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I am trying to get a job now.
I goto my local CraigsList mostly to apply to jobs.
When I click on the email link for a job on my local CraigsList on Google Chrome Internet browser
it successfully opens Mozilla Thunderbird email client on my Kubuntu 14.04 LTS 64Bit.
The only problem is the email ad
I came across a small issue using Google Chrome in Ubuntu 12.04. While wathing YouTube video the 'Aw, Snap!' mistake appears (the one with a dead folder =)
I guess I need some plug-in for the Chrome, how do I get it?
Many thanks in advance!
P.S. Video runs perfect on Mozilla Firefox, the problem seems to be in Chrome only.
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