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Mike
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Re: [OS X] Chrome glitches after upgrade to 10.8

remove chrome, install chrome, repair permissions

if it still sucks, set safari as default, then set chrome as default.

make it rewrite those settings basically



Hall
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That did it. I had installed Google Canary a while back and the only trace of it was in my ~/Library folder (nothing in Applications). That seemed to be what was causing the problem.

Thanks !



Mike
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You should upgrade Chrome to 25. Beautiful.



Hall
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I'm already on "Version 25.0.1364.99".

With Canary, I ran it for a while but had removed it a couple of months ago. The traces of it remained in ~/Library/Application Support though. I ended up just deleting the profile for Canary and standard Chrome and started fresh.



J E F F
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said by Mike:

You should upgrade Chrome to 25. Beautiful.

Sure is! Still having a hard time weaning myself off of Safari.

Something wrong with me mentally:

Windows: Internet Explorer
OS X: Safari
Linux: Firefox

And I have a hard time moving away from that, and i have no idea why!
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Mike
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Even though Safari is Webkit like Chrome, it's pretty suck. Too slow of a release cycle but I like the iCloud integration Safari keeps.



J E F F
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said by Mike:

Even though Safari is Webkit like Chrome, it's pretty suck. Too slow of a release cycle but I like the iCloud integration Safari keeps.

Useful on the iPod...not sure what benefit it is for Safari, unless I missed something.
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Hall
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I never liked Safari, including on the Mac. Not sure why.... I added Firefox right away and later, Chrome.



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said by J E F F:

said by Mike:

Even though Safari is Webkit like Chrome, it's pretty suck. Too slow of a release cycle but I like the iCloud integration Safari keeps.

Useful on the iPod...not sure what benefit it is for Safari, unless I missed something.

Hand gestures with The Magic Trackpad would be a good reason ...
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J E F F
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said by not quite right:

said by J E F F:

said by Mike:

Even though Safari is Webkit like Chrome, it's pretty suck. Too slow of a release cycle but I like the iCloud integration Safari keeps.

Useful on the iPod...not sure what benefit it is for Safari, unless I missed something.

Hand gestures with The Magic Trackpad would be a good reason ...

I meant the iCloud feature on safari. It's supposed to be self explanatory, but it doesn't seem to work for me. All devices sign under same account, and I can have something opened on the iPad or iPhone, and iCloud on MacBook Air is empty. Always. Safari is "checked" under iCloud preferences on all devices, including MacBook Air.
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