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extensions or programs that work with Google's Chrome web browser.

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support this feature. Is there a Chrome addon that asks for a confirmation for every page when I try to leave a page that has data in <input>s and <textarea>s? …
asked Apr 11 '15 by Pacerier
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Whenever there are too many tabs opened, Chrome will show a "Page(s) Unresponsive" message: Optional informative rant: Now, I know that the tabs'll eventually respond and thus I do not wish … presses— but it's a never-ending series of center-screen popups, one after another. Is there a Chrome addon to do any of these? : 'Wait' and do not ask again. 'Wait' and do not ask for the next x …
asked Jun 5 '15 by Pacerier
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Using Chrome, we can open links in new tabs either via CtrlClick or Right-clickOpen link in new tab: The new tab is not guaranteed to open to the immediate right-hand side of the parent tab. For … those interested in the odd algorithm Chrome uses, : By default, Chrome will open the new tab at the immediate right-hand side of the rightmost tab among the chained (i.e. connected side-by-side …
asked Jun 5 '15 by Pacerier
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By default, when we hover a mouse over a tab and freeze it for a consecutive ~500 mseconds, Chrome will show the title of the page in a tooltip, e.g.: (Btw, if you have a jittery mouse that is … unable to remain still, you'll never be able to see the tooltip.) Is there a Chrome addon to show the title of the page by double-clicking on the tab? The text must be "usual text", such that it can …
asked Jun 14 '15 by Pacerier
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Optional informative rant: When testing PHP code, I often use Chrome browser. To read PHP and Apache error/debug messages, I use LTF Viewer. This is getting annoying because I'd have to … there a Chrome addon to view a server's PHP and Apache errors? It must be able to handle large log files, on the order of millions of lines. (This shouldn't be a problem because I'd only be tailing …
asked Apr 3 '15 by Pacerier