How to Start Google Chrome with the --enable-extension-apps flag

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Rahul Yadav

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May 31, 2010, 7:11:39 PM5/31/10
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Hi frnds,
I m new to this thing...can anyone tell me " How to Start Google
Chrome with the --enable-extension-apps flag "
I am using Dev channel.

Thanks

PhistucK

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Jun 1, 2010, 12:36:11 AM6/1/10
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On Windows, close Chrome completely (Wrench-->Exit).
Right click on your Chrome shortcut and select Properties.
Add to the end of the Target field --enable-apps so it would end with something like this -
chrome.exe" --enable-apps
Click on OK and start Chrome.

If that does not work, repeat these exact steps, but instead of adding --enable-apps, add --enable-extension-apps.

On Macintosh or Linux, you need the console\terminal... not sure how it is done, sorry.

☆PhistucK

dhw

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Jun 1, 2010, 1:41:03 AM6/1/10
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If you are using the latest Dev Chrome 6.0.408.1, the parameter name
is --enable-apps

See the documentation at:
http://code.google.com/chrome/apps/docs/developers_guide.html#installing

Rahul Yadav

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Jun 1, 2010, 3:37:31 AM6/1/10
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thanks...I got it :)

Luigi Montanez

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Jun 9, 2010, 10:39:41 PM6/9/10
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In case anyone using Mac OS X is interested:

$ open /Applications/Google\ Chrome.app --args -enable-apps

- Luigi

Tom

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Jul 3, 2010, 7:56:53 AM7/3/10
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And then where can we try out an actual app?

PhistucK

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Jul 3, 2010, 10:41:03 AM7/3/10
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Some have posted their home made apps in this group, you can try them.
Though I understand that some feature (which is being reverted, I believe) in the latest dev releases made the home made apps not install anymore.

☆PhistucK

sci.math

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Jul 4, 2010, 9:17:13 PM7/4/10
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On Jul 3, 7:41 am, PhistucK <phist...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Some have posted their home made apps in this group, you can try them.
> Though I understand that some feature (which is being reverted, I believe)
> in the latest dev releases made the home made apps not install anymore.
>

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