Comment added by Paul Lima on January 12, 2009 06:45 PST(5 years ago):
I added this neat little tool to my blog on internet marketing and online applications. Well done.
Comment added by Jon on January 12, 2009 11:57 PST(5 years ago):
Nice changes, thanks!
Comment added by german man on January 16, 2009 06:20 PST(5 years ago):
wonderful and excellent ^^ its easy - greetings from germany
Comment added by Kim on January 20, 2009 13:38 PST(5 years ago):
Add a free and live PageRank Plug-In to your website from - ( tools.khrido.com/webtools/addon-pagerank.aspx )
Comment added by Johny Green Fingers on January 22, 2009 16:37 PST(5 years ago):
****problem is that it does not track the alexa rank when you visit sites, so its good for the information but doesn't really add any value. I hope Google is to fix this soon because chrome is the most stable browser for me.
Comment added by Thanks on January 25, 2009 17:51 PST(5 years ago):
Comment added by eric on January 28, 2009 14:26 PST(5 years ago):
This fix does nto work for me
Comment added by rookie23.carlo on January 30, 2009 03:14 PST(5 years ago):
Wow Thanks it really helped me! nice alternative for the orbit get video bar! ^^
Comment added by rakeback on January 30, 2009 07:05 PST(5 years ago):
Great suggestion! I will show rank data in frame ASAP.
Andrew when do you think the frame feature is ready to use?
Comment added by hyperjadulz on January 30, 2009 16:33 PST(5 years ago):
wow,this is a great plugin.I love it...
Comment added by mkecman on January 31, 2009 07:28 PST(5 years ago):
I just searched google for some plugins, and had exactly the same problem as you. But after 5 minutes, everything seems back to normal.
My search time was January 31. 16:13 GMT+1
Comment added by Joe the Plumber on February 01, 2009 03:12 PST(5 years ago):
Comment added by Lex1 on February 01, 2009 08:04 PST(5 years ago):
Another plugin "Get Flash", what supports many services: youtube.com, video.google.com, metacafe.com, dailymotion.com and any sites with direct links to flash-video ( rutube.ru, break.com, current.com) .
I will try to insert the code ( if it does not work, get it on http://lexi.ucoz.ru/index/0-4#bookmarklets ) :
Comment added by Gauthemen on February 02, 2009 20:14 PST(5 years ago):
Great fix !
at last.. it fixed the yahoo and hotmail issue.
Thank you very much.. Good job..
Comment added by Attila on February 03, 2009 17:49 PST(5 years ago):
Nice theme, integrates Chrome into my desktop style.
Comment added by Steve on February 06, 2009 10:16 PST(5 years ago):
I suspect that win2k is not supported due to DRM and future controlling mechanisms which will rendered useless by 2K and everything below.
It's nothing at all to build for backwards compatibility. W2k being the easiest of them all. If we were talking about W95 A, or win3.0 Then that is a different story.
Chrome developers could simply give a list of Libraries, Controls, COM's that need to be patched or updated for use on 2K. I seriously doubt that problem stems from the 2K kernel.
I work in embedded and know where there is a PDP-11 that still controls a drill. Custom hand built io cards too. The machine works and they have no reason to buy into an upgrade cycle. The same is true for W2K,W98,W95 and W3x. (notice WinME is not listed here) Quite a few people still run numerous flavors of DOS.
Comment added by SANDEEP on February 07, 2009 10:05 PST(5 years ago):
Comment added by Kris on February 11, 2009 00:58 PST(5 years ago):
Awesome stuff. Thanks for this.
Comment added by Dee on February 11, 2009 12:29 PST(5 years ago):
the future use of chrome for me solely depends on the addition of plug-ins and extensions or I'm just going back to firefox
Comment added by FUS on February 13, 2009 09:32 PST(5 years ago):
Turns out it wasn't the fault of StopBadware.org, who do work with Google on the data - but it's actually Google's file. Wouldn't want to be the poor programmer who checked in that file ("don't worry mate, I think we fixed it before anyone noticed...") :-)
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