My browser loaded 220.127.116.11 version.
I am open the google home page and the same tab in address bar other web site open very very slowly opening site how to open fastly
By the way, the newest Dev channel Google Chrome 18.104.22.168 is out.
2 LumoIt is your version? =)))) LOLOn official blog i cant find this version...
What happened to the "Check for Updates" button in the "About Google Chrome" screen. I didn't realise it was gone until I read this and actually tried to update.How are we supposed to do updates now?
Dear Migman, nope, I am not able to control or hack the dl.google.com, so it is not my version but the official Dev version 22.214.171.124.You can also see that it is already described in the release notes. Well, this particular blog is not guaranteed to be the most up-to-date source of information about new versions of Chrome. Get used to it. ;-)BestLM
@Lumo, actually yes, this blog *is* the official information blog for new updates for Google Chrome. The standalone installer and release notes you point out are probably done in preparation for the 176.0 release, but until it says so on this blog, it is not officially released yet.
Dear krtulmay,I didn't write that this blog fails to be the most official place to announce the new versions.I wrote that this blog fails to be the most up-to-date server informing about newly released versions and I insist that this statement of mine is proved in the links I have summarized above. And believe me or not, nothing will change about a single bit of the 126.96.36.199 binary, regardless whether it will be described here, elsewhere, or not. Moreover, because 188.8.131.52 is described in the Google page with "release notes" linked above, I would claim that the version has also been officially released, according to any sensible interpretation of the word "official".BestLubos
@Lumo, I actually thought about exactly the *opposite* of your point after my previous post, but I had decided not to follow up.In fact, since mid-Sep 2008 after Google Chrome was released, this blog *is* the most up-to-date information about new releases.So, since 184.108.40.206 has not been posted to this blog yet, the clear information is that it is *not* officially released, despite the links to the standalone installer and release notes. That's why I say those links must be thought of preparation only, because this blog *is* the up-to-date authority and 220.127.116.11 is still not released yet.This is further backed up by the fact that I don't think anyone has been able to update to 18.104.22.168 through "About Google Chrome", and that Chromium devs have previously stated the standalone installer links are used for their internal testing.
In any case I'd prefer not to download it until it's been 'officially' released through the update tool.For all I know a flaw could be found through internal testing or from an 'early bird' tester that needs to be patched before its widespread release.
@Locke22.214.171.124 IS an official release that everyone will get. How do I know that? Because ONLY official releases are mentioned on the Chromium release notes page. My guess is that it was finished so close to the weekend that they didn't have time to release it to everyone over Google Update (and they won't post about the new version on this blog until that has happened).
On this version 126.96.36.199 which you posted is hard issue. I can't type polish diacritic marks using right alt+specific letter on text fields.
in GMAIL the newest dev channel version doesn't have a scroll bar. 188.8.131.52
Why is 184.108.40.206 not available via built-in update tool? btw, I'm on the dev channel, tried switching to beta channel and back to dev channel but no luck.
176 was not released. It was in testing. Part of testing is staging the build on the download server to test updates.However, 176 has a high crash rate. It possibly has other issues; testing was halted early.You shouldn't install builds directly from the download server. You might get a buggy build; you might get a build that never updates, leaving you without critical security fixes.When a build is officially released, it will be announced on this blog and the update will be available by using About Google Chrome > Check for Updates.
Thanks Mark, I guess the confusion here is mainly because 220.127.116.11 is listed in the Chrome release notes page at http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel/release-notes
Apparently there are many biometric solutions which DON'T work with Chrome (until now I did not hear of any one that works). Using biometrically-protected password banks is an addictive thing, especially with the ever growing number of sites requiring login, often clicking a link and needing to enter new login information before seeing the contents under the respective link. For the past two years I've been using a Lenovo R61i with fingerprint reader and password manager. Now I am using an Acer Aspire 8930G with fingerprint reader, Acer Bio Protection AAV and password bank. Different solutions, same result: they are working with IE, not with Chrome. It's pretty sad that I have to use Gmail on IE (mainly because I get many links in mail that lead to sign-in protected sites) and use Chrome only for Google search or other activities not prone to lead to sign-in screens. Because of the number of different non-working biometric solutions I do think there should be something to be done from Chrome side, like passing compatible messages while in sign-in screens between Chrome and any biometric software. There probably is a certain form of messages that IE is using, and biometric software recognize... Hope these aren't patented :D Otherwise... I can't wait to use Chrome more than I do now...
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