Could you please advise which way can we rollback the update?The point is: this 51 version completely runied our work process after update from 50.We work in SAP Web IDE cloud solution and some of its features doesn't work anymore in new Chrome.We have to work in IE11 today for some operations.Thanks!
Could you please file a bug at https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/entry with more details so we can look into the issue that you are facing? Thanks!
We encountered a problem with Websocket-Connections (wss): There are no cookies sent anymore with the initial handshake request. Is this the intended behavior?
Additional info: This only happens, if "SameSite=strict" is set. Then the cookie will not be sent, even if the wss handshake request ist sent to the same domain (but as "wss"instead of "https" of course). Should I file a bug report?
Yes, please do file a bug with this information, so we can get it triaged and routed appropriately.
Hey, just one thing:The version is 51.0.2704.84 and my birthday is 270484. OMFG!!!I'm front-end developer and i'm scare muahahahaha.I feel the V8 in my veins :)
Our users in Production are getting frequent chrome aw snap screens after they updated their browser to version 51.0.2704.84.
Fix adblock issue at start => hight cpu 15 sec since 2 version pf stable chrome x64
Apparantly I'm running XP or VISTA and Chrome will not update anymore... I use Win10!
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