However, when manually adding the alert property to window it finds it straight away and does not need to go up the prototype chain. The $ alias does not work. share|improve this answer answered Jun 17 '15 at 2:14 whitebeard 325512 This work for me as well, i disabled popup in chrome and forgot the action. Usually this is not found, and it then goes up the prototype chain to find the native implementation. Check This Out
I have exactly the same problem. What could prevent alert() from displaying? Solution is you need to close that webpage and reopen again in the browser(don't need to close the entire browser). Not the answer you're looking for?
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Just open the file: "start-chrome-popup.htm" first.