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[pic] gogle chrome fail?


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Brandon H

what do you think, is this a fail on the part of google chrome

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Jase

remove the Https:// :p

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Chasethebase

Even though this is a messup probably, it helps to prevent you hitting false URLs.

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KoL

Same thing happened to me the other days.

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Fred Derf

remove the Https:// :p

Yeah, that is the problem but Chrome should provide a more helpful error message.

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Brandon H

remove the Https:// :p

there was no https://, i just clicked a related video in youtube to go to the next part of the video :p

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brian_mi

https gives another screen. youtube must has google analystics script on its webpages to record visits of the website. but it never happens on my pc.

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Darth Laidher

Its ad's most likely.

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Raa

Turn the feature off :p

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NoneAvail

Haha, sometimes that **** gets annoying though, I have eset antivirus and it blocks certain pages where I *KNOW* its a safe site, just cause someone reported it or whatever doesn't let me view it until i turn the feature off.

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Yorak

Thread Title Fail? lol

This.

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Skulltrail

there was no https://, i just clicked a related video in youtube to go to the next part of the video :p

Looks like you removed the protocol (http, https, ftp, etc.). Chrome, and every browser out there, will automatically enter a protocol if you just enter "www.youtube.com" ("http" by default).

Would have looked more realistic if you didn't remove the "https://" and instead replaced it with "http://"

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fhpuqrgrpgvirzhpujbj

Looks like you removed the protocol (http, https, ftp, etc.). Chrome, and every browser out there, will automatically enter a protocol if you just enter "www.youtube.com" ("http" by default).

Would have looked more realistic if you didn't remove the "https://" and instead replaced it with "http://"

My chrome doesn't even show the www...

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TechFreak:)

Actually it should look like this:

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It happens because Google uses the same ip for google.com and youtube.com. And they use SSL certificate which is valid only for *.google.com.

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Singh400

Looks like you removed the protocol (http, https, ftp, etc.). Chrome, and every browser out there, will automatically enter a protocol if you just enter "www.youtube.com" ("http" by default).

Would have looked more realistic if you didn't remove the "https://" and instead replaced it with "http://"

No, Google Chrome now removes http:// and keeps just www.

Unless it is https:// or something else.

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Skulltrail

No, Google Chrome now removes http:// and keeps just www.

Unless it is https:// or something else.

Really now. What version? How do I get Chrome to do this? (3rd-party software) Considering my latest version of Chrome does not do this.

If by "removes" you mean grays out the protocol, you can clearly still see it, so it isn't removed at all.

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EDIT: Looked into it and it was a proposed idea back in April 2010. But it was obviously discontinued in newer versions, such as the latest 5.0.375.86 build.

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Singh400

Really now. What version? How do I get Chrome to do this? (3rd-party software) Considering my latest version of Chrome does not do this.

If by "removes" you mean grays out the protocol, you can clearly still see it, so it isn't removed at all.

chromescreenshotq.th.jpg

EDIT: Looked into it and it was a proposed idea back in April 2010. But it was obviously discontinued in newer versions, such as the latest 5.0.375.86 build.

Screenshot below...

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Click here if you can't see the above screenshot.

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