I was just updated to .73 and when I checked out the PepperFlash version it still is showing 11.7.700.178, but my browser checker says 11.7.700.179 is the latest. Can anyone confirm?
.178 is actually a beta of the next release of Flash..179 is a rebuild of an earlier version with a single bug fix applied (i.e., changes leading up to .178 were reverted).So while .179 is technically newer, in the sense of being more recently built, .178 actually has more changes over .179.
Is the book mark spacing issue EVER going to be resolved???
Thanks for the explanation on the versions. I would also like to see the spacing fixed. Hate having to use --disable-new-menu-style for something that should be an option.
How do you disable the new menu style?
To get the old normal menu style back you have to have a shortcut to Chrome either on your desktop, or in your taskbar. Right click on the shortcut, right click on "Google Chrome" (If you have it pinned to your taskbar it's the first selection available above "Unpin this program from taskbar"), then in the "Target:" field make a space at the end of the target, and add --disable-new-menu-style Make sure you have a space in between the target and the code, and there is a double dash to start the code. Then click apply then OK. http://i572.photobucket.com/albums/ss161/BobbyPhoenix/Chromenewmenustyle.jpg
After you click OK you have to close Chrome, and relaunch it to see the changes. Make sure when you close Chrome all instances are closed via Task Manager's Processes tab.
I think everybody knows now how to apply that workaround if they want to.But what is being requested is to create an option to bring back the classic menu style without having to pass obscure arguments to the launcher. The ugly thing is that every report about this is being closed as 'wontfix' and that makes some people angry.Also, this workaround won't work if the browser is opened using anything but the 'fixed' shortcut (eg. an application that wants to open a website).
Yeah it sucks too. You click the menu button on a 13" laptop with low resolution, and the entire context menu takes up almost half the screen width wise, and goes off the screen at the bottom. Regular context menu is the same. It just takes up too much space. If they won't fix it (Which is the correct term since using it without the workaround breaks the usability) I guess either an extension will be made, or a userscript.
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