I have Google Chrome installed on my GN2 and have had no issues until today I noticed that my bookmark widget is opening all bookmarked pages in the stock browser for GN2, not Chrome. I have tried clearing cache and data for internet in application manager. Any ideas on how to fix this?
Since I made the update to 12.04, Google Chrome started to have random crashes. When I try to open it again, the classic message arrives: "Google Chrome Didn’t Shut down Correctly.To reopen the pages you had open Click Restore?"
Is somebody having the same problem? How can I prevent this ?
I have kind of an odd situation. Fresh install of Ubuntu with a Chrome download from google.com/chrome. My webcam's activity light keeps flickering when Chrome is running. Chrome is also very slow No extensions other than Lastpass and Xmarks. I've never seen Chrome do this before. Any ideas?
Every time Chrome is updated, it reverts to opening small screen [NOT maximised]. This is very irritating.
In order to reset it to open maximised, you need to change the general command parameter in /usr/share/applications.
Find the Google Chrome icon [desktop configuration file] and right click (clack).
Select properties, which shows the basic properties.
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gedgon wrote:ElderSnake wrote:I understand, it's just that it seems strange on this same machine Chrome/Chromium use less memory in the other distros and is very usable (moreso than Firefox). On my Arch install using XFCE and trying to run as light as possible and yet somehow the browser is using crazy memory.Interesting. Indeed, there is a difference.
I am building a web-based application. My users will utilize Google Chrome exclusively. I want to have auto-print when certain pages are opened without the typical Google Chrome print dialogue. Is this possible?
(Note that on other pages I want to access the print dialogue to provide customer with choice of printer and print options).