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This is a discussion on Chrome 4.0.245.0 is out within the Chrome Talk section, part of the Google Chrome category: it's nice but too bad most of the good scripts are only greasemonkey compatible...


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    it's nice but too bad most of the good scripts are only greasemonkey compatible

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    Yes, but more and more scripts are now Chrome compatible.
    6 months ago you could only find a handful of scripts that would work in Chrome, now you have plenty... really!

    This is what you can see on many scripts now:

    Tested on: Firefox 3.0.15 and 3.5.5
    Tested on: SeaMonkey 2.0 (with a patch)
    Tested on: Opera 10.01 with emulate GM functions by TarquinWJ (but not all works like in Firefox)
    Flashblock user: Don't forget to put the youtube url in the white-list.
    Work with YouTube PlayList.

    Chromium/Google Chrome: Can someone test this for me ? (if it doesn't work, tell me why...)
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    They closed that out as 'will not fix' it appears. I thought the cookie management was one of the weak points of the browser and its just gotten weaker imo.

    Some form of tab management like tabs mix plus and some form of cookie management are needed. I assume that those are off limits right now though.

    Quote Originally Posted by sarjoor View Post
    Add a STAR to http://code.google.com/p/chromium/is...etail?id=27657 to see how this problem goes....

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    The Dev 4.0.249.0 is out and the problem with the font change option is gone

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    but, textbox for filtering cookies still missing
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    I use http://www.ccleaner.com to do cookie cleaning, so I can be very selective and the advantage is that my saved cookies are remembered.

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    @LucVN; I use CCleaner too - great application, and selective too, as you say.

    I'm playing with different browsers at the moment and testing out various ad blocking idea (yes, that again!) Opera 10 is superb in many ways, and I'm finding its cookie handling useful. I've set it to alert me to all cookies, and its showing me the nasty background ones as well as the expected ones, and letting me permanently accept or refuse them. When using Chrome they're just let in regardless (if I leave cookies 'on') and I have to clean up with CCleaner once in a while.

    Is there an easy way to allow 'ok' cookies in Chrome, but block out the background nasties like doubleclick, tzuy, etc? I find if I allow all then the bad ones are saved without me knowing, but allowing only cookies from sites I visit stops some of them working.
    Veesteronnalaptop, and Chrome extension mods at http://gochrome.letsdoo.org

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    I'm actually using Chromium and so far no cookie software recognizes it unfortunately.

    Quote Originally Posted by Luc VN View Post
    I use http://www.ccleaner.com to do cookie cleaning, so I can be very selective and the advantage is that my saved cookies are remembered.

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    clearing the cache periodically may help

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    Quote Originally Posted by ConnectedTraveler View Post
    I'm actually using Chromium and so far no cookie software recognizes it unfortunately.
    I think this will help Traveller; http://en.kioskea.net/faq/sujet-3892...on-to-ccleaner. Should be easy to modify it for Chromium.
    Veesteronnalaptop, and Chrome extension mods at http://gochrome.letsdoo.org

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