Monday, June 13, 2011

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 13.0.782.20 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame.  This release contains a number of stability fixes and we put hardware accelerated Canvas 2D back behind a flag.

The full list of changes is available in the SVN revision log.  Interested in switching to the Dev channel?  Find out how.  If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome

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Blogger Ultra9k said...

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6:39 PM, June 13, 2011  
Blogger REO said...

Thanks again, Google Dev Team! :)

7:57 PM, June 13, 2011  
Blogger Mattjsrules said...

I usually only have a few tabs open, and every few minutes ALL OF THE TABS CRASH! This has been happening for the past five or six dev channel releases! PLEASE fix this! =(

8:51 PM, June 13, 2011  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

still no compact navigation for mac users.

8:55 PM, June 13, 2011  
Blogger laforge@chromium said...

@Mattjsrules - If you have crash reporting turned on, please go to about:crashes in the url bar and file a couple bugs for the crashes you are seeing (if you ping them back as a comment on the release notes I promise that I'll take a look).

9:53 PM, June 13, 2011  
Blogger laforge@chromium said...

The team is re-evaluating the design of compact navigation, it's state is currently TBD (for Windows and all other platforms).

9:54 PM, June 13, 2011  
Blogger Mattjsrules said...

@laforge@chromium The whole browser doesn't crash, all of the tabs crash and display the "Aw, Snap!" message. Is there information about those type of crashes?

12:42 AM, June 14, 2011  
Blogger João Paulo said...

more more more updates ;D

2:17 AM, June 14, 2011  
Blogger Kurtextrem said...

When comes Chrome 14? =D

4:30 AM, June 14, 2011  
Blogger Avinash Agrawal said...

On windows 7:
facebook.com does not load anything except blue borders, even with all chrome extensions disabled. But opening facebook.com in a new incognito window, works fine.

Please fix these

8:15 AM, June 14, 2011  
Blogger laforge@chromium said...

@Mattjsrules, yes.

9:13 AM, June 14, 2011  
Blogger Mattjsrules said...

@laforge@chromium No information pops up about the "Aw Snap!" crashes in about:crashes or chrome:crashes. I have crash reporting enabled.

10:37 AM, June 14, 2011  
Blogger Andrea said...

Update flash: 10.3.181.26 14/06/2011 thanks

11:43 AM, June 14, 2011  
Blogger REO said...

I just LOVE everyone who posts here about their problems, yet NEVER mention the platform they are working from.

Like calling the Fire Department for a FIRE and not giving an address.

Not very helpful to the Google Dev Team.

Win Vista/32 bit - running just fine! :)

12:48 PM, June 14, 2011  
Blogger laforge@chromium said...

@Mattjsrules, as a backup, this page documents how to pull out the crash dumps/ report ids (all I need is a report id):

http://www.chromium.org/for-testers/bug-reporting-guidelines/reporting-crash-bug

1:15 PM, June 14, 2011  
Blogger Mattjsrules said...

@laforge@chromium The last one it shows in event viewer on my Windows 7 64-Bit computer is from May 16th, 2011. It doesn't seem like it has been storing the recent crashes... =(

4:40 PM, June 14, 2011  
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9:58 PM, June 14, 2011  

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