Chrome 76 hides extensions Solved

  1.    #1

    Chrome 76 hides extensions


    When I had Chorme 75 (64-bit) I could see all the extensions icons I set to see after the address field.

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    I updated to 76.0.3809.87 (64-bit) a few days ago and since then I can't see them. Now the only thing I see there is the Extensions button.

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    When I click on the Extensions button, I can open a menu for each extension on the list and there is the option "Fixar", which is Brazilian Portuguese for "Pin". But I tried it TNA.

    In the extensions management area the ones I could see before on the toolbar are all enabled, but the options there are limited to enable/disable and remove.

    Any idea on how can I get to see these extensions icons again? TIA.

    PS:
    I forgot to say that I have tried what I reported before both when signed out and signed in to my Google account. And if I uninstall 76 and install 75 I get these icons back.
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  2.    #2

    They should reappear if you click on the right side of the address bar and drag to the left.
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    Ground Sloth said: View Post
    They should reappear if you click on the right side of the address bar and drag to the left.

    This is another problem I noticed. There's no way to "unlock" the toolbar, so it's not resizeable. If I right or left click on it, nothing happens. I remember that previous versions had a vertical bar icon which I could move to make these icons visible. Now I'm stuck with this "locked" toolbar.

    BTW I also tried to launch Chrome as non-admin and as admin, also TNA.

    I posted about this problem in the Chrome help community (Brazil) nine days ago and got no answer yet.

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    I uninstalled 76 and installed 75 again. As you can see in the image, with the latter I have a way to resize the address bar. When I hover the mouse pointer right at the end of the address bar, this double-headed arrow icon appears. This doesn't happen in 76.

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  4.    #4

    Did you try disabling the extensions button to see if that makes the icons reappear? On my computer the button is still disabled by default.
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    Ground Sloth said: View Post
    Did you try disabling the extensions button to see if that makes the icons reappear? On my computer the button is still disabled by default.

    It did it! Yes! Thank you very much!
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