(via Six Great Experimental Features to Enable in Google Chrome’s Labs - Lifehacker)
a favorite among power users in no small part due to its innovative experimental features (many of which are eventually integrated into the stable browser). For our final installment of the best of Google Labs, we’re taking a look at the best experimental, advanced features you can add to Google Chrome.
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To enable any of these Chrome Labs (or at least what we’re calling Chrome Labs—they’ve changed the name in the past, and currently they’re “flags” or “experimental features”), type
about:flags into Chrome’s address bar, click the Enable link below any feature you want to try out, and then relaunch your browser.
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…This Lab puts an option in Chrome’s settings to only play plug-ins (like YouTube videos) on demand. Plug-ins that play automatically can be annoying (or, worse, a security threat), so the option to play them only at will is a nice feature.