|Chrome must force quit because a small window asking for Keychain access won't go away||suziar||6/12/12 10:05 AM|
I reported this to my Macintosh User Group, but now I have found this place in Google Forum to get quick help. I am using a MacBookPro OSC 10.5.8 with Chrome set as my default browser and handler. I am able to substitute Firefox, but I can't use links or send mail from a link because I have that set as default for Chrome.
This morning I decided to download ClamXav which is a new virus checker from Apple.
I had to download from the Firefox Browser because of the problem with Chrome, that happened before the download. I wrote Google a feedback about this problem also.
|Re: Chrome must force quit because a small window asking for Keychain access won't go away||suziar||6/12/12 10:28 AM|
I am replying to my own message. I have put Google Chrome in the Trash from my applications folder. I have not deleted it yet because it says this:
Go to the folder containing Google Chrome.
It was installed from my applications folder. I guess I have administrative rights because I am the administrator. Any guidance forth comeing as to whether I can delete it from the trash?
|Re: Chrome must force quit because a small window asking for Keychain access won't go away||seishin||6/25/12 6:46 AM|
For the keychain or ksfetch popups, the fix appears to be this (thanks to freakqnc who was kind enough to post a solution in the thread 'Four calls by ksfetch each hour')
in OS X10.6.x to go to terminal and copy & paste this command & hit Return:
defaults write com.google.Keystone.Agent checkInterval 0
You won't get a good response from Google. They're ineffective.