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Chrome Bookmark Spacing

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Recently, Chrome had some update that added a huge amount of spacing between bookmarks, probably to help tablet users. I found a solution before that was simply adding "--disable-new-menu-style" in the properties of the launch icon, but now it doesn't seem to work anymore. Anyone have a new solution? It's extremely annoying as any list I have can't even fit completely on the screen anymore.

Pic is an example of what I'm talking about in case anyone doesn't know.

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Thread Starter 
Bump, still looking for an answer. smile.gif
post #3 of 4
NVM missed the last part of your post

1. Bad news it seems that this is how things will be for now, there doesn't seem to be any way of easy way of changing the behavior. Unless you want to download chrome 27 and wait until a fix or more options to change the spacing come up.

2. Promising news is that I found this
Not sure how to do the fix here but looks like something is coming

3. I downloaded Google Canary to see what the latest public release of chrome is like, it appears that the bookmark spacing is fixed, a matter of fact it looks like the text might even be down a size or two. Unfortunately in my small experience the bookmark menu is horrible in the canary version because it's impossible to get to some of the top bookmarks, a change in the code seems to have broken the scroll system so it scrolls way too early. Hopefully this comes to the stable channel soon.

This is how it looks like on the latest canary Build developer version 30

This is the current Beta version 28

Disabling autoupdates
Edited by Apinchof - 7/13/13 at 6:51pm
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Hope they fix or change this soon too much space between bookmarks.
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