Big conratulations to miaubiz for winning another 7000 bucks!
I have no problem with you announcing all these awards, but surely you know that some of us are wondering what this Chrome 20 that just landed on our computers is?There doesn't appear to be a word here, on chrome.blogspot, or on chrome plus page, about this new release (other then all the security awards).
Congrats to Chrome team. Glad to see the upgrade before the IO..
Dear Tom, "Chrome" with any number is an internet browser, currently the #1 browser in the world, produced by Google. "Chrome 20" is the 20th "major edition" of Chrome. Every new edition fixes known problems of the previous ones, especially the security issues that you dislike so much.
best thing: linux x64 now with flashplayer !!! THX google!
Congrats! Google Chrome is not TEENAGER any more! :) Welcome to 20!
Hey! Whats new in Google Chrome 20? Except for security fixes…
Hey +Google Chrome Developer/Support what is this? And why? German user have problems with the "& nbsp;" - Hope you will fix it soon :) - #Chrome #Bug #css #developer #break http://www.screenr.com/evl8
On Windows 8 RP works bad - UI sometimes freezes, settings button dont work..( I can open settings only by chrome://chrome, however, half a day before this version worked fine
Is this just a bug, security and stabilisation release, not noticing any new features.
For those wondering about changes other than security, the NTP button and omnibox shape are new. I do not know what else, but I like those changes.
... and the main button animations.
Apparently this is really just a bug fix and under-the-hood release.Which sounds good to me. God knows that Android needs one of those!
Wtf all my pinned sites from the new tab page are gone!? And now I cant rearrange them OR even pin them anymore!I am typically I fan of change, however when you remove necessary features then I DO NOT like that.
Congratulations to the programmers who mad this release possible. I can imagine the hours put in doing so.I once saw a sign in an Engineering office..it read "We love deadlines..its the sound they make as they swoosh by!!
@Mac M: The ability to pin and rearrange Most-Visited sites was removed several iterations ago. Now, the list is only based on visits (which I think makes sense...).
@Cody: I just don't get why add a feature then remove it?
I also don't like the new way of now the Most-visited works. I liked being able to have them in the order I wanted and not moving around based on my visits.I also liked being able to pin them and was okay with that change due to still being able to have the sites I wanted in the order I wanted them.
I cannot finish a download operation and a red warning information say: Cannot save due to insufficient permissions
I hate the "Show Advanced Settings" option. Just show the "advanced settings" and don't waste our time clicking on something stupid.
Felicitaciones de parte de la Comunidad de programadores Joomla de la Ciudad de Corrientes Argentina
Almost impossible to use under linux(Arch) x64. Scrolling, inpunt etc - everything is like a slideshow
When is Google going to fix the automatic download vulnerability? Currently any site can save an EXE on your computer without you even knowing about it. This issue has been around since ver. 1. Google should really fix this problem.
Okay, the problem was in Shockwave Flash 11.3 r3126.96.36.199/opt/google/chrome/PepperFlash/libpepflashplayer.soafter turning pepper flash off - everything back to normal
Has anyone tried the Linux x32 version? Seems not to work at all for many people on multiple distros, including my own (Kubuntu 10.04).
Oh, hey, look at that! The problem with x32 is the same as with Artem's problem with x64, only with different results.
google-chrome-stable 20.0.1132.43 does not start in Debian Stable 6.0.5.
This release should be no more than 19.1.1132.43. There's nothing new to make it a 20.0.1132.43. I don't remember seeing that 0 being used, ever, this release should (have) change(d) that. I mean, a major fix is just that: a major fix, something that shouldn't have happened anyway; you might as well skip a few numbers, and go to version 26 and say, "Oops, I forgot to un-comment a line before compiling, but now I did and it turned out to be a good release."I hope I'll remember this comment in a few years from now, when Chrome's version will be longer than an IPv6 address :))
If anyone wonders about the versioning of Chrome, I have a "solution" to understand it :)Simply divide the actual version by 10. So they have just reached version 2.0 :)
keep getting " aw, snap! " after the update, I have imgur, ad block, HD youtube and tinyeye extensions installed. reloading the pages doesn't help.. it was working fine before the update
I don't understand how some of you people still don't understand that Chrome doesn't follow the traditional release schema.There's a new major version number bump every 1-2 months no matter how many new features there is. This is just a way to rapidly develop software. And taken how Chrome, as of May, has third of the worldwide browser market according to StatCounter, it seems to be working.Even firefox started to follow the same logic, but they really do have some new stuff to share upon every release. This doesn't necessarily mean that Chrome doesn't. Just have a look at the SVN log. There's _tons_ of smaller changes that _together_ make that newer version: http://build.chromium.org/f/chromium/perf/dashboard/ui/changelog.html?url=/trunk/src&range=129376:135598&mode=html
It seems like google fixed the session bug in v20. in v19 session variables were not automatically deleted when browser window closed. But with v20 it works fine. I switched to firefox in that period for do my PHP project. Now I can switch back to loving chrome
Hi, there is a layout bug after updating to 20.0.1132.47. Check that out at www.uploadstation.com the "browser" is shifted after resize of the browser. any idea ?? thanks
it should be the "Browse" button
Chrome is secure and that's the only reason I'm still using it. IMO, Chrome is getting like Firefox was a few years ago...bloated and slow. I'm using Firefox a lot more. Also, anyone else having problems loading in CNBC sites with Chrome? Sometimes they load, most times they don't.
If anyone has Google Chrome not starting after upgrading from 19 to 20 (if Chrome 19 was okay) this receipt will be useful. It really helped me on Debian Squeeze. Here it is:http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-software-2/google-chrome-20-0-doesnt-work-in-debian-squeeze-4175414080/PepperFlash doesn't work on my system. Probably this plugin is too raw and buggy.
I'm so ticked!!! Chrome used to work with everything, now no games on FB work in Chrome - works in IE just fine. Many pages are not displaying certain area's of the site since the update, as well as many many other problems that I keep running into. I feel as if my wonderful go to chrome browser has failed me and am going to be uninstalling it from all the computers in my home today - I really don't want to backdate the program if there were security issues. But now with Nothing but issues with every computer with Chrome and when I rely on it for my business it sucks. *sigh* Microsoft wins again....
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