Change my Google Chrome ThemeModify my Google Chrome theme
Once you download a design from the Marketplace, download a small download from the Marketplace, run it yourself and then disappear. When you return to this topic page, you will be notified that it is already present, even if you have in the meantime reinstalled another topic.
There is no way I can find an internal Chrome port (11, I think) that will allow you to re-select this topic. Web Store should not say that it is already preinstalled - it says this only for currently preinstalled expansions, not for expansions that have been preinstalled at some point. Many of the same problems occurred when I tried to use a previously used design in later releases of Google Chrome.
Only thing I found that worked was the Chrome Extensions Manager (alias Switcher). This showed me the topics I had previously set up and enabled me to return to them. It at least uninstalled the theme properly, so I could actually return to the Chrome Web Store and redownload the one I wanted to reuse.
4 ) Remove the file in your Google Chrome/Default location with the name "djolekdiiojehgfggcjckachfgkkdmjd" (quotes the example above). Now you can redownload the design from the extension page. Navigate to the Preferences, and return to the standard theme. You can then re-install any theme that you have previously reinstalled. When you click on the "Topic" area in the market place, a screen opens with a pre-view of how it will look in your web browser.
There is a small flag at the top of the screen saying that this element has been deactivated in chrome, then there is a small link in color that says that it should be "activated". Search other Google Chrome topics or ask your own quiz.