Improved Google Tasks Panel

If you use google tasks alot and you have more than on “task account” on it you could use this link:

Here you could see all your tasks in different categories.

A mod by that name of (Improved) Google Tasks Panel extension that displays all lists with a larger default sized panel is also available (under Chrome store):
Does only one thing - it loads this page in a panel:

Nothing more, nothing less.


Certificate error when trying to access websites


Certificate errors are typically caused by an incorrect date or time in your operating system’s calendar.

To check your system clock, do the following:

  1. Open your computer’s date and time settings.
  2. Verify that the appropriate month, day, and year are selected.
  3. Verify that your time zone is selected.
  4. Verify and correct time if necessary.

If you change your time zone, restart your browser.

Hexxeh Chromium OS Vanilla no connections available

Please refer to link:

It’s probably too late for your presentation, but this might help others.


You need to set your virtual network adapter to the “e1000″ type by adding the line

ethernet0.virtualDev = “e1000″
to your .vmx file. This file should be in the folder you get when decompressing Hexxeh’s Vanilla vmware .zip file. Open the”ChromeOS-Vanilla-<build number>-VMWare.vmx” file with your favorite plain-text editor (Notepad will work) and add the line above to the end of the file. Save the .vmx file and try booting your VM again. You should then fine “Ethernet” in your network connection list within the ChromeOS setup.

NOTE: The above line should work for Fusion as well.


In order fix no connection available for Chromium OS Vanilla

1. Power down virtual machine.

2. browse to virtual machine folder.

3. Hold shit & Right click on your chrome virtual machine

4. Select Open with notepad

5. Scroll to the bottom of the text file and paste the following

ethernet0.virtualDev = “e1000″

6. Save and exit notepad

This should fix your ethernet issue.


If this doesn’t work go back to virtual machine in notepad look for the following line

ethernet0.virtualDev = “vlance”

Delete that line and save notepad again. Make sure Virtual Machine network adapter is set to bridged not Nat. You can now login and have internet access.

Good Luck to all

Install Google Cloud Print


Connect your classic printers with Google Cloud Print

If your printer is Cloud Ready, follow your manufacturer’s provided instructions or seesetting up your Cloud Ready printer.

To connect your classic printer, enable the Google Cloud Print connector on any (non-Chrome OS) computer that is already connected to your printer and able to print. You’ll need Google Chrome to be installed on the computer. If you’re using Windows XP, make sure you also have the Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) installed.

Once Google Chrome is installed, follow the steps below to enable the Google Cloud Print connector in Google Chrome.

  1. Log in to your user account on the Windows, Mac, or Linux computer.
  2. Open Google Chrome.
  3. Click the Chrome menu Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
  4. Select Settings.
  5. Click the Show advanced settings link.
  6. Scroll down to the “Google Cloud Print” section. Click Sign in to Google Cloud PrintSign in to Google Cloud Print
  7. In the window that appears, sign in with your Google Account to enable the Google Cloud Print connector.
  8. Select the printers you want to connect, and then click Add printer(s).
  9. You’ll see a confirmation that Google Cloud Print has been enabled. Click Manage your printers to learn more.

The printer is now associated with your Google Account and connected to Google Cloud Print. You can print to this printer using Google Cloud Print whenever you’re signed in with the same Google Account.

Run Google Cloud Print as a Windows Service

This article is for IT administrators setting up Google Cloud Print on their Windows print servers. If you’re new to Cloud Print, see the Cloud Print for Business Overview.

Set up Google Cloud Print for your Organization

If you’re using a Windows Print server, you can download and run Google Cloud Print as a Windows Service on your server. This will allow users in your organization to print to your organization’s legacy printers from Chrome devices and other web-enabled devices. This is the same as using Google Cloud Print Connector, but running it as a service means that Cloud Print will be always on–running on your organization’s servers. It can be used in parallel with your current print solution.

Install Google Cloud Print

  1. Install Chrome 27+ for all users. The Cloud Print service runs as different user and needs access to Chrome. Chrome should be located under %programfiles%\Google\Chrome
  2. Download GCP Windows Service.
  3. From your Start menu, open Google Cloud Print Service and run it.
  4. In the Windows prompt that appears, enter your Windows administrator username and password.
  5. Click Register.
  6. In the Chrome window that appears, sign in to your Google Apps account.
  7. Click Add Printers and don’t close the browser. It will be closed automatically by the config utility. (You can close the popup if it’s still open.) The “State:” field should switch to “Running”.
  8. Verify that the expected printers are available in the management page.


  • At least some of your business’ printers are not Google Cloud Print Ready
  • You have a Windows print server or other Windows machine that is on around the clock that you’d like to use for print job routing.

Supported Platforms

  • Windows 8, 64bit
  • Windows 7, 32/64bit
  • Windows Server 2008 and 2012, 64bit
  • Windows Server 2003, 32bit (only with Microsoft XML Paper Specification Essentials Pack)
  • Windows XP with SP 3, 32bit (only with Microsoft XML Paper Specification Essentials Pack)
Note: Windows XP and Server 2003 will no longer be supported after the Windows XP End of Supportdate (April 8, 2014).


Open your Control Panel in Windows and uninstall Google Cloud Print Service.


  • You can start, stop, register, and unregister the service using config utility from step 2 of setup.
  • You can enabling logging during service registration. Logs will be available at “C:\Users\<USER>\AppData\Local\Google\Cloud Print Service\chrome_debug.log” (for Windows 7)


Then refer to link:

Print anywhere, from any application

Install Cloud Printer