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13 February 2017

What Is Hosted App Data Google Chrome

what is hosted app data google chrome I have (had) a hosted app in the Chrome Web Store, built using the Developer documentation. After being in the Chrome Web Store for years, I recently received an email saying my app does not comply.


A Hosted App, a Chrome App (successor to Packaged App), and a Chrome Extension are three separate things, distinguished by how their manifest.json file is set up. What this email appears to be saying is that you're not allowed to have a Chrome App (which they call a packaged app) whose only purpose is to launch another app or a web site. They are saying nothing about Hosted Apps, which continue to be allowed, as far as I know. (I have one in the Chrome Web Store myself.)

Is your app truly a Hosted App? Or, is it a (legacy) packaged app or a Chrome App?
Thanks for the sanity check... I had inadvertently uploaded an old packaged app manifest the last time I published

Why Does Google Chrome Look Different

why does google chrome look different I changed the fonts on my blog a few days, but the changes still haven't appeared in my Google Chrome Browser. I do see the changes on all other of my devices including the Google Chrome browser on my other computer. This is what it's supposed to look like. enter image description here

But this is what it looks like in the browser I changed the fonts with. enter image description here

However it doesn't look like this in any other browser or another device. What could be wrong? My website is if you want to check for yourself.

Why Does Google Chrome Look Different


Most probably the fonts are cached. Try looking at your website in a "private navigation" window, it should be fine. You might or might not want to clear your cache after that (if it works correctly on private navigation, it will work correctly after you clear your cache).

Also note that your browser may not support that font, and this might also be a reason why your font don't look the same.

More informations : Many informations (such as font, passwords, images...) are stored in your computer memory to lower loading time everytime you try to load that same page. That is what the cache is. Basically everytime you load the page, your browser will try to see if you have things in your computer memory before loading them from the web. In this case, you may have the font saved in your computer memory. By the way i believe there is a developer mode in wordpress (i don't have one right now to check). If you have no visitors yet, you might want to enable that dev mode so that nothing will be stored in cache and it will be easier for you to edit it.

Failed Network Error Google Chrome

failed network error google chrome I have an ASP.NET application Hosted on server 2008. Recently After latest chrome update to 53.0.2785.116m All of my downloads from server get fail. error image I tested chrome version 52, firefox and IE! all of them work. Any idea for this problem?


Finally I find the solution. web servers by default set the "content-length" in header and also most of the browser auto correct the file size if its wrong. in new version of google chrome (v53) the auto correct doesn't work. And at the end I had to set "content-length" property in HTTP Context while flushing the file to client.

How To Change Font Size In Google Chrome Address Bar

how to change font size in google chrome address bar I want to change the size of address bar in Chrome programmatically..where there is any way to do it? I want t change it as it's too big for me..


Generally, the font size of the address bar is determined by your OS's default font size. Read comments here: So if you want to adjust it, change your OS default.

If you build your own version of Chrome, you can change the look and feel of the browser, but you'll have to write different code for each platform you want to support.

If you don't want to build your own version of Chrome, then on Windows, you can inject yourself into the Chrome process with SetWindowsHook or SetWindowsHookEx, find the window handle corresponding to the address bar, and then do anything you want to it. Similar idea on OSX. Not sure about Linux. This isn't a recommended approach; it's invasive and subject to breakage.

As far as a Chrome API for an extension or app to change the address bar size, nope, can't do that.

Solution 2

I think Microsoft must have made the titlebars larger to make them more easily draggable when using a touch interface, but they just use unnecessary vertical space on a normal desktop or laptop computer, especially if it has a low resolution screen. I also think it looks nicer when it is reduced in size a little.

The following registry .reg file will make the titlebar thinner, the titlebar text smaller, scroll bars thinner and the border padding as thin as possible.

This also works on Windows 10, but it does not affect WindowsRT/Metro/Modern/UWP/Whatever apps.

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00

    [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics]
Remember to export the WindowMetrics key before you start modifying it, just in case you need to revert to the defaults after having messed something up.

You need to log out and back in again to see the changes.

Find Google Chrome Latest Version Number

find google chrome latest version number I am trying to figure out a rather stable way to programmatically determine the latest release version number of the chrome browser. It doesn't have to be failproof as it's only a nice-to-have-feature I can blend out whenever the result looks "suspicious".

There seems to be no API (is there?).
I dont want to rely on third parties handling that stuff manually.
I dont want to parse any website output.
So I ended up fetching git files.

There seems to be no "release" branch nor a "release" tag or something else I can think of neither.

You might answer "why?"... I know about feature detection, I know browser sniffing can be fooled and I am aware of the fact that (every) browser will notify their users when it's time to update. Still makes sense in my case. On the other hand its solely for display purposes. Nothing is going to depend on it later on – promise


Find Google Chrome Latest Version Number

  • Type Chrome://help
  • You will see the Version of chrome there

Solution 2

The Chrome team uses the OmahaProxy dashboard to keep track of current versions in stable/beta/dev/canary. If you can scrape that you can get whatever version number you're looking for.

Solution 3

If you're on debian based linux, you could install and update your chrome once a day, and somehow parse the version number, but this is not realtime.

For example:

dpkg -i google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb
Which will give a log like this:
(Reading database ... 113338 files and directories currently installed.)
Preparing to unpack google-chrome-stable_current_amd64.deb ...
Unpacking google-chrome-stable (48.0.2564.97-1) over (47.0.2526.111-1) ...
Setting up google-chrome-stable (48.0.2564.97-1) ...
Processing triggers for menu (2.1.47) ...


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