Chrome not updating website crystalens accommodating lens
You need to do a hard refresh that bypasses the browser cache. But it still shows up when searching for this problem. I have this issue from time to time myself, especially when I am making lots of changes, I find clearing your browser cache works best, unless you have specifically set up some sort of caching.
I don't know the key combination on a mac, but it's probably similar to Windows: ctrl-shift-R. What didn't work, the suggested key combinations or the actual answer (hard refresh to bypass the cache)? Also recognize that this problem, and answer, are four years old.... Also make sure to check the "Disable Cache" is the inspector settings. Please update if changes have taken implemented by Google.
To open the Console tab, do one of the following: Use the keyboard shortcut Command - Option - J (Mac) or Control -Shift -J (Windows/Linux). This window won't use any stored cookies, cached content, or DNS resolutions, so you can test stuff in it without slowing your normal browsing down by dumping the cache.
In Firefox, I know it to be then you can right click on refresh and select 'Empty Cache and Hard Reload' See: Edit 02/04/2013 to include everything The documentation says 1) Java Script Console The Java Script Console is available in two modes within Chrome Dev Tools: the primary Console tab, or as a split-view you can display while on another tab (such as Elements or Sources).
This window won't use any stored cookies, cached content, or dns resolutions, so you can test stuff in it without slowing your normal browsing down by dumping the cache.
This is what I almost always do instead of clearing the cache. This is especially frustrating when I'm working on apache/nginx configs and I'm downloading instead of viewing it.
This is what I almost always do instead of clearing the cache. Click the settings icon (a gear in the bottom right corner). Now when you browse with your Developer tools open caching is disabled.Firefox showed it as being correct, no keystroke refresh combo in Incognito Chrome cleared the SWF from cache, nor did clearing the actual Chrome cache and refreshing the Incognito window.