Monday, February 4, 2013

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 26.0.1403.0 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame. This build contains following updates:
  • Introduced a different variable icon for VPN (Issue: 172317
  • Enabled showing Google now notifications in Chrome (Issue: 164227
  • Implemented drag URL onto Home Button to set homepage (Issue: 152210
  • Enabled speech bubble for platform apps (Issue: 164382
  • Added UI to printing selection with print preview (Issue: 83098
  • Added backup URL support for safe browsing data requests (Issue: 155753
  • Added support for Chrome's identity API (Issue: 134213
  • Enabled showing a modal dialog (instead of a bubble) for one-click sign in confirmation window (Issue: 171330
  • Added search token to omnibox in Mac (Issue: 163190
  • Changed the gray omnibox suggest color to black (Issue: 172142
  • Fixed a crash in the DXVA decoder in Chrome (Issue: 171673
  • Fixed the hierarchy arrow for nested bookmark folders for Mac (Issue: 111101
  • Fixed showing of the profile picture in the uber tray when user clicks (Issue: 140961
  • Fixed bug causing tab favicon media indicator to not turn off (Issue: 171077
  • Fixed unintended first item selection when focusing using mouse (Issue: 172283
  • Hided action box while typing in an omnibox (Issue: 157232
  • Hided new Autofill UI when the user moves the window (Issue: 171673
  • Reverted the appearance of simple notifications (Issue: 172358
  • Disabled the "Open All in Incognito window" in Context menu for invalid urls (Issue: 106609
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.

Tanya Radeva
Google Chrome






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17 Comments:

Blogger joesixgig said...

Really appreciate the list of changes, thanks.

6:26 PM, February 04, 2013  
Blogger Tianxuan said...

Enabled showing Google now notifications in Chrome.

Windows 7 64bit

Chrome crash after click google now "settings" button.

8:10 PM, February 04, 2013  
Blogger Chris said...

How do you enable google now?

8:41 PM, February 04, 2013  
Blogger Sgt.Sausage said...

Yeah will have to wait till next week, clicking settings on the Chrome Notifications icon in the system tray crashes the browser.

8:57 PM, February 04, 2013  
Blogger iPodGamez said...

@Chris:
chrome://flags enable rich notifications

The bug where a highlighted menu option is faint still exists unfortunately. It becomes difficult to tell what menu item is being mousedover

9:36 PM, February 04, 2013  
Blogger Armin L. said...

@ipodgamez

"chrome://flags enable rich notifications"

I do not have enable rich notifications ounder myflags.

I have current dev channel installed, on mac

9:50 PM, February 04, 2013  
Blogger Tanya Radeva said...

Thank you for your feedback and reporting the issues - we will investigate and provide fixes.

Best regards,

Tanya

10:00 PM, February 04, 2013  
Blogger pureocean said...

Hello,

1) This build crashed with "--disable-sync" command-line.

2) Still cannot fixed spellcheck issue:
https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=166827

3) I don't use and want Spellcheck. Turn off spell check. Despite, Chrome downloading Dictionaries file to \Dictionaries folder. 9 mb! Even if it's disabled, why it's forced downloading?

4) About new diaglog style: Context background menu color is white. I don't like it. At least, add a command-line "disable-new-dialog-style".

I hope, Dev Team take notice of the comments.

Best regards...

10:43 PM, February 04, 2013  
Blogger Marcin Dzikowski said...

Chrome crash after click google now "settings" button.

12:41 AM, February 05, 2013  
Blogger dartdog said...

last two dev versions on my Chromebook keep saying cannot reach Google drive retry when using the file manager, clearing/ resetting and rebooting don't help, bug reports filed, web works fine but of course have no sync or offline.

4:50 AM, February 05, 2013  
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6:31 AM, February 05, 2013  
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6:52 AM, February 05, 2013  
Blogger Avinash Agrawal said...

Seems new chrome versions use lot more network data ? Can we minimize network data usage, for 3G data plans ?

9:37 AM, February 05, 2013  
Blogger Vidhuran Harichandra Babu said...

Has there been any changes to the RTCPeerConnection object ? especially with the localStreams and remoteStreams ?

2:24 PM, February 05, 2013  
Blogger Vidhuran Harichandra Babu said...

Just to clarify things more ...

The LocalMediaStream Object looks like this in the normal chrome

LocalMediaStream {onended: null, readyState: 1, videoTracks: MediaStreamTrackList, audioTracks: MediaStreamTrackList, label: "JlI6TyshbKhRuwtM50F2dvhzX60pfX1VXwAV"…}

audioTracks: MediaStreamTrackList
label: "JlI6TyshbKhRuwtM50F2dvhzX60pfX1VXwAV"
onended: null
readyState: 1
videoTracks: MediaStreamTrackList
__proto__: LocalMediaStream

and it looks like this in the Dev channel

LocalMediaStream {onremovetrack: null, onaddtrack: null, onended: null, ended: false, id: "sWHnEwyoxPovgiAamNZwbcsJN8Cfmj6BdorL"…}

ended: false
id: "sWHnEwyoxPovgiAamNZwbcsJN8Cfmj6BdorL"
label: "sWHnEwyoxPovgiAamNZwbcsJN8Cfmj6BdorL"
onaddtrack: null
onended: null
onremovetrack: null
__proto__: LocalMediaStream

Is there any particular reason for this difference ?

12:14 AM, February 06, 2013  
Blogger Johan Gustavsson said...

Yes...

4:38 PM, February 08, 2013  
Blogger Chris Jones said...

Another note of appreciation of the excellent list of changes!

1:00 PM, February 11, 2013  

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