Why not you paid Mozilla Firefox developer Boris?
When is support for RHEL6 coming back?
Anyone else having issues with the New Tab page? For some reason is really slow as in it takes over 30 seconds to actually load & show the top websites. What's up with that?
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Had problems switching between tabs especially those with Flash. Took me a whole morning to figure out that my Chrome was updated to this version afterwhich I downgrade to older version, problem was solved.My main issue was that my tabs froze whenever I switch back and forth between them. The pages seem to be loaded in the background but the webpage image (what I see on my screen) was the same before I left the tab. If I click on certain parts of the frozen webpage like say where the buttons on the loaded pages should be, it will work but image is still frozen while it seems that webpage has responded to your click in the background(you see the tab reloading).I am not sure if it is just me but please do advice on how to fix this before I update again to this version.
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Same as Avan Giam for me, my tabs freeze very often, some with simple html pages (just a js script building tables) and with more complex pages.Tests: www.jeuxvideo.fr (tab freeze when scrolling), tcec.chessdom.com (time counter freeze, no way to refresh the page).
Same problem.Several freezes since this version. I've disabled GPU optimization to avoid freezes.But I still have some pages which use CPU even when page is loaded (pcinpact.com for example).
GPU acceleration is broken in this release. With GPU acceleration enabled the browsers runs very poorly vs Chrome 29. (Win7-64/Nvidia)Everything is somewhat laggy. Scrolling, transtions, animations on the Hangouts plugin etc. Easily visible by testing some 'smooth scroll' extensions from the Chrome Store.Disabling Hardware Acceleration in settings fixes everything. There is either a terrible bug or the flag for hardware accel on/off has been reversed.
As a follow-up to the above. Setting 'GPU compositing on all pages' to disabled in chrome://flags rectifies the terrible display performance issues. You can leave the Hardware Acceleration checkbox in your main settings enabled.
In your post you say there there are in this release "A number of new apps/extension APIs."Is this the toolkit for sensor integration?
Big problems with tabs that freezes. Seems like a problem for many.
avan, Rodolphe, can you tell me if you have any extensions installed? are you on XP or Win7 (or Mac) if you could open a bug, it would help us in identifying and fixing the issue. thank you!
Quote.Blogger kab said...As a follow-up to the above. Setting 'GPU compositing on all pages' to disabled in chrome://flags rectifies the terrible display performance issues. You can leave the Hardware Acceleration checkbox in your main settings enabled.That's brilliant. Thankyou. I would never have found that. Changing that one setting has made a huge difference. The problem now is, how do I know when to change it back to it's default?I have to ask how this sort of thing is making it into the stable releases????
Disabling 'GPU compositing on all pages' in chrome://flags fixed my problems too (frequent freezes, "Page not responding" and "Aw, Snap!" errors in GMail, Google Drive & Google Docs (Spreadsheet) apps).Am running Mac OS X 10.8.5, on a MacBook Pro 2.7 GHz Core i7, 16GB 1600 MHz DDR3 RAM, Retina Display
@karen:Windows 7, with ADBlock plus installed only
Not noticed any of the problems listed here, as yet. I have 'GPU compositing on all pages' set to 'Enabled'.I'm using Win XP, I have an older CPU and Graphics Card, 'AthlonXP 3200+' CPU and an ATI X1650Pro GPU.I'll come back here and post again if I notice anything abnormal.
thank you, if you notice any issues with freezes, please use https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=303293 if your issue is the same so we can track them on a bug.
Opus support in tags is still not enabled?Issue 104241 ("Support OPUS for the audio tag and Audio object") was reported almost two years ago, and the technical capability has been in place since somewhere around 24 or 26, I think (when the codec was added for WebRTC use). Is there something wrong with Chrom(e|ium)'s media support that makes it unsafe to enable by default? (I've had no trouble with it in Firefox for over a year now...)
Again another follow up.Leaving all Chrome flags as defaults but setting 'Threaded compositing' to disabled also returns the browser to normal scrolling/video performance.As such there must be a bug with the GPU accelerated compositor. Disabling GPU compositing completely, or just threaded compositing, seems to fix the current builds video performance issues. (W7/Nvidia)
chrome://flags/ : reset all to defaultand all is back to normal
been using this build in Beta for a while i really like it :).
Since Chrome Frame (30.0.1599.66) was released through auto-update, all of our users are getting the error: Your profile could not be opened correctly.Some features may be unavailable. Please check that the profile exists and you have permissions to read and write its contents.PLEASE DISABLE THIS ALERT.
Me again! :)The compositor seems to be fixed in 30.0.1599.69m (the first update build after the Chrome 30 release).Thanks for the swift fix Chrome team.
30.0.1599.69 m still have some issues for me with tabs freezing.chrome://flags/ : reset all to defaultThat worked for me but that shouldn't have been necessary.
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Still having sluggish performance issues, tried reinstalling, disabled all extensions, tabs freezing on the 30.0.1599.69 m release. Downgraded to 29.0.1547.66 and it works like a charm :|
"Aw, Snap!" error keep showing in some websites
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