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Open in Chrome extension for Safari

Neil Laubenthal
I’ve been using the Open in Chrome extension to open pages that require Flash…but ever since Sierra whenever I click on toolbar arrow icon to do so I always get a popup to “allow this page to open ChromeHelper”.

Is there a way to permanently grant this permission…or a Safari Extension that will do the trick that’s a bit more up to date as Open in Chrome is still at 1.0 and last updated back in 2015.

Thanks.

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Re: Open in Chrome extension for Safari

Barry Wainwright
No need for an extension.

In Safari preferences, advanced tab, select “Show Develop Menu” at
the bottom.

A new menu will appear and the first item is “Open Page With…”
followed by a list of all your installed web clients.

Barry

On 18 Nov 2017, at 16:11, Neil Laubenthal wrote:

> I’ve been using the Open in Chrome extension to open pages that
> require Flash…but ever since Sierra whenever I click on toolbar
> arrow icon to do so I always get a popup to “allow this page to open
> ChromeHelper”.
>
> Is there a way to permanently grant this permission…or a Safari
> Extension that will do the trick that’s a bit more up to date as
> Open in Chrome is still at 1.0 and last updated back in 2015.
>
> Thanks.
>
> -----------------------------------------------
> There are only three kinds of stress; your basic nuclear stress,
> cooking stress, and A$$hole stress. The key to their relationship is
> Jello.
>
> neil
>
>
>
>
>
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Re: Open in Chrome extension for Safari

Neil Laubenthal
Thanks Barry…that’s even easier than an extension.


On Nov 18, 2017, at 11:18 AM, Barry Wainwright <[hidden email]> wrote:

Show Develop Menu


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