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Old 12th February 2010, 05:28 PM
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chromium extensions not saving text options

I've been using the chromium browser on Fedora 12, and for the most part I really enjoy it! However, when I install an extension that requires text to be saved to useful, text is not saved. Let me give an example of what does work: when I use the extension Countdown which uses numeric data to do a countdown timer, there is no problem. When I use the 1-ClickWeather extension and attempt to save my location--a text value--the location is not saved. This is true in other extensions also. Had anyone figured out a way around this issue?
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