Friday, August 6, 2010

Dev Channel Update

The Chrome Dev Channel has been updated to 6.0.472.25 for all platforms. It includes the following changes:
All
  • UI Updates
  • Stability Fixes
    Windows
    • (Issue 50577) Launching Chrome after installing may not work correctly if other browsers are running and set as default
    Known Issues
    • (Issue 51187) Drag and Drop of large file may result in crash
    • (Issue 51325) Home button on Linux has no image


    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

    Jason Kersey
    Google Chrome

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    28 Comments:

    Blogger REO said...

    Thanks Google Dev Team! :)

    3:56 PM, August 06, 2010  
    Blogger SHAWN said...

    No home button showing in the toolbar when enabled. Just a sliver of white when doing mouse-over. The sliver of white does perform a 'home' function.

    6.0.472.25 using Linux 10.04

    4:03 PM, August 06, 2010  
    Blogger Justin said...

    For the bookmarks bar, the dropdown list for the extra bookmarks is too wide. I would appreciate something skinnier.

    I'm using Windows vista

    5:44 PM, August 06, 2010  
    Blogger Garv said...

    Refresh button is obviously fixed, but you made the buttons smaller (thus slower/harder to click) and less distinguishable.

    Odd choice of UI updates. Make the buttons as large as they were before, and add some separator as a way to quickly tell between buttons.

    Thanks, and please! :)

    7:12 PM, August 06, 2010  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    成熟,就是有能力適應生活中的模糊。............................................................

    8:32 PM, August 06, 2010  
    Blogger Oleh said...

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    10:35 PM, August 06, 2010  
    Blogger Oleh said...

    Still having trouble with omnibox icon "Earth" and "Bookmark this page" icon in non-GTK themes.
    Ubuntu 10.04.

    10:38 PM, August 06, 2010  
    Blogger Jason said...

    Linux version still has the graphical glitches mentioned in the comments for last release a few days ago, with the exception of search results in the "omnibox" now being readable/fixed/displaying as they should.

    And still missing that awesome PDF plugin. It was around for such a short time!

    10:52 PM, August 06, 2010  
    Blogger bt said...

    Is there any way to get rid of that extra space on top of the tabs? I like as much real estate as possible when viewing a web page. I know its only minimal gains but every pixel counts.

    Please!

    11:04 PM, August 06, 2010  
    Blogger Aisha said...

    Ubuntu 10.04/GNOME theme bugs in this build --

    GTK+ theme: Home button disappeared (is now a functioning sliver). The URL bar also increased in size while its font size shrunk:

    http://img29.imageshack.us/img29/6250/screenshot1fr.png

    Classic theme: A small horizontal line is present at the beginning and end of the URL bar:

    http://img832.imageshack.us/img832/5066/screenshot2au.png

    12:26 AM, August 07, 2010  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Google Chrome 6.0.472.25 Dev why not visualize pdf documents?

    4:34 AM, August 07, 2010  
    Blogger dmt said...

    @Aisha

    I dont have any of your problem you have describe.

    Win7 - 64

    6:13 AM, August 07, 2010  
    Blogger Ron said...

    @Aisha: same thing here on my Ubuntu box on all of the items you've mentioned for both GTK themes and the classic theme. Sort of stuck between two bad choices: GTK themes with their problems or the ugly classic theme with the goofed up icons in the omnibar...

    Life on the dev channel has been interesting this week, much moreso than has been the case the past few months.

    7:48 AM, August 07, 2010  
    Blogger Neo said...

    There is still a bug when viewing a folder of bookmarks in the bookmarks bar in full screen. Open a folder of bookmarks, hover over any bookmark in the folder, then from there move the mouse cursor over any other folder in the bookmarks bar. The list does not appear under its folder as it should but instead opens from the very top of the screen.

    So far I confirm this occurs in the Mac version of Chrome

    1:48 PM, August 07, 2010  
    Blogger Neo said...

    Visit a bookmark currently with a blank favicon. As the site is loading click a bookmarks folder on the bookmarks bar and keep the drop-down list open. The moment the actual favicon for the site loads and appears in its tab the drop-down list of bookmark folder just closes instantly. This bug has been present in Chrome as long I could remember when first using it back in 5.x, all channels of both Windows and Mac.

    3:48 PM, August 07, 2010  
    Blogger BoteRock said...

    in mac pressing command W doesnt close the tab the first time, but when pressing cmd W again it closes.
    same behavior with the little cross that closes the tab, first click doesnt work but second does.

    5:58 PM, August 07, 2010  
    Blogger BoteRock said...

    restarted chrome and the issue is gone :)
    dont know what might have caused it :S

    9:58 PM, August 07, 2010  
    Blogger jj said...

    please bring back --bookmark-menu

    10:33 PM, August 07, 2010  
    Blogger Neo said...

    Bookmarks show blank favicons the first time a bookmark folder in the bookmarks bar is open when Chrome is launched. Favicons are displayed correctly when the folder is opened a second time.

    12:28 AM, August 08, 2010  
    Blogger Ahmed Kamal said...

    gmail now hangs, causes cpu to go 100% every single time. All other sites work ok. I now use firefox for gmail only! Problem presists, even if I delete the complete user profile!

    11:31 PM, August 08, 2010  
    Blogger dmt said...

    On this update Chrome lost about 400 points in Peacekeeper browser benchmark ^^

    12:37 AM, August 09, 2010  
    Blogger Lohmar ASHAR said...

    acid3 test still renders wrong when accessing directly the link, but renders ok if going to acidtests.org and then going to acid3, but crashes again if hitting refresh (Win7 x86)

    1:03 AM, August 09, 2010  
    Blogger johnny said...

    Extension: Google Dictionary does not work with this build.

    8:55 PM, August 09, 2010  
    Blogger bajick said...

    A lot of styles and behaviors using CSS ang javascripts are not displayed well as expected in this browser. Is there any article that can point out how to fixed this? Thank you

    4:12 AM, August 10, 2010  
    Blogger Garv said...

    Coming back after updating my Linux version of Chrome:

    My Home button DOES show up, but there are dark grey lines behind all the icons in the omnibar. The text in the bar shows up fine, oddly enough.

    Running Chrome 6.0.472.25 with KDE on Arch Linux.

    4:41 PM, August 11, 2010  
    Blogger hamutalm said...

    PLZ bring back --bookmark-menu!!

    9:14 PM, August 11, 2010  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Seriously, i prefer if u would make the bookmark menu smaller like before. I don't like the fact that the menu is now too wide and taking up the browser spaces. It would be much better if u guys would somehow put in an option of showing only the icons of the bookmarked website like in IE. That feature is great overall, takes less space, but IE is just too slow and insecure so i had to give it up and get with Google Chrome. Please somehow get this feature in, it would be much better. And also, i prefer bigger icon buttons for the "Refresh", "Home", "Tools", basically the icons around the address bar. It's more visible when it's bigger.

    1:32 AM, August 12, 2010  
    Blogger ieti said...

    With this version i get again crashes while i try to open http://online.bulbank.bg/ It happens both with Linux(Debian Lenny) and Windows(WinXP SP3) versions. Chrome on Linux i use certificate i imported from firefox base, and for Windows version i use no certificate.

    Still both crash instantly when i try to open that page.

    1:54 AM, August 13, 2010  

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