Google Chrome // Chromium Won't Quit

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    It does not happen with the latest build of chromium (85654) :)
     
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    It does for me unfortunately. Chromium is fullyup to date.
     
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    You mentioned you were using a 12.XXX, and the build I mentioned is from the 13.XXX version. Are you sure your chromium is up to date? I had the problems you're saying with previous builds but not with this one...
     
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    Hmm am I missing something?

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    Strange. They each have their own support folder and I don't think they share preferences. At least it now works.
     
  10. antmarobel, May 17, 2011
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    Here is the same thing to. Force quit.
    And crashed twice since I installed it, yesterday...
     
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    I'm not sure why but my chrome doesn't have that option in the top menu. How I did it was to open a new tab and type in about:flags. On that page you can enable "Confirm To Quit". Click enable, close the tab, and then force quit (You have to restart chrome for it to turn on, and if you don't close the tab before the force quit, it doesn't seem to save that Confirm To Quit option being enabled).

    Hope that helps some people having the issue. :)
     
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    I'm using the Chrome Canary Build for Mac and am not having issues.
     
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    I've been having this issue with regular Chrome.
     
  14. Takuro
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    The latest developer build of Chrome has been updated to quit properly in Lion. I highly suggest it. Developer builds tend to be almost as stable as beta builds and get all the nice features of the canary builds within a short time-frame.
     
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    Yes, the developer build works too. The only thing I'm not happy about with Chrome on Lion is the lack of native scrollbars.
     
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    Same here... Chrome sometimes doesn't fully quit with Command-Q, leaves stray processes behind.

    I'm using Firefox 4 in the time being, since Safari 5.1 is too buggy for daily use.
     
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    The information is very interesting. It is new knowledge for me.
     

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