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I'm tired of OS Chrome "Aw Snap" feature

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    Nothing upsets me worse than being in the midst of a long post and then suddenly, OS only pages "Aw Snap" in Google Chrome. Not any other page. Only the OS web pages. Obviously whatever the glitch that causes Aw Snaps is related to OS. When it happens, I would expect the other pages to crash too, but they don't. This is a Google Chrome, and not an OS issue apparently, right?

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    I thought this issue was fixed, but apparently not.

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    I will say that it mainly happens due to a huge latex are typed there .. i also got that many times but only in my tutorials :'( when i typed a huge LaTeX and it gives a gr8 load to google chrome and chrome cant bear tht

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    So that's what it is. Well, OS needs to call Google Chrome again. I knew it was related to something on OS.

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    I use Firefox 13 and it almost *never* happens.

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    yes but that is the common problem each software / program has its own stamina .. why not to maintain that .. ? Well i must say that i usually not get tired of this but i enjoy the movemement of LOST LATEX :'(

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    So Chrome has low stamina, huh? What a shame.

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    It's not eating enough cookies.

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    Not taking enough bytes either.

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    yes i do think that it has low stamina as it is user friendly also try to go to task manager in chrome and then manage the tabs and extensions

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    I don't have a problem with tabs and extensions. Just crashes

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    firefox gets a "stop script" thingy though..safari has its own browser issue too..idk if it's centered on OS only though

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    Actually, I realize that the crash coincided with a Shockwave Flash Player crash. Now what does OS have to do with Shockwave Flash?

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    Any ideas? @mathslover

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    lemme think abt it

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  16. mathslover Group Title
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    go to plug ins and disable shock ware flash while working on os

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    http://www.howtogeek.com/?post_type=post&p=103292

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    will that help @Hero ?

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    I think so, thanks :D

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    I didn't even need shadow or farm for this one (assuming the problem is fixed)

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    nice to hear .. np

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