Thursday, April 22, 2010

Dev Channel Update

Update: Windows, Mac, and Linux have been updated to 5.0.375.23, this was a crash fix release.
Linux has been updated to 5.0.375.19

The Dev channel has been updated to 5.0.375.17 for Windows and Mac platforms.

  • Disabled profile based Autofill (this will return in a future release)
  • Various UI features related to the url bar/ omnibox have been removed from this release (e.g. http:// truncation, star icon, etc...)

    • We are currently examining ways to address the usability issues that were raised and plan to reintroduce in the near future
  • Various crash fixes
  • We have restored the shortcuts for the bookmarks bar and bookmarks manager (Ctrl+B and Ctrl+Shift+B respectively)
  • See all
Known Issues
  • Drop down box does not close after clicking on the expand arrow a second time. (Issue: 42350)
  • [Linux] Autofill preference settings not being retained (Issue: 42446)
More details about additional changes are available in the svn log of all revision.

You can find out about getting on the Dev channel here:

If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug at

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome



Blogger gsctt said...

Restore the shortcut for the bookmarks manager: Thanks, you did right!

5:30 PM, April 22, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Couldn't agree more :) @gsctt Restore the shortcut for the bookmarks manager: Thanks, you did right!

5:39 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger XDRAGON360 said...

Good job!

5:40 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger 江添亮 said...

hmm I really liked the idea of http:// truncation and star icon.

I surprised first, but come to think of it, Mysterious http:// is just a useless noise for most users.
Copy to the clipboard works as I expected and for https it still shows it. So I really liked it.

5:45 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger RoyalsDream said...

Chrome doesn't allow to be installed in a directory of choice. If it does than not easily. I was able to install both Apple's Safari and Opera in the partition of my choice. The partition Chrome installed in is one that I have no disk space on, thus I could not use it. Moreover, I am not willing to unload programs that have already been installed.

5:47 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Li, Quanjia said...

quick, quick, cool new feature. I like chrome.

5:55 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Diego said...

Nosso gerenciador de downloads precisa de um upgrade... Principalmente relacionado à parte de somente abrir arquivos ao invés de baixá-los para o pc...

5:55 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Berkay said...

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5:57 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Berkay said...

Also internal Flash has been updated to RC2 - That is newer than the plugin / ActiveX RC2 versions. Keep up the good work!

5:58 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Adler Luiz said...

I liked this version = D but, having removed the effect by opening a new tab.

6:03 PM, April 22, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blue again xD

6:10 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger REO said...

Great release!

Keep up the good work!

6:22 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger hjghjghj said...

Do you guys plan on fixing the excessive cpu usage with flash and .gif images ?

i've been trying chrome for a past few months now and every time i come back to it, it has the same problem.

chrome uses 70% cpu for .gif where as firefox only uses 10% for the same one.

Flash uses double the cpu in a lot of cases

This is on the mac version....very disapointed

6:23 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Seyss said...


6:29 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Germán said... Doesn´t work good and is very annoying. Please check it

6:32 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Marasmo said...

Star icon on right of omnibox was a nice usability feature

7:08 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Dan Truong said...

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7:37 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger People said...

INCOGNITO Mode Problems.

All the problems that I'm about to mention, happen while using incognito mode with Win7 32.

Adjusting the 'Content Settings' (Allow or Block) for a website via the icons in the omnibox, does not work. Also, when you add a website(s) manually into the 'Exceptions..' window of the 'Content Settings', you have to restart Chrome in order for the setting (Allow or Block) for the website(s) to go into affect.
(Content Settings radio buttons for 'Cookies', 'Java-Script' and 'Plug-ins' are 'Block sites...' and 'Do not allow...'.)

Now, this problem has to do with the 'Options' for Extensions. When you click the 'Options' link for extensions, nothing happens. Well... Chrome flickers for a ms, but when you close Chrome, it's process(es) are still running and you have to shut them down through Task manager.

Now this isn't really a bug, more or less a feature request. It's in regards to the 'Bookmark Manager'. Would it be possible to have the option to allow users to view it in a tab instead of a whole new Chrome window? Also, could it accessible in incognito mode too?

Can anyone else confirm these problems and report them?

OH! On an other thing, why the step back to the old UI layout? Well...I know why....(The complaints.) But the thing is, you didn't even give the new UI layout a chance.! And also, isn't that new UI going to be used in a very near future release? Should have just left it, the people would have eventually got used to it, and soon enough they will have too, so you might as well have left the new UI in use instead of reverting back to the old UI.

Anyway, keep up the good work Chrome team!

7:41 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Boden said...

Why did you give in to all the whining? The last UI (grey colour aside) was far better.

I especially liked http:// being removed.

7:48 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger People said...

What the..., the tab effect is gone? The last version was heading in a good direction, mind you it had some bugs and problems in the Incognito Mode (look at my previous comment), but the cosmetic changes were a good change (the theme color was okay, but it didn't sit well with windows).

7:53 PM, April 22, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Boden, People, etc.: We didn't "give in to all the whining" -- all the changes, from hiding http to changing the theme color to changing the shortcut keys, will be returning to the Dev channel in a few weeks and we'll have the M6 cycle to tweak, fix, experiment with, and evaluate them. They're merely moving out of M5, that's all.

7:57 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger People said...

Just wanted to echo what Boden said about the whining. You shouldn't have caved. Should have dealt with the complaints now, so you wouldn't have to in the near future, 'cause it's going to happen all over again once the new UI is added.

8:00 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger People said...


Just read your comment, can't wait for the M6 cycle! :-D

Any info on the Incognito problems that I mentioned in a previous comment, any chance that they will get fixed?

Anyway, keep up the excellent work with Chrome!

8:06 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger AshMan said...

Thank God you guys undid the silly changes you made to the URL box to the Bookmarks shortcuts.

8:11 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger LZSaver said...

Oh, blue theme, no! Make it silver! :(

8:13 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Justin said...

do none of you read? all the ui changes are coming back in chrome 6. including all the omnibox changes, color and button changes.

8:21 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Daniel said...

Here's some ideas for you guys, seeing as you are looking at different ways to tweak the UI.

1. Mix the go, refresh, and stop buttons on the left of the omnibar instead of mixing only the stop and go and leaving refresh it's own button.

2. Make colour optional. Some people liked the silver, some didn't. Make the colour choice the user's choice.

Those are all I have for now. Just a few ideas. I hope you guys take this to heart / at least consider it.

8:27 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Berkay said...

Can you make Chrome to show the page titles rather than their favicons on the pinned tabs? I have Gmail and Twitter pinned. Whenever I run Chrome, both pages open in the first 2 tabs. Their titles show updates immediately e.g. when there is a new tweet. This way it'll be easier to follow them. Or maybe an animation if the site is updated. There are some extensions doing this job already though.

8:32 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Adys said...

THANK YOU for reverting http truncating. God that was annoying.

Btw, I really liked the new theme.

8:43 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Charly NET said...


I liked all changes of the last release!!!!


I was really excited for the http:// truncation, the star icon and the open tab effect!!

I hope you reinstall them very-very soon again.

9:50 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger 8ball said...

Ctrl+B=Bookmarks bar [check]keep it this way

Blue/Gray/Silver=Doesn't matter anymore,the browser interface should be minimal, and the focus is on the actual website. that is Chrome.

Star on the Left [check]that is where it needs to be, anyway the shortcut Ctrl+d makes it really fast, but having to go all the way to the Right to change folder/edit name is really a long way (every millisecond counts), should keep it on the LEFT.

anyway, the most important for me is Ctrl+B for B.Bar, because I use it frequently to maximize page view and show B.Bar to navigate to another site, it's a 1 hand job.

Great job, I appreciate what you're doing. Chrome FTW.

9:51 PM, April 22, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You did good restoring the http://.
I didn't like the idea of copying something and pasting something else.

Moreover, in my opinion, the Blue theme is much better.

Thanks for this great browser.

10:37 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger dmt said...

All changes are GOOD.. but please.. bring back the silver theme =\

10:40 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Charly NET said...

ohh... sorry, for the shock of the changes I didn't see the comments of @pkasting, so, I really like to test the Chrome 6 :)

10:48 PM, April 22, 2010  
Blogger Fabio_Rulez said...

It would be really nice if, in bookmark manager, the search would be 'live' (search as you type). Right now you have to hit enter to see the result. It would be way better if the search was live while typing (i.e. like the search on windows folders) to support this idea please star this bug:

12:03 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Jaimy said...

Just what Daniel 8:27 PM, April 22, 2010 said.

Can't wait for M6.

12:16 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Peter said...

thank you SO MUCH for giving my http:// back! i was starting to get desperate. omitting was a bad and unnecessary decision and you finally realized it. please keep it that way.

12:44 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger heartforyourvalentine said...

Browser DNS errors
"Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED):" are cached. Hitting reload just shows the cached error 105 until the cache time is expired (1 min). Bug was introduced by REV 43997. Back to 371.0.

1:47 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger ciaranh said...

It saddens me that reverting the idiotic 'remove http://' from the address bar is temporary.

Please keep it the way it's supposed to be. I'll be going back to Firefox if it gets removed again for a variety of reasons:

* It's not standards-compliant.
* Copy-pasting URLs is broken, both normal AND X11 under Linux.
* There's no logical reason to remove the protocol that's currently in use, and it makes no sense that it's displayed when it changes to https:// etc.

3:48 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Jonas N said...

There's no standard telling the address bar must have "http://" as a prefix. The idea with removing "http://" is to simplify the address bar since it's the most common prefix, and it's never essential to type either. It's the default. The reason it's displayed when changing to "https://" is to make it extra clear that a protocol other than the default/assumed protocol when typing URL's is used.

I don't really understand the criticism. I can agree on that the clipboard contents mismatching the address bar contents can be confusing though. I want the simplicity however, and also the full clipboard contents, because many apps want a "http://" in front to treat it as a hyperlink.

My solution to that would be to use the simplified look when not editing the box, but displaying the full address with prefix and all when giving it text cursor focus, so that you clearly see that http:// is going to be included in the clipboard.

This would preserve the best parts of both worlds in my opinion.

5:06 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger telios said...

If you revert to the last week's user interface (except the only one removal of http://), maybe I will go back to Firefox - 4.0 - as soon as it becomes possible.

6:25 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger gsctt said...

You're free to use whatever browser you want.

6:40 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger D.Duarte said...


6:45 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger itsnotvalid said...

It's kind of surprising that "all" the changes has been reverted, including some subtle changes like the theme color and the buttons.

8:06 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Justin said...

the changes are coming back in chrome 6, just their leaving them out for 5. so they can work on them further, fixing bugs and what not.

8:30 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Raymund - رايموند said...

brig back the SILVER THEME please

8:59 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger telios said...

For 1 or 2 months Google Chrome developping seems to smell some Microsoft Big Brother feeling.
And I hate it.
And maybe I am not the only one.

Good luck, guys, you are going to the wrong direction!

9:42 AM, April 23, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chrome, what the shit? You spent ages fixing the UI, and apart from the grey theme and the star, it was awesome. I loved where the refresh was.
Why step back?

10:00 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger dan said...

Thanks for ctrl+b and bookmarks bar improvements (lines). Maybe one day it will be unnecessary to hide it.

10:45 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Mark said...

Does this mean Chrome 5 is going stable soon? If so I support the decision to hold back the UI changes, I liked them but they did need some work before they could be released.

With all the whining from the Dev channel I dread to imagine the reaction if they'd gone stable!

11:59 AM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Juan Carlos said...

The bookmark shortcut Ctrl + B rocks!

1:58 PM, April 23, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a lot of whining about the interface changes! The grey on a blue window looked very classy, and the http truncating makes sense and will probably disappear in all browsers before long. Who needs it, as long as secure sites are flagged as such?

Roll on v6 with the new changes restored again. Looking forward to it (just wish the sheep would stay quiet in their pens).

2:05 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Szabolcs said...

The UI changes in the last release were great. I'm really disappointed that they have been reverted.

I really loved the more pleasant blue background with the grey toolbar, the star on right, the new tab animation ...

It doesn't matter exactly what kind of visual changes you make, you'll always get scores of angry comments for it. That doesn't mean that people don't like the changes. We just won't jump for the comment box immediately...

2:25 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Charly NET said...

Oh, I forgot that the changes only apply for the Windows and Mac version, the Linux still have the last UI changes, great!!! :D

3:16 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger 8ball said...

Thanks for Ctrl+B, Love it.

keep it, and keep it up ;)

3:49 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger LG said...

Is there any way that I can get the http:// concatonation/removal, gray theme, and bookmarks star on the right back? I really, really liked them. :(

4:26 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Greg said...

You can wait a week for the next release. Read the other comments.

5:20 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Charly NET said...

Hi @LG

In middle of comment, a user called @pkasting says that the changes will be back in the Chrome 6 version in just a few weeks :)

And while that happens, the Linux version still has the last UI changes that were removed from this version :P

I'm a linux user in my home (and Windows user in my work), so I'm very happy because I still have them in linux version :)

5:24 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Meok said...

I must say that I'm surprised all of this discussion has come out of the default theme color. I thought the whole idea of creating the theming system was so people could choose whatever they want the browser to look like, instead of griping about the default theme. I don't see why Google doesn't just release the new grey theme and let people choose it from the gallery without destroying the familiarity of the UI. That's how Firefox got into the sorry state it's in now. They built an extension system but still kept making changes to the default UI instead of just giving people extensions.

5:36 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Bryan said...

Please remove the padding added to the bookmar bar. It doesn't seem like a lot, but for people who have a lot of bookmark bar items, that extra padding adds up to the point that they don't fit on a 1920x1080 res. screen. Or at the very least allow the ability to manually disable it by choice.

6:46 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger vicky77 said...

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8:59 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger vicky77 said...

Bookmarks already added can be added again in this version. I hope it would be fixed soon enough.

9:00 PM, April 23, 2010  
Blogger Greg A. said...

I really hate that the flash plugin keeps getting re-enabled without my consent. I could almost understand it when a new (variant) plugin was installed, but the enable state should never be changed for any previously installed plugin.

11:55 PM, April 23, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LG said...
Is there any way that I can get the http:// concatonation/removal, gray theme, and bookmarks star on the right back? I really, really liked them. :(

@LG, just do as I have, and download 5.0.375.3 from

There are no great advantages I can see in 5.0.375.17, so I'll stick with .3 until they re-fix the interface in v6.

12:12 AM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger Li, Quanjia said...

blue is great

12:44 AM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger Radek said...

I don't like this new release. It has old new tab animation, http:// is back, it's blue again and bookmarks star is back to left. Why Chrome retreats in newest build? 5.0.375.9 was the best, please make it like 5 days ago : /

12:45 AM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger Peter said...

well, in case you take http:// away AGAIN for your unconsidered stupid reasons (no programmer i know agrees with that including me), i'll put all my efforts to create a binary or a plugin if possible to put it back where it belongs. and that's a threat :]

1:55 AM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger marius said...

why did you do that :(
i liked all changes from that build befor.. especially the grey ui, the bookmark star on the right side and so on...!

3:13 AM, April 24, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Peter said...
well, in case you take http:// away AGAIN for your unconsidered stupid reasons (no programmer i know agrees with that including me), i'll put all my efforts to create a binary or a plugin if possible to put it back where it belongs. and that's a threat

@Peter, you think only programmers are right and 'in the know'? As a professional programmer and web developer I disagree strongly, and am pretty sure other browsers will soon follow suit. Also, I doubt Google will give a fig about any plugin you create.

Roll on v6 with those advanced changes restored. Well done Google - you're leading the way.

4:50 AM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger danijel2006 said...

please roll back globe (hidden http) and star right... it was much better... I am web programmer and designer... I think last version was much much better in design

5:40 AM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger danijel2006 said...

animated new tabs... color...icons... http truncation... why did you reverted :( ???? last version was better

Since there are different opinions about the design ... Can you put the above features as elements of themes?

5:50 AM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger Peťoš said...

>http:// truncation
Could you set this feature set-up-able? I really like it - copying links in Linux via mark and middle mouse button is greate feature, but it is not so greate, if protocol missing...

2:37 PM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger REO said...

Simple question:

Why are there (7) different QuickTime Plug-ins enabled in the Chrome Dev Build?

Just curious? :)

6:04 PM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger Berkay said...


Because there are 7 different QT plugins each responsible for different multimedia formats. Images, audio&video embedded on websites. You can toggle Details to see which formats they support.

6:15 PM, April 24, 2010  
Blogger Justin said...

once again, if everyone would read... you would see that this is just temporary. jeez people, really! if you look at the latest trunk build, everything is back to the previous build.

8:50 AM, April 25, 2010  
Blogger Avinash Agrawal said...

Switch "--App-launcher-new-tab" is not working

2:04 PM, April 25, 2010  
Blogger Darryl Hamilton said...

For those of us that can't let go of the past (like me), you can bring back the removal of 'http' from the omnibox IF you give us an option to turn it on again. That's all.

3:19 PM, April 25, 2010  
Blogger NerdmastaX said...

i liked the tab animation but im glad you brought back the ability to drag the star to the bookmarks bar. that seriously pissed me off when i found out you couldnt drag the star anymore.. but thanks again for restoring normal usabilty

1:53 AM, April 26, 2010  
Blogger danijel2006 said...

@nerdmastaX ... you could drag globe to bookmarks.... big differnce!!!

3:21 AM, April 26, 2010  
Blogger Li, Quanjia said...

please add html 5 mp3, wav file support. buildin as many codecs as you can

5:41 AM, April 26, 2010  
Blogger Martin Bartlett said...

chrome.tabs.create({url: "http://...", selected: false}) from a browser action no longer leaves the pop-up open and focuses the new tab regardless: reported here.

6:34 AM, April 26, 2010  
Blogger Senthil Kumar said...

Its always better to provide an option to enable/disable each and every UI feature of Chrome. People have different tastes.!

8:11 AM, April 26, 2010  
Blogger //SUBLIMITY said...

im experiencing flash problems in this latest version. Embedded youtube videos will fail to load.

6:48 PM, April 26, 2010  
Blogger Victor Hooi said...


I have to agree with a lot of others, I actually liked the http:// concatenation/removal, the gray theme, and the bookmark star o nthe right.

It's kinda funny, people who *don't* like things tend to complain more, which is why we got all this noise on the previous thread, whereas people like me who actually liked it didn't come out and have a rant...

And seriously guys, it's Google project, ok. It might be open-source, but they are providing most of the grunt-work. So if they want to make the interface in a certain way, that their perogative. And there's nothing stopping you from forking it, of course or making a plugin, lol, but good luck to you.

Anyhow, it's a nice build for me, I just wish those interface tweaks were back in, but meh, we'll see what happens.

I did notice that Google Docs isn't working for me, for some strange reason (new version). When I try to create a new document, all the menu/toolbars are greyed out, and the "Enter" key doesn't work.

And for some reason, the @ and " key are switched inside of Chrome. Very weird. (They work fine everywhere else).


7:24 PM, April 26, 2010  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


6:11 AM, April 27, 2010  
Blogger REO said...

Dev Update: 5.0.375.23 dev

But no blog update.

So what was addressed and fixed?

3:25 PM, April 27, 2010  
Blogger nhnl said...

log of all revision (from 5.0.375.17 to 5.0.375.23)

3:45 PM, April 27, 2010  
Blogger Li, Quanjia said...

why not add thumbnail customization features, such as quantity, 4x4, 3x3, or 4x5, etc

3:56 AM, April 28, 2010  
Blogger m. terzioğlu said...

Minor request;
New command-line: "--disable-spellchecker"

10:43 AM, April 28, 2010  
Blogger Chris Jones said...

I'm thrilled to hear that we're about to be moving to the m6 cycle. The very important print preview feature is flagged to be addressed in this milestone. I've been antsy about not having a print preview after 5 major releases, so it's about time.

5:40 PM, April 29, 2010  
Blogger jacpra said...

Using chrome linux v.5.0.376.0
no more problems with flash,
bookmarking is done with one click,
Fantastic extensions,
Try the extensions for video stations worldwide, etc

I love the chrome-browser , it is compact,ingeniously designed and mantained, and the fastest linux browser ever.

Am waiting for the next update !!!!
greetings from Austria

6:37 AM, April 30, 2010  
Blogger Bram said...

Bookmark bar icons aren't completely visible with Ubuntu 10.04 ... Please fix it, it's really annoying.

9:52 AM, April 30, 2010  
Blogger REO said...

Another update: 5.0.375.28

But no blog update of changes.

4:43 PM, April 30, 2010  
Blogger ds.master said...

Please add the attachment window as it is in windows 7.

5:23 PM, May 01, 2010  
Blogger Justin said...

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10:33 AM, May 02, 2010  
Blogger Justin said...

glad to see always show bookmark bar goes back to ctrl shift b :) now bookmark manager needs to be ctrl b and extension ctrl e

10:42 AM, May 02, 2010  
Blogger The MAZZTer said...

Justin: Ctrl+B is used by some WYSIWYG editors for bold text, hence the reason behind the change. If they did it again Ctrl+B would remain unbound to any UI feature.

To those that have various theme preferences, you can find themes in the Chrome Extension Gallery. Check it out, there are silver and blue and lots of other colors. Some support Aero Glass too if that's your thing.

6:42 AM, May 03, 2010  
Blogger Jens Petersen said...

Current dev channel is 5.0.375.29: just bugfixes?

6:28 PM, May 03, 2010  
Blogger REO said...

Wish I knew what was being fixed?

6:35 PM, May 03, 2010  
Blogger Nil said...

No informations of version 29 ?

2:13 AM, May 04, 2010  
Blogger nhnl said...

svn log of all revision (from 5.0.375.23 to 5.0.375.28)
svn log of all revision (from 5.0.375.28 to 5.0.375.29)

4:10 AM, May 04, 2010  
Blogger Cakalaky said...

Update 5.0.375.29, I no longer have check boxes in GMail or any other website.

Windows XP SP3

Works fine in IE8.

7:04 AM, May 04, 2010  
Blogger Fabio_Rulez said...

@cakalaky: if you are using classic theme then you probably are affected by longstanding issue:

7:21 AM, May 04, 2010  
Blogger REO said...

If 5.0.375.29 has been released to the Chrome Beta Channel, is the Dev channel now going too Version 6.0?

2:01 PM, May 04, 2010  
Blogger Leonard said...

I am having problems with the new tabbed bookmark manager in 5.0.375.29.
The manager opens in a tab, but when you click on a bookmark the site opens both in the bookmark manager tab and a new tab. The bookmark manager is lost. I have to open a bookmark in a new tab in order to preserve the manager. VERY ANNOYING.

10:03 AM, May 05, 2010  
Blogger Fabio_Rulez said...

@Leonard: that happens if you double click on the link! Instead double click on the row of the link, but not on the link (i.e. in the far right of the page) you will open in this way the link in another tab. another option is ctrl+click on the link to open the page in the background in another tab

3:03 PM, May 05, 2010  
Blogger meadowlands1937 said...

Thanks. Slightly strange, but it works.

3:56 PM, May 05, 2010  
Blogger REO said...

Now that Dev = Beta versions, when will Dev move in the Version 6 level?

10:05 AM, May 06, 2010  

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