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By default, Chrome reduces the length of tabs in situations where, at full size, they do not fit into the width of the browser window. If the number is large enough, the tabs are reduced down to the site icon, after which new tabs are no longer added to the top bar.

You can change this tab behavior by adjusting the Tab Scrolling settings. This feature allows you to scroll the tab bar left and right when it is full.

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All you need to do is go to the following address “chrome://flags/#scrollable-tabstrip”, set one of the options below and then restart the browser:

1. “Enabled - tabs shrink to pinned tab width” (tabs will shrink to the pinned size).
2. “Enabled - tabs shrink to medium width” (tabs will shrink to medium size).
3. “Enabled - tabs shrink to large width” (tabs will shrink to large size).
4. “Enabled - tabs don't shrink” (tabs will not shrink at all).
 
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