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Google Chrome Dual View

by Chrome Blog on September 16, 2008

Yes, split Google Chrome down the middle in one tab. For the multi-tasking type this will enable you to create 2 side by side “panels” in Chrome in the same tab so you can browse two sites at once side by side.

Why not switch between tabs?

A few reasons, maybe you want to compare search results on both Google and Yahoo or do side by side comparisons of products. Maybe you want to reference something in the left panel and type about it in the right and switching tabs is a pain.. Well this will enable you to do just that. See examples:

A comparison search for Chrome on Google and Yahoo

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Reference content in one panel, write about it in the other

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To use simply drag and drop the following in your bookmarks…

Chrome Dual View

When clicked, a pop-up box asks for the first URL which will be the left panel and the URL you are currently on will be entered by default however this can be changed so in my dual search i entered Google.com for this one. Once you ok it, it will ask for the second URL which is the right panel and i entered Yahoo.com for my search comparison.

Simple, Google Chrome split down the middle with a double panel all in one tab.

Enjoy, also check out the Chrome Forums for a bunch of things like this.

Also here is an experimental translate bookmarklet:

Google Translate

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04.04.16 at 2:54 pm

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1 Park, Maeng Kyue 11.22.15 at 9:54 pm

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3 Carlos Rivas 12.06.17 at 9:17 am

para dividir la pantalla en dos

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