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For those using Snow Leopard 10.6.8, these options can be set under the OSX "System Preferences" > Keyboard > "Keyboard Shortcuts" Tab > "Keyboard and Text Input". Apparently, by default Cmd+` is set to "Move focus to next window in appl...". However, this shortcut doesn't work for me because my keyboard is Japanese, and therefore I need to press Shift to ...


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Just to keep this up to date - Google Chrome is now 64-bit, since v39 https://www.google.com/chrome/browser/desktop/index.html


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The software is NOT completely removed from your system! A Closer Look at Coupons.com http://www.benedelman.org/news/082807-1.html Is installing a Coupon Printer safe? http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r20236965-Is-installing-a-Coupon-Printer-safe-


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I have the same issue with a 17" MacBook Pro (Late 2011). I can only solve it by switching from the Intel HD 3000 card to the AMD Radeon one by using the gfxCardStatus tool.


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You can use google chrome sync option to sync your chrome history on other devices. I believe this URL will helps you https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/2591582?hl=en


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The latest version of Chrome is 64 bit. Widevine only runs on 32 bit browsers


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I had this problem too but the solution is really easy Let's suppose you create an Alias in the host file to your machine with the name localhost2 That entry in the host file should look like this: 127.0.0.1 localhost2 When you type "localhost2" in the safari url bar you will notice in the dropdown that the default option is to search that in google, ...


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One place to check is chrome://plugins/ in Google Chrome. Just type that into the address bar and hit ENTER. You should see a list of all the plugins that are available through Chrome. If you've downloaded and installed Flash, you should see two entries there. One for your own install and one for the version of Flash that comes bundled with Chrome. It will ...


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There are 2 types of Adobe Flash. One is already a part of the Browsers, called Plugin To check in Chrome type chrome://plugins/ in the address bar, and see if it is enabled. The other one is the Stand alone version of Flash player that will show up in your System Preferences.


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On Yosemite, that Workgroup Manager app doesn't work, neither did modifying the plist. This worked for me, in a terminal: defaults write com.google.Chrome AutoSelectCertificateForUrls -array defaults write com.google.Chrome AutoSelectCertificateForUrls -array-add -string '{"pattern":"https://[*.]my.domain:8090","filter":{"ISSUER":{"CN":"example.com"}}}'


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Not 100% sure, but It looks like the latest stable release (39.0.2171.71, released 11/25), may have fixed this.


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You might try doing part of what Byron suggested, but rather than a shutdown, force a restart. In Terminal, sudo restart -h now followed with your password will force a reboot. When you hear the startup chime, press and hold Command-S to enter single-user mode. Then use rm -rf on the Chrome app, and also delete the ...


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That other answer isn't good because you should not shut down your computer, and it is very unlikely that malware has anything to do with not being able to shut down an application. Do this Type sudo killall Google\ Chrome on the Terminal. If this does not work, do this: pgrep -x "Google Chrome" You will see a number, then type kill -9 numberhere where ...


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Please try the following: Open the Terminal application Type "sudo shutdown -h now" and hit enter. When prompted, enter your password. You will not see the password as it is typed. Hit enter once more. This should immediately force your computer to shut down. You may have malware on your machine. I recommend having it scanned. Cheers, Byron


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You can create Web Apps for offline viewing by adding them to the home screen. To do this the web page must be written using HTML5 Offline Application Cache. See the below link for further details. https://developer.apple.com/library/safari/documentation/iPhone/Conceptual/SafariJSDatabaseGuide/OfflineApplicationCache/OfflineApplicationCache.html


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Option 1 = Switch to fullscreen Option 2 = Autohide the dock When you try to save this time resize the dialog window so its not so low and continue saving. It should remember the same size when you switch back to your normal screen or dock settings.


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You can try the Google's Manual Update to see if a Version is available for your Language. In Finder, select Go > Go to Folder. In the window that appears, enter one of the following locations. It's expected that one of these folders won't be found: /Library/Google/GoogleSoftwareUpdate/GoogleSoftwareUpdate.bundle/Contents/Resources/ ...


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Chrome is updated automatically by a process that runs in the background. Though sometimes I have to launch it and update it from the"About Chrome" menu selection, that may me being to picky avoid what Little Snitch tells me about... Anyway you don't (or shouldn't) have to do anything, it will update all by itself with no loss of anything. Just check "About ...


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I just discovered that it can be done by switching to the adjacent workspace using Ctrl + Left (or Right) arrow. Update: After I restarted the OS (or maybe created a new user, sorry not sure) I noticed that when I switch to new profiles they are now created under the same app group so I can do again Cmd + tilde. Update 2: I just discovered that the green ...


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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'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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