Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 24.0.1305.3  for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame.  This build contains following updates:


  • Updated V8 -
  • Bookmarks are now searched by their title while typing into the omnibox with matching bookmarks being shown in the autocomplete suggestions pop-down list. Matching is done by prefix. Example: if there is a bookmark with a title of “Doglettes & Catlettes” typing any of the following into the omnibox will likely present the bookmark as a suggestion:: “dog”, “cat”, “cat dog”, “dog cat”, “dogle”, etc. Typing “ogle” or “lettes” will not match.
  • Fixed issues 155871, 154173, 155133.


Full details about what changes are in this build are available in the SVN revision log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Dharani Govindan
Google Chrome



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm on the beta channel but I'm looking forward to the improvements coming to how Chrome handles bookmarks typed in the Omnibox.

I HATE how Chrome won't suggest a bookmark because it hasn't been visited! Since the site is bookmarked, Chrome shouldn't wait until I visit it (again) to suggested it -- it's a bookmark for a reason.

Bookmarks in an area where Chrome really needs to improve things. Lack of dedicated bookmarks button, bookmarks are buried under a sub-menu unless the bookmarks bar is displayed or a user has to do many clicks just to open a bookmark.

12:25 PM, October 24, 2012  
Blogger Pandas said...

Removing the uninstaller from the Start menu is a terrible idea. I don't care what Microsoft says. It's a million times easier to remove unwanted programs by clicking on the uninstall link than hunting through the remove programs control panel. Please think of the users.

8:21 AM, October 25, 2012  
Blogger actressscandals said...

I totally agree with Pandas.User easiness should be the prime concern rather than caring for Microsoft wishes.

8:19 AM, October 26, 2012  

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