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This seems like an effective solution. A single Automator Run AppleScript action with the following script: set text item delimiters to linefeed set my_list to "/Users/username/Documents/URL_list.txt" tell application "Google_Chrome" to set new_items to (get the URL of the active tab in window 1) as string do shell script "echo " & quoted form of ...


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Just found this How To Fix Chrome Update Error 11 On A Mac And it really worked for me


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Go to Apple --> System Preferences --> Accessibility. Choose "Mouse & Trackpad" from the left column, and click on the "Trackpad Options..." button in the right window. Make sure that the box called "Scrolling" is checked. In my case this was not checked and I couldn't use two-finger scrolling in any window or application.


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Yes you can with this experimental feature. go to http://chrome://flags/#enable-native-notifications enable the feature and restart.


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⌘ + ` will switch between accounts in Chrome Web browser.


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I found the issue for me was that some plugins needed to be removed (or disabled and enabled) - particular Markdown Here. There's an ongoing ticket here about this bug, it's got something todo with Google Offline and Markdown Here, I disabled both and re-enabled them (in your Chrome Settings > Extensions). This fixed the problem! How to fix High CPU usage ...


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I found this app, but not sure how extensive is it compared to a traditional web inspector Ergo Web Tools by James Finley https://appsto.re/us/3vdC_.i Let me know if you've found an alternative or something


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With the current version of Chrome (51.0.2704.106 (64-bit)) you can just right-click an url and then open it with the fourth menu choice from top: "Open Link as PROFILE" (your configured Chrome profile). I hope this helps.


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This is not supported for now by the Google Chrome Browser. Same a Chromium - Google Chrome has no code for an own proxy built in and relies on the Operating System ... As you already found out - the setting will open the Preference Pane :)


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I effectively solved the issue by uninstalling the extension D (disconnect.me) Check if you have it installed and disable it. Go back to the activity monitor and double check if "preventing sleeping" is still set to YES if so: I suspect you could try disabling other extensions with similar results.


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The Search Bar highlight colour is controlled by a System Preference. System Prefs > General > Highlight color This works for Safari & Chrome - though it also changes your highlight system-wide.


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I think that the only way to do it is on the website developer's end. It can be accomplished, at least on Chrome, by adding a META tag to the HEAD of the web page's source code. The META tag should have the value of theme-color and a valid colour HEX code, RGB code or CSS color value. There's further information available from the Chrome Platform Status ...


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We have a Fix for this! In Chrome Version 52 beta we can now enable a new Flag to detach a Tab in a Fullscreen Window on Mac. Without Workarounds or extensions! The Flag: chrome://flags/#enable-fullscreen-in-tab-detaching And here the Bug-Report with Status Fixed: https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=507942



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