Though I have faced a lot of issues with chromium in the past and never looked back after having installed
Chrome Canary, recently, since updating to canary 32, I see that JS is not
getting executed in the inspector console …so I decided to move to chromium
till I find a resolution.
Basically chromium runs
parallel to chrome installation:
The major issue is that I
want to migrate my extensions and settings from chrome as starting from scratch
would be a pain for sure so I copied the :
From Chrome User Data to
But that did not work…
Rather than debugging, I am
simply replacing the chromium user data to chrome’s…
That did the trick nicely and
I was able to get all chrome settings to chromium
That gave me an idea of checking
if it’s my user data that’s causing chrome inspector console to not work
So I renamed it and launched
chrome only to find that I was right and now it works perfectly….
Btw this is Version
32.0.1671.4 Aura SyzyASan version that I am talking about…
The use case I have is to show a URL in chrome in Full
Screen. There are 3 ways of doing this.
Note that in case you open the URL in a new tab and try to
I found the below ways to do it without user having to allow
fullscreen or even enter the URL in the address bar:
the chrome shortcut, append: chrome.exe –kiosk –incognito
–user-data-dir=$(mktemp -d) –kiosk http://www.google.com
3. This is not quite a fix, you can still exit full
screen mode as normal, but you can start a web site/app full screen:
1. Bookmark the page you want to
open on startup.
2. Open a new tab and go to the
3. Drag your bookmark onto the app
area to create an app shortcut
4. Right click on your newly
created ‘app’ and select ‘Open full screen’
5. Right click on it again and
click ‘Create application shortcuts…’
This will give you a shortcut to
open your chosen page in full screen. If anyone finds a way to disable the full
screen popup please post it.
Tampermonkey – the most popular userscript manager for Blink-based browsers.
I need this to run a script on every youtube page that i load.
The current way i’m doing this is by having a bookmarklet and a search engine shortcut (i’ve explained it here)
Ok now to write a tapermonkey script i need to first install it, and as i don’t have access to chrome store, i took the source from here
To download svn source i used this, which failed as it said that proxy auth is required…