Monday, July 9, 2012

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 22.0.1201.0 for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame.  This build has an update version of V8 (3.12.9.0) along with the following changes in the svn log.


Please note, on Mac we now require 10.6 or higher, and this release will not be available if you are on 10.5 or lower.  


You can find out how to change to the Dev channel, or any channel, on chromium.org.  If you find a new issue with this release, please shoot us a bug report.

Jason Kersey
Google Chrome

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33 Comments:

Blogger REO said...

Upward & Onward...

5:18 PM, July 09, 2012  
Blogger Deric said...

the favicons are now back to their original piece of paper logo (please no).

and in the omni bar favicons that should have a custom favicon or a favicon reflecting the site is just the piece of paper.

8:37 PM, July 09, 2012  
Blogger macioh said...

and still no color management.. 143 bug FTW ;-)

11:35 PM, July 09, 2012  
Blogger Kurtextrem said...

In this release a lot of icon work has been done :o

11:40 PM, July 09, 2012  
Blogger Unknown said...

I have two Mac OS X boxes (one 10.7 and one 10.6) and neither show this update as available... both show "Version 21.0.1180.15 dev" and indicate Chrome is up to date. Did this update get pulled for some reason?

4:16 AM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger Paul McBride said...

Unfortunately...still having java applet problems... http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=132960

5:09 AM, July 10, 2012  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hope it will work better

5:55 AM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger kaptainkielbasa said...

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6:15 AM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger kaptainkielbasa said...

This is the first DEV release in a long time that I uninstalled and reverted back to the last... most extensions weren't working. Yes, I know it is a DEV release, but too many things weren't working.

6:16 AM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger Malamo999 said...

Did the font change?

6:59 AM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger Josep Bel said...

Angry Words issues. The game (html5 in Facebook) is not loading. Instead, only a grey screen.
Sorry for my poor english.

9:48 AM, July 10, 2012  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This release is pretty broken (Mac):
- html webworker crashes on docs.google.com
- pinterest does not display correctly
- reader.google.com does not load at all
- favicons

9:51 AM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger fooker said...

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10:53 AM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger fooker said...

there is another bug. when you insert removable media such as SD card. Probably an unimplemented native file system explorer.

http://i45.tinypic.com/2ypf4n5.jpg

10:59 AM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger TerrenceJ said...

Google Maps seems pretty screwed up with this release. Zooming out of the default zoom level causes bizarre visual artifacts.

11:58 AM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger Terence Tse said...

A blank page is shown when visiting Chrome Web Store.

8:21 PM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger . said...

A setting to enable basic color management (to use a specific .icc profile) in Chromium/Chrome would be highly appreciated by many.

11:58 PM, July 10, 2012  
Blogger Jay Chauhan said...

Had to go back to previous version as extensions are not working and crashing on this new dev version.

4:19 AM, July 11, 2012  
Blogger Josep Bel said...

DISQUS issues...

10:34 PM, July 11, 2012  
Blogger seby said...

Statigram is not working after this update, and crashes when clicked on Chrome Webstore.

11:37 PM, July 11, 2012  
Blogger Perry said...

I run Gmail as an app, and when I click on a message in my Inbox, the URL briefly flashes at the top of the window.

11:59 PM, July 11, 2012  
Blogger Perry said...

For the last several updates on Chrome, the pepper flash has been enabled by default. This is all fine and dandy, but pepper flash does not work on CNN videos. More precisely, if you play a video on CNN, the video ends up zoomed in and there are no controls at the bottom.

12:41 AM, July 12, 2012  
Blogger Ron on the Right said...

This dev release has caused problems with my Chrome GMail app. When I try to log in, the system appears to freeze, but if I close the window and click on the app again, it opens directly into my Gmail inbox. This happens when I try to log into my Google Apps GMail accounts as well.

6:04 AM, July 12, 2012  
Blogger . said...

It seems eBay's buttons are broken as well. When you try to delete an item in your "Watch list" for instance, it won't let you. Previous versions worked fine.

Latest Chrome build on Linux x86-64.

6:13 AM, July 12, 2012  
Blogger BlueRock said...

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7:04 AM, July 12, 2012  
Blogger David Carson said...

I can't get Disqus comments to display on some websites - e.g. http://www.independent.co.uk/environment/climate-change/study-forecasts-global-increase-in-freak-weather-7932515.html

I've tried clearing cache, cookies, etc. I've tried creating new profile with no extensions, etc. but still Disqus comments do not ddisplay.

Chrome bug?

7:08 AM, July 12, 2012  
Blogger fooker said...

@David Carson i think 22.0.1201.0 dev-m
version has broken the Disqus and facebook commenting system.



The recent random oddities in the dev channel releases makes me think that "rouge" Mountain View Google workers are deliberately adding phantom bugs to new dev versions and informing their friends so they get the $20,000 bounties...

April 23 2012...
http://www.zdnet.com/blog/security/google-quintuples-maximum-bug-bounty-to-20000/11698

12:12 PM, July 12, 2012  
Blogger Jason said...

DISQUS is broken (as mentioned above).

I switched to the chrome dev channel a couple months ago JUST to get early tab sync'ing, but now that that's no longer only a dev feature, I've "downgraded" to the beta channel (linux client), and everything's working fine with my dev ~/.config/google-chrome. Only small hitch was that I lost my previous browser session.

See ya dev channel.

10:06 PM, July 12, 2012  
Blogger Perry said...

Klout.com is broken. Main content area won't display.
ESPN.com scores section of their main page does not work.

2:01 AM, July 13, 2012  
Blogger David Carson said...

Thanks for confirmation re. broken Disqus comments. I'll stick it out a bit longer and downgrade to beta if it remains unfixed.

@fooker - lol - a good conspiracy theory!!

7:01 AM, July 13, 2012  
Blogger Ryan said...

espn scores at the top are broken, espn videos won't load, aol home age main stories won't scroll to next story, a lot of videos on many sites won't play all since the newest dev upgrade. Also, espn radio won't load.

7:01 PM, July 15, 2012  
Blogger macewan said...

Klout doesn't display in Chrome on Windows 7 or Mac OS X Lion.

11:44 AM, July 16, 2012  
Blogger Jebril said...

Release broke Java for me. :\ Which I didn't realize a lot of things on the internet use lol. You guys are lucky I updated my Java plugin the same exact time too, I thought it was the Java update until I tested out Firefox and an older version of Chrome.

11:05 PM, July 16, 2012  

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