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Old 09-19-2011, 10:10 PM   #1
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LXer: Google Chrome Script/Extension installation error: Could not read source file

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This is a solution to the issue that I faced today while installing a javascript file from as an extension into google chrome (Yes, Chrome supports installing greasemonkey javascripts as extensions). I had already installed this script once into my browser earlier but when I tried installing it again today, it started giving me a weird error “Could not read source file”. I tried all possible means, like putting it on a different server, installing from local disk, changing versions, deleting all cache, etc but still the issue persisted.



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