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I wanted to do the same on my site and noticed that it doesn't work on Chrome, and it looks like for Stack Overflow either.

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What exactly did you want to do? – Gnoupi May 7 '10 at 8:26
on SO when you disable javascript in your browser you get an message on the top, saying that the site works best with js enabled, but on google chrome it doesnt – Omu May 7 '10 at 8:44
found a solution… – Omu May 7 '10 at 8:48
up vote 4 down vote accepted

Oddly enough this seems to be a "feature" of Chrome, as Omu pointed out

edit: Fixed in Chrome 5.

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Don't worry, webkit fixing that like this :-)

if (m_parentFrame->script()->canExecuteScripts(NotAboutToExecuteScript)) 


if (!m_parentFrame->script()->canExecuteScripts(NotAboutToExecuteScript)) 
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