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    Default Is there a way to remove the status bar?

    Or rather status "pop up".

    The thing looks very cool but is is getting mad annoying. It pops up at times when it shouldn't have.


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    unfortunately no;

    this is by design

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    In Dev Chrome, pop ups can be turn off
    Last edited by sulasno; 02-07-2010 at 06:13 AM.

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    Default How to remove status bar

    When you use window.showModalDialog to show an HTML dialog box, you cannot programmatically remove the status bar from the window.

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    Default Goodbye Chrome

    Multiple sites have buttons at the bottom left corner, which the annoying popup blocks. The most annoying this feature is on http://webchat.xs4all.nl where the CGI-BIN causes the page to constantly reload, making the "popup" stay there at all times, covering the start of the textbox where you can type your comments. Yes, you can move the popup away by hovering your mouse over the location, but that doesn't warm my heart much. I want to be able to actually USE my computer instead of wanking the mouse around the screen to exact locations that won't prevent me from seeing what I'm doing.

    I also don't want to completely hide the information - it's useful when I hover over the links. What's wrong with providing a REAL status bar for those who want to actually use their computers instead of just playing around with them?

    As of right now I won't use Chrome anymore except for testing. For real work I use real browsers, meaning Firefox. It does what I tell it to do.

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    So may be some changes can be done to the code so there will be such an option?

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