All Chrome extensions must be distributed either directly from the Chrome Web Store, using inline installation, or using the mechanisms described below.
Failure to comply with one of these distribution methods constitutes a violation of the Chrome extension policy and may result in the extension and/or the software distributing it to be flagged as unwanted software.
Will the methodology for allowing a “pre-install” still be supported by Google Chrome from M33 onwards?
On Mac OS, the external extensions files for all users are only read if file system permissions prevent unprivileged users from changing it.
If you do not see external extensions installed when Chrome is launched, there may be a permissions problem with the external extensions preferences files.
To see if this is the problem, follow these steps: Google Chrome scans the metadata entries in the preferences and registry each time the browser starts, and makes any necessary changes to the installed external extensions.
To update your extension to a new version, update the file, and then update the version in the preferences or registry.
In other words, the external extension is blacklisted. If the user uninstalls your extension, you should respect that decision.
However, if you (the developer) accidentally uninstalled your extension through the UI, you can remove the blacklist tag by installing the extension normally through the UI, and then uninstalling it.See the Using Docker in Cloud Foundry topic for an explanation of how Docker works in Cloud Foundry.To push apps with Docker, you need the following: .The preferences file on Linux can point to your own server where you are hosting the extension (see autoupdating).The preferences JSON file also supports installing an extension from a extension file on the user's Linux computer (see hosting).How do I update my native binaries and extension in-step?