Chrome doesn't change the content of web pages to dark mode, but it can be made to.
It's experimental, so at your peril...
Put chrome://flags into the address bar and hit enter. Search for "Dark Mode", enable it, and relaunch Chrome.
I just figured out that macOS Catalina has a limitation on a certificate validity dates (and some other things), a certificate can't have a validity period more than 825 days and my certificate was valid for about 5 years.
So I regenerate my certificate and replace the old one with a certificate that
has a smaller validity period and everything is working ...
Try to run the following command from the terminal and relaunch Chrome
defaults write com.google.Chrome EnableCommonNameFallbackForLocalAnchors -bool true
This can help you to solve your issue.
If you need a workaround to get the site working without replacing the certificate you can do the following.
Download the certificate from the server (using ...
Why - because it's got a bug or loop and can't tell you it's stuck in human terms.
So, you'll need to look at the guts of the program or get someone to help get to why in your case the software wants to eat all your battery.
In activity monitor, first select chrome and run System Diagnostics.... Then go make a cup of tea. When you get back, click Sample ...
Adding to the excellent answer by klanomath, another method would be to press ctrl+cmd+space simultaneously to get the Character Viewer (alternatively select in the menubar Edit > Emoji & Symbols). In the Character Viewer, use the search function to find the "non-breaking hyphen". By double-clicking it will be inserted.