but it very well may be in your system or in the way in which you've set up Chrome).
I posted assuming that someone could tell me which settings may affect me. Interestingly, today I spent over an hour on the phone with Panasonic tech support(?), having gotten unsupported format after recording on their machine. Of course, it could not have been the machine. It must have been what I was down (no detail given), or the non-panasonic DVDs (I have used DVDs from the same batch all along). I told him that I was getting the error only when I selected to record at a later time. Manual recording was fine. Then, he proceeded to "prove" to me that I was doing something wrong, or there was no problem, but having me record manually.
My Chrome issues are not as profound, but, somewhat similar. It must be something that I do, or, best "the system", which is accused of causing problem with my Microsoft Security updates.
I have had two problems with Chrome. One with the profile which was not liked by the program. The program went away after an update.
The problem of not being able to select a portion of the webpage, to be copied is serious. I can do it in IE, Seamonkey, Firefox, and whatever else I try, but not in Chrome. It does not matter were I do the attempted copy/paste to. I, just, can't select a section of the webpage. At least, in emusic.com.
I will try again, and see what setting may prevent me from doing what I want, but this is real.
Sorry for tirade. I hope that you understand why I did it.
I agree that Chrome is fast, but I am used to Seamonkey. It is not the fact that it is the best, but I like a program which has both mail and browser, and I make them default. As such, if I use another browser, e.g. Chrome, and I click on a link to send mail, it will open Seamonkey mail, and no other, and, if I am in a mail program, when I click on a click, it will open Seamonkey, the browser.
UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1; rv:9.0.1) Gecko/20111221 Firefox/9.0.1 SeaMonkey/2.6.1