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This is a discussion on Per-Tab Work Offline? within the Chrome Plugins section, part of the Google Chrome category: Coming back to the cable proposition... a switch maybe? Yes, that would be better, of course the connection between the ...


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    Coming back to the cable proposition... a switch maybe?
    Yes, that would be better, of course the connection between the tab and the switch must be found. That would be one switch per tab... hmmmm... you would have to decide on a fixed number of tabs, otherwise it will be really complicated

    Consider this as humor please !!!

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    @transitionality: Your seemingly quoted points aren't altogether logical or valid. Do stop being arsey and looking for arguments. The gist of what I'm saying is that you don't know me or my capabilities from a statement or two, and Windows software developers I know made comments which I passed on. No big deal. Have fun mate.

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    Download the movie instead so you don't need browser to do the job :=) ?

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    @Benni: That's not a bad idea. There are Greasemonkey scripts that claim to enable downloads from MegaVideo, and that's another direction I'm looking at. But a Work Offline feature would have wider appeal -- a number of people have brought it up:

    http://www.google.com/support/forum/...938130d3&hl=en

    http://forums.techarena.in/technolog...et/1219482.htm

    http://markmail.org/message/vccq4q7z6pxkurlr

    http://stevenpratt.com/2008/09/03/go...t-impressions/

    http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-193070.0.html

    So a Work Offline feature would definitely serve the common good.
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    @Michael3185:

    > Your seemingly quoted points aren't altogether logical or valid.

    I quoted YOU saying YOU are far from being a Chrome developer. Are you saying that this point is not logical or valid? Are you saying that YOU YOURSELF are not logical or valid?

    Then you automatically concede the debate to me.

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    use chromeplus. open an IE tab, and right click the main windows and work offline. done
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    If I were willing to use the IE rendering engine, with all its security vulnerabilities, I'd just use IE.

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    I would also welcome an offline feature; I have data limit but I want to be online in train, readin pages I have opened at work, but without all the javascript and other crappy stuff consuming my data limit (typical case, although not my typical case, is Facebook - this shite can consume loads of data within a while without browsing it, just left open).Single offline check for whole browser would be fine for me, but per tab/window would be even greater (keeping bandwith hungry pages offline while still being able to browse)... And I reject to accept the stupid way of saving pages which I want to read - this doesn't put the browser offline anyway, so anything I have open would have to be saved, closed and reopened from the local file, ain't that fekin stupid??????? All other browsers can switch to offline, why Chrome can't? Actually I think it should be a default option, not a plug-in!CePal

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    Yes according to me luc is right chrome can not be work offline . It includes cloud computing

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