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Google Chrome Bookmark Menus Changed


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Some of you that use Google Chrome may have noticed that the bookmark menus have changed (different colour background and more widely spaced).

A workaround to revert to the original style is to add a space followed by --disable-new-menu-style to the end of the Target field in the shortcut that you use to launch Chrome.

Note that if the existing Target field information is enclosed in quotes the space and --disable-new-menu-style need to go after the final quote.

If you launch Chrome from an URL link the workaround doesn't come in to play.

There is speculation that Google may "fix" this unwanted change as it is irritating a lot of users.

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