Search redirects in Chrome more often than not mean that there's a custom Search URL defined under Search settings.
You can check this from Chrome Menu → Settings → Manage Search Engines (or by pasting chrome://settings/searchEngines in the omnibar. If there's one defined for twitter, delete that entry and it should work fine after that.
Click the Chrome Menu icon on the browser toolbar.
Select Options (Preferences in Mac and Linux; Settings in Chrome OS) > Under the Hood.
Click Content settings.
In the dialog that appears, find the “Handlers” section:
Select “Allow sites to ask to become default handlers for protocols."
Click Manage handlers and Delete Gmail from Ignored protocol handlers
There is now an alpha-quality Chrome extension for using GPG in Gmail. I have not tried it, so I cannot vouch for it.
FYI "apps and extentions can not be added from this website"
Unfortunately, this is a little bit hidden in the current UI. Here's how you enable desktop notifications:
Go to a board
Scroll to the bottom of the "Activity" widget (lower right)
Click "Allow Notifications"
This setting is per-browser (so you'll need to re-enable it if you use a different computer), and only works in Chrome.
If you don't see that link, ...
It seems to be on a video by video basis.
Your 'create a spaceship' tutorial will buffer when paused, but your 'create a city' tutorial will not.
They seem to use slightly different players; based on the right-click menus. The spaceship tutorial mentions HTML5 and the city tutorial has the standard Flash menu.
You could try forcing the use of a different ...
It's a YouTube bug. According to Google employee ytKeane, it's is a known issue. His or her reply in the Google Product forum is as follows:
Thanks for your patience, all. We have been aware of this issue. It should be resolved soon.
While this issue is live, please try clearing your browser's cache and cookies, or the workaround:
The mute will ...
I'm not sure about the Chrome Application, but you can access your "Keeps" directly by navigating to https://keep.google.com
From there find the note that contains your image...
Open the note
Click the image (to display just the image)
Right mouse and "Save image as..." (in Chrome)
This saved the original (8mp) image for me, not a reduced-for-web version ...
The best Google Chrome extension for this is: "Mymail-Crypt For Gmail"
The Decrypt and Encrypt buttons are well located and easy to use:
such as the managing interface, plus doesn't require you to have gpg installed in your computer.
As of May 2012, the recommended tool (according to the owner - AVOS) for using Delicious in the browser is via the bookmarklet. This was announced in a blog post (Update on the browser extensions) from January 15, 2012. The reason is that the company has decided to focus on improving the service and providing the best possible experience across all browsers, ...
Delicious Bookmarks Extension (Beta)
Delicious Bookmarks is the official Google Chrome extension for Delicious.
This extension has the support to add new bookmarks as well as search existing book marks.
I mostly use the mobile website http://m.facebook.com/messages
Besides the chat functionality of course, it gives me:
Cross platform access without being dependent on installation rights.
No Facebook icon in my taskbar (annoying if you're working at consultancy).
No Windows notifications when you have a new message.
Quick access to my timeline ...
An alternative method, is to use the Pidgin chat client instead.
The settings you need are:
Username: [your current Facebook username] (see step 1)
Currently, you’ll need a Facebook Username (ie, facebook.com/mikeknoop).
Open up Pidgin, Click Accounts, then Manage Accounts. Now click Add.
Fill in the Basic tab with ...
Most likely there will be a line like this in the head tag:
<link ... media="print" ... />
Just remove it through the Chrome Inspector by right clicking it and deleting it. If that does not fix it, there is most likely another one. The problem with doing this however is that sometimes it still will not render as the other ones are most likely media="...
I think mostly so that they can act like bookmarks, only better. I have a Google Docs icon on my desktop that will launch Chrome and go straight to my documents. Sure, I could drop a bookmark there just as easily, but by default it'll have the logo of my default web browser. Sure, I can change it, but it's a hassle. Also, since it's a "Chrome app", it can do ...
Google has a plugin for Chrome called End to End which will allow exactly that. However, it's currently in alpha, and has to be compiled yourself. There's no word on if it will ever be an official part of chrome.
It supports Elliptic Curve Cryptography as part of OpenPGP (RFC 4880 — OpenPGP Message Format, and RFC 6637 — Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC)...
As it works for me with the same list of labs and Chromium 13.0.782.215 and you said you're using the same version, I suspect it'd either be something else in your GMail settings (which you ruled out when the Incognito Window didn't exhibit the problem) or something in your Chrome profile.
I can see three potential sources for the problem on the client side:...
A quick google turns up this: http://updates.html5rocks.com/2012/02/Getting-Gmail-to-handle-all-mailto-links-with-registerProtocolHandler
I had to click a button in the URL field next to the star to select GMail as protocol handler.
It doesn't work on Windows 8 however, must be a change in the API. If I look into chrome://settings/handlers, I should see an ...
In addition to @asif-mistry's answer, the two are different feature-wise :
tags v folder
Google Bookmarks use tags, meaning that a SINGLE bookmark can be tagged with multiple tags.
Chrome Bookmarks uses folder, a bookmark can only exist in a single folder when you add it to bookmark (you can copy it manually in Bookmark Manager though)
After speaking with WhatsApp support the answer is that some extensions make the application think it's a another version of Chrome. It was indeed the answer. In my particular case it happened to be an extension called "Smooth Scroll".
You can open a PDF in the Chrome PDF Viewer from Google Drive by (mis)using the print feature.
After you open the PDF in the Drive PDF Viewer, click the Print icon.
Click Cancel on the dialog box that pops up.
The PDF should now be open in the Chrome PDF Viewer.
On Windows I just encrypt in VisualGPG and then copy/paste into Gmail (plaintext e-mail, of course). Not that convenient, but no too much of a hassle either, considering how often I actually use GnuPG.
Edit: and on Mac, GPGTools seems quite comprehensive.