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Install this extension from Chrome Web Store. Also, you can install this theme for better integration. After all the above steps Chrome looks like this:


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You can get thin overlay scroll bars in Chrome by setting the #overlay-scrollbars flag to enabled. Go to: chrome://flags/#overlay-scrollbars


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Try changing your theme to default and restart. This happened to me when messing around with a theme. (Btw: which theme is that?) Try this command: gsettings set org.gnome.settings-daemon.plugins.xsettings overrides "{'Gtk/DialogsUseHeader': <0>, 'Gtk/ShellShowsAppMenu': <0>, 'Gtk/DecorationLayout': <'close:menu,maximize'>}" (from this ...


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Netflix's Linux support is limited to Chrome and Firefox. To watch Netflix, you could: Install Chrome Install Firefox from the AppCenter Netflix now supports Firefox on Linux! Install the chromium-widevine plugin Chromium-widevine may not work properly on elementary; see this bug.


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After trying other search engines and learning their syntax I was able to come across someone who had a similar issue on Ubuntu 12.04 and was able to fix it using sudo dpkg --reconfigure --all Which had me alter a few things like apache and ssl certs. After a reboot I don't seem to be having the issue anymore. I feel bad that I found the answer so soon ...


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For Epiphany, you need to install the gstreamer1.0-libav package. sudo apt install gstreamer1.0-libav I don't known about Vivaldi, sorry.


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From comment by OP The issue is solved by the command: sudo apt-get install chromium-codecs-ffmpeg


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It is sounding like a graphics issue. It is a bit tough to tell based on the description. I know that I have had freezing issues with the hardware enablement stack. I chose to remove the hardware enablement stack and use updated graphics drivers. That seems to have solved my issue. I'm not sure if your issue is the same. This is how I went about doing ...


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It might have to do something with your hostfile as all browsers have this issue. You can open your hostfile by opening /etc/hosts. sudo scratch-text-editor /etc/hosts It should contain something like this: 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 <your pc name> # The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts ::1 localhost ip6-localhost ip6-...


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