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Chrome (Google themes) has it virus? needs some help:/ - General Windows Help for PCs
Although there is no way to be 100% positives, Google checks all the themes, plug-ins, applications and other elements housed in your web shop, which reduces the risks significantly. Also, although I'm not an authority on Google Chrome themes, I seriously question that there are many ways to reinfect a web browsers via a topic (the only way I can imagine that could be *possible*, although it would still be extremely dubious if topics changed your homepage/new tabs because they could be hosting lives, and if that lives came from anywhere or just showed advertisements (e.g. adsware, not really any kind of harmful malware), then that could be a risky risk).
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Seems that the post goes off when you try to stockpile topics. As soon as a design is uploaded to the directory, it gets a name like "asdsdfscsdfdfsdfsdfsdfsdfdd". I' m copying this directory to another location on my computer and renaming it. I' ve found this Google Chrome plugin that lets you actually store the.crx extension and topic data you have.
Search for the page with the topic shop. Right-click on the hyperlink and choose "Save hyperlink as...". It doesn't work on the Chrome theme's home page because they have a strange redirection, but if you right-click on the shortcut and click Store As, you should be able to store the.crx instead of executing it.
Part of the puzzle: I reworked the picture c:\Users\denish\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Extensions\ipihgjdhjoldhpfpmiimpnmohpfhkcm\1_0\images\theme_ntp_background.png but the topic still showed the source picture until I erased it in . of. Except for the fact that I was not able to delete it from my cache it still did show the source picture until I erased it from my cache too soon now . of. Except for the fact that I had to delete it from my cache . of..\1_0\Cached Theme.pak. You can also add bookmarks to the pages of topics in the Chrome Web Store. Just open each directory and/or subdirectory and search for some picture data. This is the simplest way to see for which application the file is located, as you will see some symbol pictures or .png pictures.
When I opened a directory named "mgihmkgobaljfehcadcadcadcckdggpeojaadh" and a subfolder named "images" I immediately saw my topic-image. There is a manifest.json somewhere in this master directory ("mgihmkgobaljfehcadcadcckdggpeojaadh") for the application. "your topic name here", (it is usually on line 4) and you will see the name of your topic!
It only works for the topic that is active: You should get the results of the query in the Google Chrome Topic Browser. I found it simpler to bookmark a page with the name Themes and store it there, so whenever I want to make a modification, I just go to that page and select a previously-stored ive.
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