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Here's a list of Chrome's extensions:
https://chrome.google.com/webstore?category=ext
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Originally Posted by -iceblade^ View Post
that said, my Chrome is saying 11.something. why is the article talking about Chrome 10???

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Originally Posted by qwertymac93 View Post
you are probably using a beta build or chromium. is your icon red+green+yellow+blue or just blue?
Probably using Canary build which has a yellow icon:
Using 11.0.696.0 right now.
Edited by Shadow_UGZ - 3/9/11 at 10:25am
 
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post #13 of 133
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Originally Posted by Stealth Pyros View Post
AdBlock: Old. Been done.
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/d...namgkkbiglidom

NoScript: Old. No need for it, Chrome itself already does the same job, unless you're insistent on removing ALL ads from every page you view, in which case you are harming the site's ad revenue just so you know, including OCN itself.
Actually, no. There is very much a need for NoScript. JavaScript can be malicious, and I've known of several people who have been hacked via JavaScript by visiting Megaupload and TPB. NoScript in FF is a very convenient way to turn certain scripts off and on based on where they are coming from, and right now is the safest way to browse. Does Chrome have an add-on that works as well as this? If so, great!

AdBlock, on the other hand, hurts revenue way more than a JavaScript blocker would. AdBlock completely skips rendering frames and tables with Ads in them.
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I've always used chome. Milliseconds is milliseconds.
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Give me adblock, noscript, downthemall, firefox sync and the other plugins I use, or features equivalent to, and great. Speed simply isn't as good as those features I really use a lot. Not to mention the lack of encryption when it comes to password storage.

They have made a great browser, but it has it's problems for me.
I have them all. They are called extensions. thank you come again.

Adblock is internal. So Is No script. Sync also is. Jeeeeezzzz. So wait what does that mean? Oh Right, It means that they aren't laggy addons.
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Actually, no. There is very much a need for NoScript. JavaScript can be malicious, and I've known of several people who have been hacked via JavaScript by visiting Megaupload and TPB. NoScript in FF is a very convenient way to turn certain scripts off and on based on where they are coming from, and right now is the safest way to browse. Does Chrome have an add-on that works as well as this? If so, great!

AdBlock, on the other hand, hurts revenue way more than a JavaScript blocker would. AdBlock completely skips rendering frames and tables with Ads in them.
My fault; it is AdBlock that blocks site ads, not NoScript.

I've never needed NoScript on Chrome, maybe I'm just too aware of what sites I visit. I'm sure there is an alternative as I do find some extensions that have mention of NoScript.
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My fault; it is AdBlock that blocks site ads, not NoScript.

I've never needed NoScript on Chrome, maybe I'm just too aware of what sites I visit. I'm sure there is an alternative as I do find some extensions that have mention of NoScript.
Yeah . Maybe there is a good NoScript extension somewhere, that would be enough for me to switch over.
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you are probably using a beta build or chromium. is your icon red+green+yellow+blue or just blue?


you can see it in the taskbar.
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Originally Posted by -iceblade^ View Post


you can see it in the taskbar.
Someone needs to update their browser... 11.0.696 Dev is out.
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Always loved Chrome. Use it over any other browser, fast, reliable and a very small resource footprint.
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