Another beta version, which still did not fix the bug with blank pages. The comments previously written about this bug - http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/2013/11/dev-channel-update_12.htmlThis bug in action looks as if the entire page has zero transparency. To fix this bug, you need to refresh the page or switch to any nearby tab, and then return to the tab with a bug, and the entire contents of the page will be visible.OS: win 7 x32 enterprise
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I cannot access Google Drive on this version with Samsung Chromebook. It shows up in the file manager still, but clicking on Google Drive does nothing at all.
I like how this went from "all devices" to "exception of the HP Chromebook Pavilion, Acer 710 and the HP Chromebook 11" cmoooooooon lets get some updates from my c7!!!!
i second that , we acer 710's are among the first to try the chromebook. maybe not the first but, u know what i meant. dont leave us hangin or in the back burner.
As Acer C7 user I just feel I have made a mistake I can only say this situation drives me away from google I will not buy any new chromebook and since google does not care about me ....I`ll just move to office 365
Why does the Acer C710 keep getting shafted as it pertains to anything beyond Version 29?We're not getting version 30.We still haven't gotten version 31.And we're not getting the beta of Version 32.For a chipset that can support up to 16GB of RAM, it baffles me that whatever features are being offered with the newer versions of ChromeOS, that the C710 and a few other devices are getting the shaft.I bought this machine on the premise that ChromeOS would always be up-to-date as advertised. Please do not go the way of Apple with forced obsolescence. If ChromeOS is meant to be a light, easily accessible web-based operating system, then supporting a machine less than 2 years old should be able to support new versions of the OS.For goodness sake, we can get Windows 8 installed on a Pentium 4 with basic functionality, Google can at least support the C710. And if that's going to be a problem, then at least give us some flexibility with the BIOS so that we can install a flavor of Linux and get something more out of the machine.I love ChromeOS, but the lack of support for such fresh devices, and lack of reasons for doing so, is baffling and disappointing, and borderline false advertising :)
I'm on the dev-channel with C710 and I've got the latest update.
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