Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Dev Channel Update: 2.0.173.1

Google Chrome's Dev channel has been updated to 2.0.173.1. This was mostly a bug fix crash/ release.

You can find out about getting on the Dev channel here: http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel.

Notable Changes:
  • Fixed a plugin crash related to FoxIt reader. (Issue: 9539)
  • V8 proxy resolver support is now enabled by default, and is no longer behind a flag. (Issues: 2764, 74)
  • Added a localizable font family and font size for rendered web content. This allows Chrome to display larger characters for certain international font families (e.g. Malayalam and Bengali). (Issue: 7319)
  • Fixed a crash which occured when canceling a save page operation. (Issue: 9738)

Last Week's Known Issues Fixed:
  • Cannot drag bookmarks on then New Tab page (Issue 9674).

Known Issues
  • Mouse wheel scrolling does not scroll windows that aren't focused (9647).
  • Google Calendar widget not updating properly (Issue 8935)

Please let us know about the issues you find by filing a bug, but please search the open issues first.

A detailed list of changes in this release is in the release notes.

--Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome Program Manager

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16 Comments:

Blogger David said...

Hiya,

Not just the calendar widget that ain't workin'...

Google Calendar itself looks funky. Event names look fine until you scroll around, or switch months. I can still see the events there, but the writing is cut off.

If I switch tabs, and go back, everything's back... until I scroll around again.

Bleh.

Still, keep up the good work guys!

Oh, and fix that gadget!

3:40 PM, April 08, 2009  
Blogger laforge said...

Regarding calendar, I believe we know what's causing the issue and have fix which should show up in the next Dev/Beta channel release.

4:17 PM, April 08, 2009  
Blogger Mehdy said...

tab title and animation has been fixed in this release but did not included in Bug-Fix list, thanks anyway.

4:27 PM, April 08, 2009  
Blogger Mehdy said...

sorry, it seems that it is also listed. r13131.

4:29 PM, April 08, 2009  
Blogger Paul said...

Seems like Twitter is not showing the text inside the submit button now. Not sure if that's Chrome's fault or Twitter coding woes, but doesn't happen with Firefox or IE.

(On Dev channel)

5:16 PM, April 08, 2009  
Blogger Wesley said...

Another known issue: http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=9727

5:38 PM, April 08, 2009  
Blogger Theodore said...

Another bug fixed in this release not mentioned in the release notes is the longstanding "create multiple download tabs from the download shelf" bug.

8:50 PM, April 08, 2009  
Blogger ZeroMan said...

This is the best browser ever but I am perplexed why there isn't a simple X to delete the Recent Bookmarks or Recently Closed sections nor the Most Visited Items on the New Tab page. I can't find a way to do it via the options (unless you delete *all* of your history), and for a browser and company so focused on privacy, I'm surprised you don't enable this to be done with one click. I don't need people looking over my shoulder and seeing that I bookmarked pron :)

9.5 out of 10... add that, and I'm hooked for life.

9:09 PM, April 08, 2009  
Blogger Dennis Wu said...

I'm having a problem with Google Chrome updating to the newest developer version. I've got the Channel Chooser set to the Dev channel, and have reinstalled Chrome multiple times and it still does not update. I'm forced to manually update... anyone have a solution?

9:21 PM, April 08, 2009  
Blogger Michel Bohms said...

Can someone explain me the following Logic? This browser gets better and better in the details where it seems from the outside that one of the biggest global issues seems not addressed (I mean the handling of google bookmarks like in firefox). Is this Google-logic or I am fully surprised in a couple of weeks when the release comes out supporting this (I I can actually dump Firefox, and I guess many people with me). The only logic I can think of myself that it is the google-concept that I should not want bookmarks really :)
Cheers, Michel

2:03 AM, April 09, 2009  
Blogger San said...

Yes, i agree with michel. I can't really browse without My bookmarks.

I have to switch b/w browsers so many times just to add my bookmarks back to google bookmarks.

8:17 PM, April 09, 2009  
Blogger Guest said...

Is --single-process mode broken?

10:27 PM, April 09, 2009  
Blogger ppeyre said...

@Dennis Wu
I Had the same problem, my browser still does not update.

11:05 PM, April 09, 2009  
Blogger hitesh said...

Same problem, it was not updating and showed that it is the latest version, but after Download the channel chooser again and choosing dev channel, it worked for me ( maybe something changed).

2:53 AM, April 10, 2009  
Blogger Burak PADIR said...

Do not use stand-alone installers for chrome if you are experiencing update problems.

1. Uninstall Chrome
2. Use google installer to install
3. Use channel selection tool to select DEV channel
4. Then click "about Google Chrome" button
5. Check for updates

3:39 AM, April 12, 2009  
Blogger San said...

It would nice if we know what's the schedule for different releases.

Maybe you guys can have a google calendar or something that we can add and get notifications via email

9:09 AM, April 14, 2009  

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