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# 240681 20-Sep-2018 08:33
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I notice that Chrome has updated itself, and that my new tab homepage thumbnails are gone - replaced with larger round versions of Favicons.

 

Damn annoying. 


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  # 2093609 20-Sep-2018 09:05
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Got it back the way I like it, with many more options, with this extension - 

 

 

 

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/visual-bookmarks/jdbgjlehkajddoapdgpdjmlpdalfnenf


 
 
 
 


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  # 2093665 20-Sep-2018 10:43
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Haha when I opened this for the first time I thought I had opened the wrong browser

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  # 2093671 20-Sep-2018 10:51
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im not loving the new look... reminds me of a older firefox or even flock... but im stuck with it.


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  # 2093705 20-Sep-2018 11:17
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I don't mind it but also thought I had opened the wrong browser at first lol. All of google stuff seems round now.





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  # 2093781 20-Sep-2018 12:45
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You'll get used to it (most likely) - this happens all the time e.g. when FB changes their UI, everyone complains, then when they change it again, people say "I liked it the old way", when the old way was the one they originally complained about.


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