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How do I type superscript on a chrome web page?

For example, X to the power of 2.

I have tried ctrl + 2 but it does not work.  I also tried ctrl shift + 2, same result.

Please advise.
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Refer to attached screen (in some of colleagues' PCs, it's greyed out ie
they can't uncheck it).

In which files in IE, Firefox & Chrome is this 'proxy' setting stored (to check or uncheck it)?

How is it done such that it's greyed out to users (so that users can't uncheck it) for Firefox,
IE & Chrome?

We're on Win 7 & Win 10
I have several video links on my site, in Safari they open fine, but in Chrome and I.E they start downloading the file. How can I stop this from happening?
<a href="videos/Building_a_Stronger_Relationship_with_your_Doctor.mp4" target="_new">

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I have tried target="_blank" as well, no luck.
I have Windows 10, Chrome browser. I went to my online banking site, and had a God awful time trying to print out the bank balance and list of transactions. Yes, you can download it into a Quicken format, or Excel, but it was for my elderly mother, who likes the screen layout. Those formats would be hard for her to follow, and I needed to download a .qif file opener. I tried SnagIt, but the .png was teeny tiny. I tried to convert it to PDF, but the print was blurry. Just printing out the page, the type was rather small. If I increased the scale before printing, all the transactions are cut off on the right side of the page.

I Youtubed it, and a Chrome extension was suggested "Awesome Screen Capture".  Sounded like the solution, but I was warned that it could change all my bookmarks, other data, and possibly steal my identity, more than has been already. This sounded way too scary for me.

I engaged in the laborious process of Prt-Scrn, pasting into Paint, and printing out a section at a time.
Prt-Scrn used to actually print the screen at one time. This is no longer the case, and for some reason, the transactions don't copy and paste well into Word, as headings paste but not much else.

Why is this so hard? Or, why is this so hard for me?
I have a ASP.NET MVC application.

I have a view page that is made up of 4 partial pages.

A couple of those partial pages have their own javascript file for the different javascript functions each of the partials uses.

So for example

Index.cshtml is my main view

This main view is made up of these 4 partial views.


In my application I have these javascript files.
They provide different javascript functions used by each of the partial views.


I'm using Google Chrome to debug.

If I click on the Sources tab in Chrome
I notice that not all the .js files show up there so I can't debug some of the javascript code for example Partial3.js and Partial4.js are not showing up in the Sources tab.

In this article , I noticed someone else was having the same issue.

How do I setup chrome debugging so I can see all the javascript files used by the partials in my page?
I sometimes log into Experts Exchange (EE) from my phone using my phone's browser, typically if I see an interesting question in an email and click the link.

My default browser is Ghostery although Chrome is also on the phone. For a long time there was no problem logging into the EE site. A couple days ago I noticed that I cannot log into the site through Ghostery. I get either an unknown user or an incorrect username/password error message. But I can log into the EE site through Chrome with no difficulty.

The phone is a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 running Android 5.0. A couple changes on the phone recently: I installed the LastPass Premium password manager app (but I am entering the EE username/email and password manually.) I recently uninstalled and reinstalled Ghostery.

Ghostery is set to accept cookies. I don't see other Ghostery settings that seem likely to affect the login but perhaps I am overlooking something.

Any suggestions what to try so that I can once again log into EE with Ghostery?

I look at a bunch of xml pages every week, like https://medlineplus.gov/feeds/topics/carbohydrates.xml. With Firefox, it just translated the feed into html for viewing. Chrome shows me the raw data, and wants me to add a feed reader to see it. I don't want a feed reader, I don't want to have to add pages into a feed reader, I don't want to see the results form the feed reader in my bookmarks.

I just want to see the html like I did in Firefox. Is there an extension that will do that? Thanks!
Good evening,

In the spirit of being up-to-date with the latest version of applications, etc... I'd like to solicit opinions and possibly advice. For years we have been sparring with one of our client's vendors who provides a Google Chrome plugin that enables offline data entry that can later be sync'd to their cloud service.

Recently Google has dropped support for their plugin and our patch management system deployed the latest version of Google Chrome which rendered their plugin useless. They are advising our client that we roll back the installed copies of Google Chrome to an older version. Their must be a reason why Google has dropped support for their plugin and most likely many others.

Is it possible to rollback the installed copies of Google Chrome and if so is there any recommended sites the detail the process? Also, is it safe to follow the advice of this vendor who claims to have hundreds of partners who have done so without issue?

See the pic below?  I don't want all the urls showing.

Chrome print
Thanks for any help.
I was able to send email through gmail from chrome browser all along till lately I started getting a message inside the pop up dialog box saying undefined instead of showing the link that I am trying to send. Can you help fix this? see screen captures
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Hi experts, I wish to know what folder does the google chrome history located?  I am using OS, Windows 10 . My goal is to erase the history manually by not using the browser. Thank you!
Earlier today I got rid of the search.yahoo.com redirect. I ran avast smartscan and malwarebytes, and I've rebooted. It's only on Google Chrome, and there are no extra extensions installed. Any ideas? Thanks.

This is driving me nuts and no amount of googling has helped me find out what the heck is causing it!  It just seemed to start happening for no reason.

Whenever I open Chrome, it opens up the page (google.com.au) I have in chrome://settings like it always has, but for the last week or so, whenever I open Google Chrome, it also opens up a second Tab which is my YouTube page.  I did not set it to do that!  I may have pressed some type of hotkey I'm not aware of that caused this, but don't remember doing so.

Anyone experienced this behaviour and know how to fix it, save resetting Chrome back to defaults or uninstalling/reinstalling it?

  • Windows 7 Pro - Fully Patched
  • Google Chrome Version 60.0.3112.101 (Official Build) (64-bit) - Up to date at the time of writing this.

I have the code below which will detect the browser being used and if it is Safari it will redirect to 'notsupported.html' page.
It works fine when using a computer (PC or Mac), but if u login from a phone using Firefox or Chrome it will still redirect.  How can I prevent this from happening?   I only want to redirect if the user is using Safari, regardless of the devise being used.

		if (navigator.userAgent.indexOf('Safari') != -1 && navigator.userAgent.indexOf('Chrome') == -1) { 
		window.location.href = "notsupported.html";

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I know that one of my two 8GB Mushkin DDR3 RAM modules is faulty so I removed it from my computer a couple months ago.  But, of course, I am low on memory, so I decided to put it back in and see what happens.

2 months ago, the computer was constantly blue-screening - like at least once per hour or so.  Now, it runs just fine - plays intensive 3D games, runs email and other programs.... except for web browsing.  Firefox crashes with an error-reporting window and Chrome, which at the time had just 2 tabs open, just disappeared suddenly.

3 nights ago I put the faulty RAM module back into its slot, powered up the computer, launched a windowed version of Half Life 2 and let it run in power save mode all night.  It never crashed and the computer has been running without a blue screen error for two full days.  It's just the web browsers that are crashing.

Memtest86 v4.3.7 definitely shows errors: http://preview.tinyurl.com/ybrmnxxs

Anyone know what's going on?
Head out to this page: https://deaconess_spouse.ezonlineregistration.net/

You don't have to add any data, just click on "Verify." You should get an alert that says, "Hello, Jenny!" It works in Chrome, but not in IE.

Why? What do I need to improve?

I've been using an iframe to embed content from a 3rd party vendor for over a year now but recently, particularly in Chrome, the content on the page is flashing and not fully loading, ever, so it seems. I haven't changed my code (see below) so I'm not sure what the problem is. I'm researching solutions but they all seem very complicated at that point, if they would even work. Some involve php and I'm not familiar with that AT ALL so I don't know if that is even an viable option. Please help?

<%@ Page Title="" Language="C#" MasterPageFile="~/Site.master" AutoEventWireup="true" CodeFile="SFATouchTasks.aspx.cs" Inherits="SFATouchTasks" %>

<asp:Content ID="Content1" ContentPlaceHolderID="HeadContent" Runat="Server">
    <style type="text/css">
            width: 1150px;
            height: 100%;
            background: #FFF;
            width: 100%;
<asp:Content ID="Content2" ContentPlaceHolderID="MainContent" Runat="Server">
    <div id="divEmbed" style="height: 300px;">
        <iframe id="ifm" name="ifm" width="100%" height="300%" frameborder="0" src="http://x.x.xxx.xxx:xxxx/app/main#/dashboards/589e1fed677202f430000031?embed=true"
            scrolling="auto" style="float: left;"></iframe>

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how do i make html5 work in chrome?  i'm using ubuntu 16.04 if that matters.
Is it possible to direct my Android chrome browser to my TV through the chromecast ? Beside, is there any solution to game play on Android to my TV

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I'm trying to figure out where in the application the "W" for Wednesday is housed. There's other parts of the app that reference it as "We" and I need to make it consistent.

I was wondering if there's some trick / shortcut that I can access that allows me to see what file was altered when I make an HTML edit using Chrome Dev Tools like what you see above.

So, if I change "W" to "We," is there something that I can look at that will tell me what / how things were affected?
It just spins, other web browsers are fine.

This is on a Windows 7 machine, any ideas?
have a user and Chrome, IE, and firefox have just stopped opening, when i click on either to open it looks like it will open but then nothing happens, i have tried task manager i have also tried going into program files and accessing it this way but still not working, i have also uninstalled and re installed the applications but no luck
There is  a form with "post" that in the action it says:

(I run it with get and the line reads http://domain.com/test/?(variables))


It doesn't specify the script that takes the form data to process and returns a result

I dont know in what language it is programmed in

I tried index.php (domain.com/test/index.php

the same for index.asp, default.php and default.asp but those scripts dont exist in the server.

I use chrome developers tools but it only returns  (index) which could be anything

Any ideas?
Using Chrome ALL the text is quite distorted. Viewing the same page on IE looks great. I reinstalled Chrome and am still experiencing the problem. Dell Pro Support is stumped. I can't understand what is happening.
I see Chrome has HTML 5 as it's preferred media utility.  I help with technology at a small Catholic school and I want to be able to head any conversion issues off.  Is there something I can do to prevent issues with Flash-based sites or will Chrome automatically adjust for me?







Chrome is a free web browser created by Google. Originally released in 2008, it has grown to become the most used desktop web browser (as of October 2016).