Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Dev Channel Update for Chromebooks

The Dev channel has been updated to 17.0.963.6 (Platform versions: 1412.18.0) for Chromebooks (Acer AC700, Samsung Series 5 , and Cr-48).  This release contains stability and feature improvement.

If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our help site or filing a bug. You can also submit feedback using "Report an issue" under the wrench icon. Interested in switching to the Dev channel? Find out how.

Orit Mazor
Google Chrome

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17 Comments:

Blogger Jor said...

Windows Chrome Dev users also got this update, but each time I reopen the browser, it loads the pages I had open from the last session even though I have it configured to open only a blank page on startup. I have the Session Buddy extension installed and saving my last 10 sessions automatically if that matters. This did not happen to me with the .2 release, I believe.

7:57 PM, December 13, 2011  
Blogger Looker said...

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1:03 AM, December 14, 2011  
Blogger Looker said...

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1:08 AM, December 14, 2011  
Blogger googlele said...

@ Jor

I have the same proplem in all versions after 17.0.963.x to 18.0.970.1 canary

1:12 AM, December 14, 2011  
Blogger Looker said...

I have no such problems in Windows Dev. Session Buddy inactive ;)
But there were problems with gif transparency.

1:12 AM, December 14, 2011  
Blogger Looker said...

upd: ...when pages renders on GPU

1:18 AM, December 14, 2011  
Blogger googlele said...

@ Jor

I have the same proplem in all versions after 17.0.963.x to 18.0.970.1 canary.

upd: Win7 64Bit

2:02 AM, December 14, 2011  
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4:33 AM, December 14, 2011  
Blogger googlele said...

@ Jor

I have the same proplem in all versions after 17.0.963.x to 18.0.970.1 canary.

upd: Win7 64Bit

upd: It works again on 18.0.971.0 canary.

10:11 AM, December 14, 2011  
Blogger Kemisti said...

I have the same problem as "googlele". In fact, it's quite an annoying bug. Makes me realize how much I actually love the tab page, haha. Windwos 7 x64 here.

10:35 AM, December 14, 2011  
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11:04 AM, December 14, 2011  
Blogger net.cat said...

I got the bug of the re-opening of the previous tabs that Jor mentioned. I figured out that after chrome is closed if I remove the files "current session" and "current tab" the problem is fixed! now ... how to do it automatically everytime while waiting for an official solution? I propose a batch file ;)

3:15 PM, December 14, 2011  
Blogger Alex said...

All downloads save as a .png file, and right clicking in the file manager doesn't do anything other than show the browser right-click menu, and therefore I can't rename it to show the correct file type.

3:30 AM, December 15, 2011  
Blogger W.G. said...

Not happy about the removal of three finger gestures :(
I use it a lot for opening background tabs, pasting, etc...
Hope it returns in R18, my Chromebook feels odd without it.


P.S. This blog post is for Chrome OS, all you other people
Are cluttering it up with issues that don't pertain to it....

4:46 AM, December 15, 2011  
Blogger dub said...

What happened to the three finger gesture? This is a necessity for opening links in a new tab! Please, please bring this back!!!

7:42 AM, December 15, 2011  
Blogger Shaughn said...

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12:26 AM, December 16, 2011  
Blogger Simon said...

Facebook chat doesn't load for me in "normal" mode- odd.
I've disabled all my extensions, but FB Chat isn't showing up.

Windows 7, dev build.

The issue isnt' present on my XP machines, or on incognito, and my other FB account in another Chrome profile works fine.

I've cleared the cache!

5:56 PM, December 26, 2011  

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