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    Chromium

    I receive " ... you've reached maximum download limit for non google format ... " very often. This occurs on both of my Trusty installations (this is NOT new - I remember it happening in 12.04, and 13.04 also). I've tried to clear cookies and cache but neither 'fixes' the situation. My solution this fae has been to launch FF and view the documents without issue.

    Certainly this is simply an annoyance as I have a work-around, but I'd like it to be seemless.

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    Re: Chromium

    If you have a google account, do you see it when logged in ? Or if you were logged in, try logging out and log back in.
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    Re: Chromium

    Thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by bapoumba View Post
    If you have a google account, do you see it when logged in ? Or if you were logged in, try logging out and log back in.
    That would explain why I NEVER see it using FF. I'll logout from Google next time - Gmail & Thunderbird!
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    Re: Chromium

    Logging out of Thunderbird and Chromium and relaunching Chromium did the trick; however I'm not certain how user friendly that is. I suspect that it just might be quicker to FF when the message appears.
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    Re: Chromium

    Quote Originally Posted by pfeiffep View Post
    Logging out of Thunderbird and Chromium and relaunching Chromium did the trick; however I'm not certain how user friendly that is. I suspect that it just might be quicker to FF when the message appears.
    Sometimes, accounts "details" on Google's end get, well, a little messed up.. Not a very common error though.
    Thanks for marking your thread as solved !
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