Chromium Blog. Google Chrome Extensions.
In Chrome, go to Settings -> Extensions. Check the Developer Mode checkbox at the top.
Now what? Chrome: ‘Disable developer mode extensions’.
But Google Chrome does not allows its users to install extensions from unknown sources. So as a solution, you can enable the developer mode in Chrome, doing which is super easy.
I have recently updated Google Chrome to version 33.0.1750.117m and an incredibly annoying popup, telling me to disable developer mode extensions, is now appearing whenever I start the browser.
Make sure that you check Developer mode and click the Load unpacked extension... button.
When you click on the "Developer mode" option when on the Extensions tab you see three options. I know what the "Update extensions now" does, but what do the "Load unpacked extensions" and "Pack extensions" buttons do?
Google has recently made changes to the way Chrome tackles extensions to announce possible harm to users through some of the developer mode functions. This has affected many of the well-known wide-used extensions, like Roboform...
“Disable developer mode extensions” pop-up appears in the newer version of Google Chrome, it basically means there is a Browser Extension enabled that is not from the Google Web Store.