of memory: Google-chrome --disable-gpu


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The place where you set spell check is System Preferences/Keyboard/Text/Spelling. Go to the Setup item there and check the boxes for all three languages you want, and then set it to Automatic. Automatic doesn't always work perfectly, however. Below is the result I get with just boxes for English, French, and Spanish checked and set to Automatic.


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I do not use Chrome (often) and Firefox is my favorite browser. So I added Spanish to the Spell check and if I right click and select it it works just fine. One drawback is it applies to the whole text so I can not spell check just a single word. If you want to do that in Chrome: Under the Edit tab select the Spelling and Grammar-> Show Now select ...


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Chrome uses a combination of an internal database (LoginDatabase) and Keychain to store passwords. LoginDatabase stores some metadata, including usernames but not passwords, about each login that is stored. The site's URL, username and password are stored in Keychain. (The reason for the split is that extra metadata needs to be saved that isn't supported in ...


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I have an indirect solution for downloading images you find on iOS's default browser (or Chrome?), and it will require a PC. Images will be saved on PC storage at first. Then optionally copy them back to iOS with their original filenames and their folder structure. Would you accept this as a trade-off from ability to save images on iOS with original ...


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In ~/Library/Preferences/ add a plist entry to the file com.google.Chrome.plist such that the key is IncognitoModeAvailability and the value is 1. Here is an example: assuming the file com.google.Chrome.plist doesn't exist, use a text editor to save the following code: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <!DOCTYPE plist PUBLIC "-//Apple//DTD ...


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This is a bit of guesswork, as I don't have a dual GPU machine to test with - but this works across even different computers using the same screen. The difficulty may be in persuading the system to swap profiles at the same time as it swaps GPUs. The way to do this accurately would be with a hardware colorimeter, designed to test & balance the screen, ...


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Here's a way: Log in to your Google Account on Chrome (top right) Choose the sync everything you want (including extensions) If everything is synched, go to settings (Cmd + ,) and under synchronisation settings uncheck extensions Remove the IDM extension Make sure you have synch set up on your PC as well


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Have you tried resetting the SMC? Shutdown your Mac Connect the power cable Press and hold the LEFT Alt + Ctrl + Shift keys While still holding the keys above, press the power button Besides that, could you check what color profiles you have installed and report back? Removing faulty profiles and rebooting might help solve your issue as well. ...


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Identical problem. Chrome Version 42.0.2311.135 (64-bit) Also a MacPro. Could it be happening only in MacPro? Have to switch to Safari for now. I have no problem with Chrome (identical settings) on MacBook.


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After seeing it in Firefox too, I decided it must be hardware-related. To avoid having to open up the Mac and change out the graphics card (which required a bit of effort to get the new card in there in the first place, due to it not aligning precisely with the PCI slot opening in the back), I tried changing out the cord. (I recently switched from having it ...


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See this bug on chromium. Essentially it boils down to security settings that are not available unless the Mac app (Chrome, in this case) is released through the Mac App Store. Note that due to the way Handoff is implemented in Chrome/Mac, the current tab from Chrome/Mac can be opened in Safari/iOS. When you are in Handoff range and have an open tab in ...


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Right click the table headers (App Name, Energy Impact, etc.) and check Process ID. Now you can see the PIDs associated with that Energy Impact values. Next, click the 'customize/options' button in Chrome (it's the triple horizontal stripes button next to the URL bar) and go to More Tools > Task Manager, which brings up Chrome's internal task manager. In ...


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Go to Finder Open your home folder (i.e. "/Users//") Open "Applications" You should be able to see a folder named "Chrome Apps" Either you can delete this folder or open it and delete the apps one by one.


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Chrome is reporting that DigiCert High Assurance EV Root CA root certificate had expired on July 2014. This issue can be address by following these steps: Manually deleted my local copy of DigiCert High Assurance EV Root CA (open Keychain Access, select keychains:login, select category: certificates, search for DigiCert, right click, delete) Downloaded ...


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Some sites automatically replace text smilies with emoji-style characters. Stack Exchange doesn't & the Mac doesn't by default [nor can I find any way to make it other than in specific apps like Skype & Messages], so a simple test may be to look at this with both Chrome & another browser & see if one replaces :') [colon apostrophe close ...


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As claimed by this issue, text substitution appears to have been disabled due to a bug: Text replacement was originally disabled due to http://crbug.com/173405 but Apple has since fixed the root cause of the issue. Another issue is open to track progress on the feature.


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This is not a OS X problem. It's a Chrome problem. When a browser receives a keystroke, it needs to decide whether to apply it to the webpage first or its UI/chrome(lower-case). Google Chrome chose the latter as a design decision. Firefox made the opposite choice. As a consequence, when a Firefox user tries to COMMAND+ARROW to go back/forward, he might end ...


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I've used https://pqrs.org/osx/karabiner/ before, but I'm not sure if it will allow you to use it the way you've described. Perhaps reading their docs for re-mapping keys.


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Selecting the file and doing Command+i will bring up the file's Info. Under the More Info section you'll find the Where From information, which is the URL where the file was downloaded from.


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Google Chrome has a feature called App Launcher. If you install any apps from that part of the store the browser will put shims for the apps in ~/Applications (it also puts an identical copy in ~/Library/Application Support/Google/Chrome/Default/Web Applications/LONG_RANDOM_IDENTIFIER/). If it is doing this then you should have a folder within ~/Applications ...


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There's nothing wrong with having an Applications folder in your Home folder - that's where applications specific to that user live. It may be empty if it was created but either unpopulated or the app later deleted. The test to see if it will be recreated by the OS itself would be reboot, delete it, reboot.



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