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I am trying to figure out why tag autocomplete (tag suggestions) stopped working for me?

I am using Google Chromium 12.0.742.91 on Debian GNU/Linux. Tag autocomplete works in Firefox, it also works on a clean new (with chromium --user-data-dir=new_directory) Chromium profile.

But it doesn't work on my usual profile. I have 11 extensions installed, but I don't recall installing any new ones around the time it stopped working. Tag autocomplete where working for me some weeks ago. But I upgraded Chromium in the meantime, but I can't now recall did tag autocomplete stop working after an upgrade.

Before I spend too much time trying to narrow down the problem to something in my Chromium profile, maybe someone observe the same problem and already knows the solution?

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What are those 11 extensions? Anything like RequestPolicy, AdBlock, or NoScript? – Awesome Poodles Jun 30 '11 at 21:16
Well, it was AdBlock, from now I added exclude for the domain it started to work. I didn't think it would be it, as probably almost everyone has this extension and there would be posts about it here minutes after the problem would appear. – miernik Jun 30 '11 at 21:29
@mie you should add that as an answer so others can find it etc – Jeff Atwood Jul 1 '11 at 6:20

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