How do i enable exensions for Chrome?

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  1. cheater87

    cheater87 Registered Member

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    I keep getting an invalid message popping up when i try to install them.
     
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    --enable-extensions or use the beta or dev build. actually, if you're using stable i don't know if you can use extensions. someone will correct me though.
     
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    I did the enable extensions thing and still now go.
     
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    Why can't normal users get them?
     
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    reg build does not have the current build needed to use them you only get this with the dev channel
     
  7. progress

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    Does the regular version of Chrome now support extensions? :doubt:
     
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    I am using version 4.0.249.+ and it supports extensions. This version of Chrome seems pretty stable.
     
  9. progress

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    But Chrome 4.0 is still a beta version? :doubt:
     
  10. acr1965

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    Yes beta, but I have found this version as stable as version 2. Plus the extra extensions make Chrome much better for surfing IMO. I have six extensions enabled (got rid of a few caused problems)...any more than that seemed to have an impact on surfing speed- although I imagine the type of extension will effect surfing speed differently.
     
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