Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Beta Channel Update

The Beta Channel has been updated to 31.0.1650.11 for Windows, Mac and Linux, and Chrome Frame .

This release fixes a number of crashes and other bugs. A full list of changes is available in the SVN log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome

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Blogger Peter Michael Sporer said...

The problem persists:
Somethings totally mixed up at https://translate.google.com/ Turn off/on instant translation doesn't work, detect language doesn't work, doesn't show alternatives and and and ... (the site works fine on Firefox.) Windows 7

9:26 AM, October 09, 2013  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problem persists. Something is totally mixed up at

https://translate.google.com

Turn off/on instant translation doesn't work, Language selector is still broken on Google Translate.
Doesn't show alternatives and and and the site works fine on Firefox. Windows 7

12:57 PM, October 09, 2013  
Blogger dhtuuu said...

This is a beta release and my contain issues, broken pages and not-woking addons. Please file a bug report so that developers can work on it.

https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/list

1:16 PM, October 09, 2013  
Blogger Johnathon said...

Up until now Beta has been quite stable, but recently I've had to switch to Stable channel for a day and back (due to the Beta rpm package not even installing). Feeling is it's more alpha than it used to be. Flags are amazing nowadays with so many options. Some documentation on zero copy etc would help us testers. Cheers

1:32 PM, October 09, 2013  
Blogger Kylamiis said...

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2:36 PM, October 09, 2013  
Blogger Kylamiis said...

Youtube switch to fullscreen still bugged since last beta xxxx.8
videos play scaled to 2/3 screen size from top-left, right and bottom 1/3 is black.

2:37 PM, October 09, 2013  
Blogger Peter Michael Sporer said...

31.0.1650.16 beta-m ... problem with google translate solved.

10:05 PM, October 09, 2013  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is more of a suggestion.

There are certain extensions that are useless when in Windows 8 mode (a mode made for touch screens); extensions that require a mouse/keyboard in order to use is a broad category of such extensions. My suggestion is to give Windows 8 users the option to select which extensions run in Windows 8 mode, just like you give options for which extensions run in incognito mode. However, the difference would be that by default, the extension is enabled to run in Windows 8 mode; this is to avoid 'causing inconvenience for noobs, who don't even know how to access chrome's settings, not to talk of changing it.

In particular, I'm unable to use "Smooth" Gestures" with my fingers as it requires a right-mouse-click in order to initiate the gesture. The reason I'm looking to have it disabled during Windows 8 mode is 'cause it interrupts my attempts to right-click (tap and hold) with my finger and get the context menu to display.

Thank you for your time, your kind considerations would be greatly appreciated!

1:39 AM, October 11, 2013  

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