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Show the toolbar/status bar/settings button in a pinned Chrome app?

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Hi, I know I could probably google this answer but I'm lazy.

So, I've got a Google Chrome web page pinned to my task bar, and when you launch it, it clears out all the "junk." But then I zoomed out using CTRL mouse wheel and I can't figure out what is 100% zoom (i.e. default). Anyway to temporarily show the settings menu in a pinned Chrome app?


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Hi Jack

To return ZOOM to normal, just use the Shortcut key:

CTRL+0 : Return Zoom to Normal/Default

CTRL++ : Zoom In

CTRL+- : Zoom Out

Give that a try. You can also Right-Click along the Top of the Window and get some options like Zoom.

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