Monday, October 12, 2009

Beta/Stable Channel Update

Both the beta and stable channel have been updated to 3.0.195.27 and contain the following fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where menu items for certain Indian languages were not properly visible. (Issue: 18042)
  • Add support to blacklist the faux www.paypal.com certificate. (Issue:24038)
  • Added NTLMv2 support on Windows. (Issue: 14206)
  • FFmpeg files now properly have NX/DBCompat enabled. (Issue: 23189 - Will be made public once this release is fully deployed)
  • V8 crash fix. (Issue: 22913)

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome Program Manager

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15 Comments:

Blogger amalia said...

ei brothers, the download system of Google Chrome is very slow!!!!!

When do you fix the problem with the download´s speed?

4:54 PM, October 12, 2009  
Blogger Brian said...

My Themes Image is still missing on the new tab page

6:00 PM, October 12, 2009  
Blogger Manish said...

Nice to see that NTLMv2 is now supported

6:55 PM, October 12, 2009  
Blogger Rajiv said...

When are you planning to add font smoothing ?

It is now the only and main differentiator between chrome and other browsers.

Thanks.

10:09 PM, October 12, 2009  
Blogger vhanla said...

Today, I damaged my mouse and navigating with only the keyboard is a real pain, using the TAB key, and for example at aqua-soft.org I can't see where TAB locates the focus.

I don't know how difficult would be to add support only for keyboard maybe like Opera does (Shift+cursors). Just a suggestion :P

12:47 PM, October 13, 2009  
Blogger Tom said...

http://www.me.com/mail/ no longer displays correctly.

6:30 AM, October 14, 2009  
Blogger bladeles said...

I have this version of Chrome and still have problems with hotmail email AND hotmail calendar.

3:16 AM, October 15, 2009  
Blogger Li, Quanjia said...

does anybody noticed that chrome creates lots of fragments in their cache files. i hope google can make some improvements for this because it will slow down the computer dramatically

3:49 AM, October 15, 2009  
Blogger Lumo said...

If you just upgraded Acrobat Reader to its newest 9.2 and you don't see any PDF in the Chrome when you click at PDF links, it is called Issue 24883. Add your star over there to speed the fixing up. ;-)

6:33 AM, October 15, 2009  
Blogger ahmed said...

"the download system of Google Chrome is very slow!!!!!"

2:45 PM, October 16, 2009  
Blogger Rodrigo said...

After updating adobe reader to the newest version 9.2, I can't see pdf files directly in chrome, it stays grey (backgroundcolor of adobe reader)
But after resize the chrome window, it works normaly and you can see the content of the pdf files (the Adobe Reader plugin).
Rodrigo from Germany...

2:54 PM, October 19, 2009  
Blogger JJLL said...

After using Chrome for several months, I installed 3.0.195.27 yesterday, and that same night, while browsing the web with Chrome (and no other app open), McAfee VirusScan suddenly popped up saying I've been infected with Trojan FakeAlert-JQ. I shut down Chrome but it was too late, the Trojan brought in New Win32 and New Poly Win32 viruses, and a bunch of other trojans and malwares onto my computer and infected a bunch of exe files. After being a consistent pro-Chromer, I have to say that I'm VERY VERY disappointed that I contracted these viruses through Chrome. I always thought IE was virus-prone, and that's why I stuck with Firefox and Chrome... I guess it's down to only Firefox now!

2:09 PM, October 21, 2009  
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8:54 PM, October 21, 2009  
Blogger koko85 said...

I have the same problem with pdfs as described above. When I open a pdf it does not become visible unless I resize the Google Chrome window. The version of Adobe reader I currently use is 9.2.0 and the Google Chrome version is 3.0.195.27.
Regards,
Nikolay

11:01 AM, October 25, 2009  

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