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Old 08-30-2009, 01:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Multiple Home Pages with Google Chrome

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Recently I started using Google's browser Chrome (well technically chromium) on Linux for my browsing needs. It is very fast, low on CPU and Memory, I quite like it. I am now also sure Flash plugin is teh CPU hog pig :) Anyway, one really cool feature I missed from Firefox was the ability to set multiple pages as the homepage. In firefox, I'd just click the Home button, and it would open all of the pages I regularly follow, I could not find this functionality out of the box with Chrome. What is a geek to do ? Well of course write some javascript :)

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I use Google Chrome in Slackware-12.2.
To open several sites at once, clik the wrench, options, startup, open following pages at startup, and write the sites (pages) you want to open at startup.


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