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Piotrek Sobieszczański in another forum said: "Just remove preview from the end of the package name..$ sudo apt-get install unity-webapps". This worked for me.
This is a bug in Facebook. Simply delete Facebook from your Online Accounts and you should not get this error message in your browser. A work around has already been released for Saucy and Quantal/Raring's ones are being prepared.
I'm hoping this works for more people but, I got a fix for this problem by updating my Windows Live Messenger. Now that Windows Live Messenger and Skype are working together it apparently needs you to update the Windows Live Messenger to incorporate Skype with it. Once I did this it allowed me to log in with Facebook and get all of my Facebook contacts. Hope ...
Actually packaging a webapp isn't really different from packaging any other application. Take a look at resources in this answer and especially at existing integrations, e.g. LinkedIn, Feedly and (shameless plug) This Is My Jam. Basically, you need debian/ directory with at least the following files (see the guide for details): control with basic ...
Looking around I found iGhome. Not sure if its really better alternative since I've never use iGoogle! http://www.ighome.com/
You will experience the same with Firefox. It's just the way Ubuntu web apps work. With Chromium, you can easily build your own web apps, which will not open a second window: on any website, go to tools -> create desktop application. This will create a .desktop file. Open it with an editor to change it's name, icon, etc. and move it to ...
I just installed Hangouts into Chrome just to test your question. There is a little down arrow next to the "+ New Hangout" button that will allow you to sign out.
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