Have you set the flag as belowDidn't work.
Failed to load extension
ErrorManifest file is missing or unreadable
Could not load manifest.
YesHave you set the flag as below
chrome://flags/#extension-mime-request-handling to change from "Default" to "Install always" to make it prompt the user to install. "Default" will cause you to download the extension's crx file instead.
Enable Developer mode at the top right corner in the Extensions page
Download the zip file and extract again. The below files/folders should be in the unzipped folder. Load unpacked the unzipped folder again
View attachment 254718
If all else fail then remove the Ungoogled Chromium browser, re-download and install again. I'm using the installer version NOT the zip version.
BTW, what OS are you using?
Hello, are there any important (security/privacy) difference between tangalbert919 and macchrome builds of Ungoogled Chromium? Did someone take a look on it?
The builds of tangalbert919 are officially recommended by Eloston, but they have almost always pretty old chromium version.
On the other hand, the builds of macchrome have the last chromium version, but I do not know whether one can trust this builds.
Builds of tangalbert919:
Concerns prebuilt versions of ungoogled-chromium. Contribute to tangalbert919/ungoogled-chromium-binaries development by creating an account on GitHub.github.com
Builds of macchrome (earlier marmaduke):
What do you think?
Decided to give the zip version of this another try.
There is a provision in UG (Eloston) to set Secure DNSI have tried the Marmaduke and the Eloston versions of Chromium.
What is interesting in these versions of Chromium, there are no Settings in the Security section of the browsers to set Secure DNS over HTTPS to your DNS of choice like the settings appear in the current version of Google Chrome, Firefox, and Opera for that matter.
Could it be that Google despite its "call home" history is one up on Chromium by making these specific settings available within the program gui?