Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Beta Channel Update



The Beta channel has been updated to 15.0.874.51 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and ChromeFrame platforms

All
  • Updated V8 - 3.5.10.13
  • Several crash fixes (including 96727, 93314, 97165, 96282)
  • Intranet URLs don't inline autocomplete (Issue 94805)
  • The New Tab Page bookmark pane has been reverted to the detached bar pending future improvements to the pane version. Thanks for all the feedback! (Issue: 92609)
  • Only show NTP4 info bubble for upgrading users (Issue 97103)
  • Sync not enforcing server legal bookmark names when migrating to new specifics (Issue 96623)
Windows
  • Fixed wrench menu bottom border truncated in Win 7 32-bit (Issue: 96505)
Linux
  • Native Client startup fixed for 32-bit Linux (Issue 92964)
  • Fixed fetching proxy settings on Gnome 3 systems when glib2-dev package is not installed (Issue 91744)

More details about additional changes are available in the svn: log of all revisions.

You can find out about getting on the Beta 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


Karen Grunberg
Google Chrome

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8 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I liked the NTP Bookmarks pane, how it looked and whatnot -- but it was poorly executed.

Not all bookmarks were shown, so it required lots of clicking around (more than usual), all those white boxes, and the hard to find way of going "up" a folder.

IE9's new tab page is nice in terms of looks and design. Why not copy it for bookmarks? But please show all bookmarks.

4:22 PM, September 27, 2011  
Blogger William said...

Nice, I wish every blog post was this detailed.

6:21 PM, September 27, 2011  
Blogger Jim said...

Ok this is absurd. Yes the new bookmark bar was terrible and so is the new tab page. Bring back the recent history links. Good idea, terrible execution. The most useful information always needs to be on the first page including recent history and previously closed tabs. Best feature when opening chrome was to reopen everything you closed before (multiple tabs) and anything that you had perviously been on without having to click anything else. Now you need to click another button just to see the list. One click is better than multiple. Revert everything

7:15 PM, September 27, 2011  
Blogger Guide Webmaster said...

I used the previously closed tabs quite a lot actually. Will revert to stable Chrome to continue doing so for a while. However I think you are heading the right way. The previous New Tab page in beta was too compact. Also the New Tab page fits better with themes than the previous one imho.

3:49 PM, September 28, 2011  
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3:56 PM, September 28, 2011  
Blogger Spammer said...

Since last night (this update) search results in Google cannot be opened in a new window when instant is turned off in search settings. If instant is turned on search results do open in a new window. Problem does not occur in IE 8 or IE 9 or Firefox.

I tested it with Windows XP.

4:09 AM, September 29, 2011  
Blogger CPUK Admin said...

I used the Bookmarks Pane a lot while it was out, and would like to re-enable it, can we have it back please?

8:04 AM, September 29, 2011  
Blogger xela said...

can there be an option to close down everything on the new tab page like before please ? it's less distracting to work when tumblr/lj/app games aren't seductively splashed all over the screen ^^ thank you

9:58 AM, September 29, 2011  

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