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Yes, this seems to be a bug. there's a Launchpad Report for this: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/firefox/+bug/1316250. So hopefully there will be progress in solving this bug. A quick workaround that also worked for me is the following: In Firefox 29: Type about:config [Enter] - Promise to be careful - In the Search Bar type ...


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You could try using Google Public DNS for a speedier connection to YouTube. You could also watch YouTube videos on VLC by going to open network stream and then pasting the URL of the YouTube video. To install VLC hit Ctrl+Alt+T to open a terminal and then enter the following: sudo apt-get install vlc


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Chromeium appears to be working fine for me though chrome is an issue. The problem seems to be that Chrome is looking for a symlik to a library that is not there. This issue has occured before in 13.04, see How to fix missing libudev.so.0 for Chrome to start again? for the fix.


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On the page with the error message, there will be a link to a troubleshooting page. Run the diagnostic tests, then click the button to "Send Results." This will send the information to the system administrator or help desk for the Adobe Connect server. For good measure, you might also contact them with a separate message. (I don't know that this will really ...


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To change your font please install unity-tweak-tool from software center, run it from dash and and choose fonts. Also if the option "hinting" is not set to slight please do so, EDIT We can do the same thing for chrome and see if that helps there Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar. Select Settings. Click Show advanced settings and go to the ...


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Uncheck the "Use system title bars and borders" option: This will eliminate the title bar, and merge the window control buttons (Close, Minimize, etc.) with the tab bar.


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First go to vt2 (Ctrl + Alt + -->) then type: cp /opt/google/chrome/pepper/libpepflashplayer.so /home/chronos/[your user # *]/Downloads/ Then, in Ubuntu, copy the file to /usr/lib/chromium-browser/plugins and type in the terminal: gksudo gedit #(or preferred text editor) Now open /etc/chromium-browser/default in that editor and add to this file: ...


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To the best of my recollection, if the browser window is open, be it Chromium or Firefox, it will only shake the icon and not bring the window to the front. I do not believe there is a way to bring the browser window to the front in this situation without getting deeper than a toggle switch in your settings.


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Your installing pepperflashplugin-nonfree but got Package 'pepperflashplugin-nonfree' has no installation candidate means you have some problems with repositories. This package is the only way to get flash in Chromium. Do it. Try changing repository mirrors.


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Run this command: dpkg -l | grep chromium-browser-l10n If you have no output from this command, you need to install the language package for chromium: sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install chromium-browser-l10n Restart chromium to apply the changes.


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I don't know how it works in Firefox, but in chrome you can hover the mouse over the tabs and scroll through them via the scroll wheel on the mouse. It's probably not the solution you wanted but it works.


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This is actually listed as a feature on the chromium website. It appears there is not currently a solution to this, despite numerous people requesting the feature. The discussion here suggests trying "VerticalTabs" or "TooManyTabs for Chrome". Also consider adding a star to this issue to show your support for the feature, although that specific issue has ...


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you need to install pepperflash for chromium now because it nolonger accepts netscape like plugins (the firefox flashplugin) sudo apt-get install pepperflashplugin-nonfree restart chromium after installation for the changes to take effect


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Read https://www.youtube.com/html5. Notice how it says only supported videos will be played in HTML5. However, some videos just require Adobe Flash Player. One thing you could try is clicking "Request the HTML5 player" if it is displayed on that page, then try again. If it still doesn't work or you don't see that button, you need Adobe Flash Player.


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Same problem here. I thought that it was caused by the fact that I was using too old harware. But as I see now, it happens also with new machines. Uninstalling Chromium and reinstalling again from Ubuntu Software Center does solve the problem. The installation does not generate any error window. The Chromium icon is in postion in the launch bar. So this ...


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I successfully removed Google Chrome by running the following command: sudo apt-get purge google-chrome-stable


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Try chrome 2>/dev/null This will route all output on STDERR to a null file Or to get rid of all standard output and error, use this chrome >/dev/null 2>&1



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