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Hello all.
I am having a weird issue with Chrome.  When I am on a page, if I have just clicked on the page somewhere, I can close the window with Ctrl-W. But after a few seconds, I try Ctrl-W and it doesn't work.  I have to click on the page again and then it works.  Has anyone run into this and been able to resolve it?

Thanks in advance!
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Try resetting Chrome to defaults: https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/3296214?hl=en
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I believe this has resolved my issue. Thanks!
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