Friday, July 17, 2009

Dev Channel Update: 3.0.194.3


Google Chrome 3.0.194.3 has been released to the Dev channel for Mac and Linux.  Windows remains on 3.0.193.1.

Highlights in this release:
  • Linux: Restarting should no longer lose all session information.
  • Fix for crash when saving files. (Issue: 15555)
  • Fix a crash while dragging (and closing a tab). (Issue: 16280)
  • Linux: Fixes "fonts stop rendering after a few minutes" (Issue: 16403)
  • Linux: Fixes the "no pages load on 64-bit" issue.
More details are available in the release notes and the log of all revisions.

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

If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug at http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/entry.
Jonathan Conradt
Engineering Program Manager

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Blogger sozh97 said...

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6:27 PM, July 17, 2009  
Blogger Ultimate Websites & Software! said...

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7:41 PM, July 17, 2009  
Blogger Ultimate Websites & Software! said...

The latest version of Chrome in Windows is 3.0.193.1, not 3.0.194.3 because it'll be available only Mac & Linux. :P

7:42 PM, July 17, 2009  
Blogger sozh97 said...

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12:00 AM, July 18, 2009  
Blogger Lajos said...

Can I ask for something? I would like to have an option to customize tab behaviour. Cause everytime you open a link in a new tab, the focus switches on the new tab, and you have to switch back to contiue reading the original article. So it would be nice to have an option to open links in a background tab.

Cheers.

6:57 AM, July 18, 2009  
Blogger kollegedude8383 said...

Does anyone have any insight as to whether "Bookmark all tabs" or "Save Session" will come to chrome?? Honestly this is the only thing I NEED at this time - everything is just gravy.

I don't see why this should be difficult since you can close a window and reopen it - why not be able to bookmark all of those (ie firefox) or save that session and come back it later - without it NEEDING to be the next time.

12:52 PM, July 18, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

@Lajos: What OS are you on? Opening new tabs in the background is the default behavior on Windows.

@kollegedude8383: http://crbug.com/2935 , patches welcome.

2:09 PM, July 18, 2009  
Blogger Lajos said...

@pkasting - I'm on Vista, tho I'm using Chromium mostly updating it like trice a day. But it also affects the current devbuild, at least for me.

4:38 PM, July 18, 2009  
Blogger god said...

"Save session" is an implemented feature - open some tabs, close your browser, reopen it and you will see your last session in Recently closed.

8:23 PM, July 18, 2009  
Blogger Sim said...

Lajos, I use middle click (wheel click) for opening links in background in new tab. Try it.

5:15 AM, July 19, 2009  
Blogger Lajos said...

@Sim

Yeah I know that works mate, but my middle click is usually bind on VoIP mic. activation, so sending "burps" of background noise in to the conversation while browsing is not the optimal solution. :)

7:38 AM, July 19, 2009  
Blogger Lumo said...

A simple hint for a simple new feature that I would be using, a new window button:

There is a "plus" button that opens a new tab. What about putting one more on the right side from the "plus" button, e.g. an "upper arrow" button, that would open a new window? It's the same as opening the tab, grabbing the tab, and moving it from the other tabs to a new window, but in one step.

8:21 AM, July 20, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But and WebFont support? Safari (webkit engine) have webfont support but gChrome doesn't.

8:32 AM, July 20, 2009  
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Blogger Fabio_Rulez said...

lumo why don't you fill a feature request on http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/entry it should be a nice feature

11:44 AM, July 20, 2009  
Blogger didencool said...

great work!!! (im not a dev)
run chrome on opensuse x86-64 all seems great.
i use alien -r to convert it from deb
I most like yours
auto adding search engings
adding search engings from mycroft(!)
using custom search engings and keys for them like gg=google.com (i guess you understand what I mean)

in find by crtl+F results on scrollbar hichlighting (bigestPlus)

(!)when i add opensuse software search engine from mycroft. I have an mycroft icon but there should be gecko. this does not big matter but it seem like a little buggy. so if you know howto add bugg reports add this one too

I'll be waiting for google-chrome's final release
this is great browser )

11:56 PM, July 20, 2009  
Blogger Jeff said...

what is going on with @fontface. pretty big feature of the new webstandards. come on google!

9:45 PM, July 21, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The facebook chatting session cannot click and login to the list of people who is available for chat. Please fix this bug as soon as possible.

1:18 AM, July 22, 2009  
Blogger Andreas Schmidt said...

I'm not sure why not. But for me, I would call a much bigger highlight in the new release that flash is now at least partially working on the dev version.

Thats a major milestone for me.
Makes it in Linux finally valuable.

8:02 AM, July 22, 2009  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here, frequently bug are ocurried :(, tab crash a few moments, and he back to normal open a new window (i doesn't drag anything)

9:27 AM, July 22, 2009  

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