Chrome crashing after exit fullscreen video on twitch.tv
@John:This bug has been reported already. It occurs on any flash video if you exit fullscreen with the escape key. As a workaround you can quit fullscreen with the on-screen button or use NPAPI instead of PPAPI flash.
missing the apps shortcut from bookmarks bar (already turned on the instant extended api).
window 8 Metro Aura problem .... and input tools luanguages problem
Dev tools stopped logging any of my output (e.g. console.log("Blah.."), or displaying any errors to the console. If an error occurs I can see the red error icon in the bottom right of the window, but if I click on the icon it doesn't show the error details in the console window or highlight the error in the source.
There needs to be some way to disable Aura entirely, it's completely unusable on winxph. The normal old gui had zero issues, and honestly was slightly (but noticeably) faster. No amount of flag-switching or extension-disabling I've found has managed to fix any of this, unfortunately:Dropdown / combo-box menus either don't open at all when clicked, will flicker open for only a split second, or will never close. Seemingly randomly, selection changes won't be saved at all.Extension dialogues (eg. click an extension button in the omnibox, and a settings dialogue appears) either don't open at all, will partially load (you get a frame but no content), or loads slowly but remains unclosable (with extension changes unsavable). Uncommonly, you'll be able to click the button again to close it.Toolbar menus (eg. settings -> submenus) can take several seconds to load, depending on how many items there are. Mostly the bookmarks folders, but a couple system menus have occasional lag.Text highlighting is opaque, which means you can't actually see what you're highlighting if you select across more than one block element, because everything turns solid blue. Images are always solid blue when highlighted.The cursor doesn't change properly when right-clicking, eg. right click some text, and the cursor will stay as an I while you hover over the menu.No up/down arrows on scrollbar, which itself is forced into a non-OS style.Less a bug, more a nuisance: The new autocomplete panel slides and fades into place. Need a way to disable that for the more impatient among us who want our information to appear instantly.
Maximizing Youtube embeds is broken.It stretches the embed to fullscreen instead resulting in huge controlbar, seek bar and pixelated video.
Is it me or does it take over five seconds to open the browser from desktop mode? Very annoying.
"Report an issue" is missing from the Tools menu.
@Fox E:Regarding the cursor staying as an I-beam when opening a RMB menu after hovering over text, this has been resolved. See https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=267816.Changing the scrollbars is a stylistic change that any software is free to implement in Windows. You mentioned this, but didn't comment on it. I assume you don't like the change, yet you didn't provide an opinion nor actionable feedback on it.OK. Moving on. The following isn't meant to be a jerk comment, but it bears mention as you've nicely detailed a list of grievances in a pleasant manner.You're using WinXP? A thoroughly outdated OS for which mainstream support ended over 4 years ago? It's unreasonable to expect any company to focus on WinXP -specific issues, especially when Google has already been deprecating WinXP support from many products.Aura is a big, big change. And it's new to Chrome. You're using the dev channel. This is life on the edge. Let Google mature and harden the code. The objectives of the dev channel are clearly spelled out, the goal of Aura is also clear and salient, and change is inevitable.None of your issues, save the ones mentioned above, have shown up for me in Win7 or Win8. If they are WinXP issues, and that I can't verify, all I can say is that you're way past due for an OS upgrade.For what seems like a list of complaints, your post is quite detailed and without bias. That's great. I would urge you to try Aura on a Win7/8 PC, or upgrade from WinXP, to give Aura a fair playing field.FYI: I'm just a regular guy, not anyone on the Chrome team.
Does this break Chrome Themes for anyone else?
Aura seems to make the browser slow, and less responsive.
yep, broke my theme too. It's back to default now.
@Evan>> "Changing the scrollbars is a stylistic change that any software is free to implement in Windows. You mentioned this, but didn't comment on it. I assume you don't like the change, yet you didn't provide an opinion nor actionable feedback on it."Do you want a comment or an option to fix this??? Just being the arrows back, that's the fix! It's so annoying that I can't use the arrows anymore to scroll a few pixels. That is very useful for web developers/designers. At least it could be an option to bring the arrows back. I really hate this change on Google Chrome.Why are they breaking what was working very well? Do the arrows harm anything on the browser?
Thank You Google, for making the remote desktop ex´tension work again!
One small nitpick.The unstyled textfield for Aura is ugly.
It's releases like this that make me wish that there was at least an option to roll back. Currently, there is a way to run old chrome but no GUI option to roll back to a previous release.
wow, the selectbox dropdown animation sure is annoying! and as other already noted, lots of crashes - heck, it crashed while on my first attempt to comment here!
html5-videos now are (badly) scaled to use the complete screenspace in inpage-player and fullscreen mode instead of doing letterboxing with the original aspect ratio.
Crashes constantly in Windows 8 mode.
I'm done with this fullscreen bug! I've restarted Google Chrome eleven times this evening just for watching online TV series! Could you please fix it ASAP!!!
Lot's of crashing here.. repeatedly. Sometimes Chrome isn't even the foreground. Worst build I've used in a very long time.
@EvanYou don't have to use WinXP to see these issues. I'm using Win7 with classic theme and I see every issues @Fox E mentioned and much much more.And I don't have to use Aura.This build is just a disaster. Everything is broken. Yes every single thing is broken. Worst software build I've ever seen in my entire life. And I don't think I would see worse than that.
What's the point of use a Dev Version without the "Report a problem" menu? LOL.Google, you're big, but you make big fault xD
aw snap like a lot on windows 8.1 preview, even on gmail page.+1 for the missing send error report menu. flickers on drop down menu, it makes it hard for us to select the menu.the perks of using chrome dev channel. haha :D
it's the worst dev channel version ever appearedthere is no website which works on aura on my machineaura shows just first few rendered frames and then it stop respondingit blinks the icon and titleshows bussy wheelbut nothing more is rendereduser can click and links (even if invisible works finebut each new site works the same wayaura it a total disaster :(((i had to install regular version to have ability to do anything on the internet
你们还真是沉得住气啊，此版本如此之渣，而且已经被喷得如此之惨，你们居然还是无动于衷，迟迟不肯更新！shame on you, Google!
Have deleted an reinstalled Chrome on my macbook and it is still crashing/freezing constantly every time I reload my business gmail, open a new tab... do just about anything.
Alt text seems to be disabled. I can't see it anymore as of this update no matter how long I hover over an image or a link I know has it.Also, moving a tab to a new window just looks bad on Windows 8.
I get a crazy amount of window flickering on menus, all context and toolbar menus seem to be affected. The window flickers in and out of view - very annoying. This release seems particularly unstable even for dev channel.
This is by far the most unstable release I've used in years (I know, I know, dev channel, blah blah). It crashes so often that I can't even really zero in on what causes the crashes. However, I can say that it pretty much always crashes on startup, but then hitting the restart option after the Chrome just crashed dialog box pops up lets Chrome start up fine. Hopefully Aura ends up being worth all these growing pains.
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