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  1. RHP Code Monkey
    RHP HQ
    Joined : 21 Feb '01
    Moves : 1354
    Type into the address field :

    chrome://settings/cookies

    You will see all "Cookies and Site Data"

    Search for "redhotpawn" in the search box on the right, then click the "Remove All" Button.

    If you have any success, please let us know.
  2. CerebrallyChallenged
    Lyme BayChesil Beach
    Joined : 09 Dec '06
    Moves : 17848
    I'm yet to have any issues with Chrome here, even though it's still not listed as 'supported'..I find it the best by far but horses for courses I guess...
  3. Joined : 28 Oct '08
    Moves : 102480
    Chrome beta on Android ics is working perfectly
  4. RHP Code Monkey
    RHP HQ
    Joined : 21 Feb '01
    Moves : 1354
    Not everyone has this issue, fortunately, but some have reported it, and the above instructions will fix it.
  5. In your face
    Joined : 21 Aug '04
    Moves : 52484
    Originally posted by RevRSleeker
    I'm yet to have any issues with Chrome here, even though it's still not listed as 'supported'..I find it the best by far but horses for courses I guess...
    I found Chrome absolutely cack. It seemed to start very slick, then it soon gound to a halt. I also found the user interface a bit invasive and did not like the way it shows screen shotsof whatever youhave been browsing, for all to see.
  6. CerebrallyChallenged
    Lyme BayChesil Beach
    Joined : 09 Dec '06
    Moves : 17848
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    I found Chrome absolutely cack. It seemed to start very slick, then it soon gound to a halt. I also found the user interface a bit invasive and did not like the way it shows screen shotsof whatever youhave been browsing, for all to see.
    There's an 'incognito mode' should you be sharing a computer with others..it'll only show screen shots if you tell it it's ok to do so upon start up..BUT, if you're sharing with others and are NOT aware of this, then that is a bit invasive granted...it should have little reminders of this when you do browse, or 'tips' to that extent... perhaps...
  7. Joined : 18 Jan '07
    Moves : 3358
    Originally posted by Sicilian Sausage
    I found Chrome absolutely cack. It seemed to start very slick, then it soon gound to a halt. I also found the user interface a bit invasive and did not like the way it shows screen shotsof whatever youhave been browsing, for all to see.
    Serves you right for trusting a Google Inc. product.

    Everything Google does is geared towards invading your privacy.

    Richard
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