Does this mean the Cr-48 has GSM hardware and can now be connected to T-Mobile or AT&T instead of Verizon? Or, does this mean Chrome OS now works on devices with GSM hardware (not the Cr-48)?
New Window Switcher UI? Is that the square button top right?
Seems that square button IS, in fact, te new window switcher UI. All it does is toggle another window if you have more than one window open. It does the same thing as the "next window" button on the keyboard, the one to the lext of the "reduce brightness" button.
Mention tap-to-click is disabled by default.
The new "Pepper" addition to flash player didn't help at all. I was getting ridiculously slow framerates on Flash games, so I disabled it and it worked again beautifully.
After doing a little research, I found you can open new windows by pressing ctrl + n , then you can either use the keyboard button to switch between windows or the top right button on the screen.
Two issues:1) The new Pepper platform for the Flash Player does not enable the webcam when using apps such as YouTube MyWebcam or imo (Skype).2) It appears the trackpad is working (or not working) as it did prior to the fix update they pushed a month ago.
Any more detail about GSM support update? I am living in Hong Kong and the previous hard-coded APN setting in the source code doesn't include my carrier. The feature still need to be enabled in developer mode? Any UI related to the feature updated too?
I'm having problems updating. It keeps crashing when I restart. Any thoughts?
really dislike this update, mostly because the webcam can't be seen by websites like Facebook, and the tap-to-click has been disabled (had to go back into settings to re-enable it.) Also, the software button for the switching windows is superfluous, because the hardware button does it faster. :(
I'm having some serious Wi-Fi problems. It's now taking over 2 minutes to load an average webpage. Normally it's instantaneous. What happened?
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