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Click on Chrome, Preferences, Show advanced settings, uncheck the box "Offer to save your web passwords".
HTML audio has shaky compatibility across all the different browsers. For this to work correctly, the audio would need to be converted into MP3, OGG and WAV formats. (in addition to converting the video, which different browsers prefer different formats, too) In short, HTML audio and video is young, and a fuller experience will come once the standards ...
Google has buried this option in a very hard-to-find location. Visit chrome://flags/#enable-rich-notifications in Chrome.app Change that setting to Disabled. (It's probably on Default currently.)
You mac has saved Chrome passwords in the key chain. Open your key chain and sort by typing the name Google in search window so you can do the following easier. This is what it looks like on my MBA. Click on the first one of the Google password and then open the access control tab Set to allow all applications to use If you are not ...
Atomic browser will work it out!
After months of research this is how to disable the annoying animation that occurs on some videos on Youtube. Delete the file called ffmpegsumo.so in: /Applications/Google Chrome.app/Contents/Versions/[your current version]/Google Chrome Framework.framework/Libaries. And voilà! Enjoy!
To close all windows except the frontmost window, run: osascript -e 'tell app "Google Chrome" to close (windows 2 thru -1)' To close all windows except the window opened first, run a script like this in AppleScript Editor: tell application "Google Chrome" if number of windows < 2 then return set min to id of window 1 repeat with w in ...
Unfortunately, I don't think this is possible. Safari's push notifications are specific to Safari, and so cannot be configured to open in Chrome. It's a part of individual apps and their implementation of the push notification system. You haven't specified which Apple OS you are using, but I can talking from my experience of iOS. I don't know if push ...
This might help you : Type about: flags in the address bar and hit Enter button. Now locate the following three options and disable them. GPU accelerated compositing GPU Accelerated Canvas 2D Web page Prerendering
In a nutshell it caused by Chrome don't do any checks "is it new computer or not". So, you should do 2 steps: Rename new mac to unique name. (Preferences -> Sharing -> Computer Name) Delete Chrome data file on new computer. For me (on 10.9.2) this command works well: rm -rf ~/Library/Application\ Support/Google/Chrome Be careful if your important data ...
That looks like you have a Chrome plug-in that is a web site reader. On your screen shot one can see the "250wpm" (words per minute)in bottom right corner, that would be an indication that you have a reader plug installed. Remove it or fix it.
This is a bug in Chrome as recorded at google as issue 319580. The other symptoms as described in that bug report are that display update is very slow when the animated icon for the browser tab is on any 4K display such as the Seiki 39 mentioned in the question. One work around is to move the browser tab animation off screen and performance returns to ...
In Activity Monitor.App you can see for each process Open Files and Ports. You can do the same things with Instruments.app which is part of the Xcode/Development bundle. You should dig it that direction, it can be that Chrome loads something for your external Volume.
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