Chrome Version : 4.0.302.2 dev URLs (if applicable) : Other browsers tested: Add OK or FAIL after other browsers where you have tested this issue: Safari 4: Firefox 3.x: IE 7: IE 8: What steps will reproduce the problem? 1. Hover over a Word with your cursor 2. Use the keyboard shortcut (CMD OPTION D) 3. What is the expected result? A quick tool-tip that offers a definition of the word. Try using the same in Safari 4 to see. What happens instead? Nothing. Assuming that Chrome is built in Cocoa (because Webkit is), this should work. Please provide any additional information below. Attach a screenshot if possible.
Jan 29 2010,
Apr 26 2010,
Apr 26 2010,
The shortcut is Control-Command-D not Command-Option-D. It does not work and, unfortunately, is kind of a deal breaker. But, God Chrome is fast.
Aug 29 2010,
I like the "new oxford" in built-in dictionary. It would be annoying if I used chrome as main browser.
Jan 13 2011,
My chrome on mac is up to date and this problem is still there.
Oct 12 2012, Project Member
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Mar 11 2013, Project Member
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