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Old 03-15-2019, 01:16 PM   #1
jmgibson1981
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Google Docs offline not working on Stretch


I just setup my laptop as minimal as possible. Was hoping to avoid libreoffice as I use google for damn near everything. I installed the Google docs offline extension as well as the docs extension to my browser. However when trying to goto Docs from the dmenu (i3 wm) it opens the browser and says no internet available. Doesn't goto offline editing. When I try to click the docs icon in chrome offline, it just loads a blank screen. nothing comes up. At a loss. Do I need to enable some setting?

*EDIT* Forgot, browser is Chromium

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