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At least on the Mac OS X dev channel, starting out with a blank popup.html for a page or browser action will break your Google Chrome extension terribly. More than likely you will have to restart Chrome and clear your cache before your extension will load again. 

Probably related to the automatic resizing of popups.

Why would you start out with a blank pop up? Because maybe the popup features dynamically generated content.

Start at least with a   in your popup. Otherwise if you have an error in your JavaScript and the content doesn’t generate you’ll end up having to restart Chrome instead of just reloading your extension.

Posted via web from Apphacker’s learning curve

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