Windows push seems to be for 32bit only again, so far
aaaand there is the 64bit version :)
You have a lot to learn from the Opera Desktop Team. They always include the changelog highlights with every post instead of this "all or nothing" SVN log. Including the highlights is probably of much most interesting for the average Beta/Dev/Canary user than every tiny bug/change. Please consider following Opera's example.Their release blog: http://blogs.opera.com/desktop/
This is the best one in the v38 series. Compared with the champion (v34.0.1847.137 stable): 2 times more resource hungry while nearly as fast as its v34 grandfather. Test environment info: Puppy Linux (Puli 3.8.3 bark 5, Ubuntu Precise based), HP 6600, 3 GB RAM, 3 GB swap file.
I second bhsand's comment, you should highlight the main changes for each version, instead of just referring to the SVN.
I'm seeing errors like "The specified value ':)' does not conform to the required format, 'yyyy-MM-dd'." referencing the modernizr script. I also see the same on apps that use Kendo UI, which checks for input support. This error was not present before this release.
Nice post.today news
I am getting the 'yyyy-MM-dd' console errors as well.I am also having issues with link hover colors. Sometimes the hover state won't happen, other times it will get stuck on the hover state. I don't know if this is an issue with my browser or my mouse because if the page is scrolled to the very top, links work fine. But if the page is scrolled any distance from the top, the link problems happen.Using Win7 64bit.
I am getting the 'yyyy-MM-dd' console errors as well.
I just uninstalled the dev version and installed beta and it fixed my link problem and also the 'yyyy-MM-dd' errors.
Where can I see buildbot result of this build?
Hopefully they'll revert the change causing the "does not conform to the required format" error soon.https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=405227
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