Thursday, December 12, 2013

Dev Channel Update

The Dev Channel has been updated to 33.0.1736.2 for Windows and Mac, and 33.0.1736.3 for Linux.

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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Anonymous Anonymous said...

as always, of course blank pages still not fixed!

I think it's a feature of chrome now? You didn't fix it for weeks, you released more than 10 updates and it still not fixed.

So we can assume it's not a bug it's a feature right?

Google Chrome: It shows you blank pages. A brand new way to browse web. It's an innovation.

3:03 PM, December 12, 2013  
Blogger mistical said...

Blank (white) pages are now a feature indeed. Thank you Dev team! :)

3:57 PM, December 12, 2013  
Blogger Thanh said...

Woot, blank pages still going strong...

8:16 PM, December 12, 2013  
Blogger Roman Velichko said...

If a spend a lot of time in youtube chrome is freez and crush.

9:56 PM, December 12, 2013  
Blogger Ethan J. Brown said...

I'm surprised the severity level of the blank pages issue has not been bumped. It's trained me to constantly resize the Chrome window, or switch tabs back and forth to get my content.

If that's the goal, it's working!

5:04 AM, December 13, 2013  
Blogger Peter Nimmo said...

What OSes are having these white pages.

I remember about 3 months back occasionally getting blank pages instead of the ones I asked for, but I haven't seen it lately.

Is the problem I described they one you are having? (Also even if you refresh nothing happens!)

8:18 AM, December 13, 2013  
Blogger JOE HUANH said...

console ignores the "use strict" statement ,please fix it.

12:24 PM, December 13, 2013  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chrome Omnibox bar (address bar) regression: doesn't work carousel, when you arrive to the bottom/top line in address bar selection focus doesn't moved to the top/bottom accordingly, but stops.

Reproductions:
1. Type Google in Omnibox bar, you'll get 5 suggestion.
2. Click five times down arrow, you'll arrive to the latest line (bottom suggestion line)
3. In previous version of Google Chrome if you click one more time on bottom arrow your selection will be moved to the top, to the first line. In other words you'll get infinite loop over the suggestions, aka Ā«carouselĀ».

10:11 AM, December 14, 2013  

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