Thursday, September 10, 2009

Dev Channel Update: Bug fixes for Mac and Linux


This week's changes for the dev channel focus on bug fixes as well as a new defense for cross-site scripting attacks.

Version: 4.0.207.0 for Mac and Linux.


All:
  • Reflective XSS filter for better security against a common attack.  See the mailing list post for more information.
  • Fixed extraneous horizontal scrollbars in Gmail (Issue: 7976)

Mac:
  • [r25560], [r25475], [r25478] Tweaks to the Omnibox look.
  • [r25182] Fix zoom (green maximize) button. (Issue: 17472)
  • [r25380] Adjust color spaces so that Mac Chrome renders colors properly. (Issues: 2055219951)
  • [r25167] Don't show favicons or throbbers for the New Tab page on the Mac. (Issues: 1333720378)
  • Uploading images with "Hide extension" set does now work. (Issue: 20857)

Linux:
  • [r25373] Add external protocol dialog for Linux. (Issue: 20731)
  • [r25100] Handle external protocols, e.g. mailto: links. (Issue: 20696)
  • [r25125] Fix crash when switching to a tab containing audio/video elements. (Issues: 20138, 19677)

Extensions:
  • [r25293] Added an auto-update now button to chrome://extensions page. (Issue: 17853)
  • [r25253] Fix crash on Mac when pressing "load unpacked extension" in chrome://extensions page. (Issue: 20860)

More details about additional changes are available in the svn 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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15 Comments:

Blogger DogTag said...

Are you sure that this version released?

But it gives me 404:
http://cache.pack.google.com/chrome/install/207.0/chrome_installer.exe

7:03 PM, September 10, 2009  
Blogger Mark Larson (Google) said...

That's (almost) a path to a Windows installer. There's not Windows update available at this time.

8:10 PM, September 10, 2009  
Blogger Arley said...

When is there going to be an update for the Windows version?

8:43 PM, September 10, 2009  
Blogger johny said...

There are a lot of *.mht files especially in intranet site. A lot of my colleagues do not use google chrome just because it could not open *.mht file..
Chrome Team should probably take this issue as a priority.

More Support of files = More Users
More Users = More Feedbacks
More Feedbacks = A better browser..

3:02 AM, September 11, 2009  
Blogger Ron said...

Thanks for the Mac update! Please, please, please consider giving us the ability to control fonts and font sizes in the Preferences panel... Chrome is pretty much my browser o'choice on my Linux and Windows boxes and that's about the only thing at present that keeps me from switching on my Macs...

5:45 AM, September 11, 2009  
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Blogger Pras said...

my 4.0.206.1 is not updating to this one it is saying it's up to date i am using on Windows 7

6:47 AM, September 11, 2009  
Blogger Shippuuden said...

Pras this update is just for Mac and Linux.

8:45 AM, September 11, 2009  
Blogger Shippuuden said...

=/ i wanna clear browsing data in tool menu again =[

9:03 AM, September 11, 2009  
Blogger Shippuuden said...

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9:08 AM, September 11, 2009  
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9:11 AM, September 11, 2009  
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12:13 PM, September 11, 2009  
Blogger Jeff said...

I LOVE Chrome on the Mac. Oddly, with this update I can't see any web pages. I can determine that they are loading using the developer tools, but the display in the browser is completely blank. Anyone have a suggestion for how I can fix this?

4:53 AM, September 12, 2009  
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