Extensions like Vimium are fairly interesting.
In a private window, all Chromium extensions are disabled. IMHO, this makes the entire system of extensions irrelevant.
Quote from: ersi on 2017-11-23, 12:24:12In a private window, all Chromium extensions are disabled. IMHO, this makes the entire system of extensions irrelevant.I don't use Chrome or any of its forks myself but AFAIK you have to enable extensions for private browsing in Chrome.As soon as you do so, your extensions will be enabled in private mode as well.
Not all extensions can be enabled in Incognito mode. You will know which ones can and cannot when you view your list of extensions. Only those with the "Allow in Incognito" box are the ones that will work.
Though not an exhaustive list of user-reported problems, we've read user reports indicating that Chrome downloads SWF files instead of playing them, notification blocking doesn't work, problems exist with lags when scrolling with touchscreens, websites won't load, and there are sync issues, crashes and freezes, problems with logging in, displaying of the wrong language, inability to save passwords, and crashing when opening bookmarks or tabs.
It's deja vu a la Internet Explorer: Grab market dominance and then halt development.
Google has implemented a browser capability in Chrome called ScrollToTextFragment that enables deep links to web documents, but it has done so despite unresolved privacy concerns and lack of support from other browser makers.
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