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#debian

If you happen to upgrade your Debian Jessie to Stretch (currently Debian Testing), one of the things you might want to patch is the default behavior of Chromium having extensions disabled by default. There's no way to fix that in the UI, it has to be done by setting a global configuration flag.

There's also a reason why extensions are disabled by default. Apparently Chromium started downloading binary extensions that don't show in the extensions list which had access to the Google Voice API which sounds kinda scary. Well, maybe it is, maybe it isn't.

However, if you decide you can't live...