address bar font got shrink. barely readable. please get back old font
I agree with Conqueror! The font is way too small to read and the blue colour should be replaced with the old green one because it fits a lot better with the browser's look. The tabs also look ugly. I don't like the straight and thick look of it, please go back to the old font, old tabs design, and the old general look of chrome like on Version 51.0.2704.63! The settings button on the top right side should also go back to its original look! I am not a fan of the 3 dots and it leaves lots of space on the side to the point where I can place 10 Russias between it and the next button! The old rectangles will forever be my favourite!Please go back to the old Chrome that looks like this but with the new Security and performance features : https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-bc1Y_pkbIos/V0klNgGd76I/AAAAAAAACfs/-k0Uc7qguZALCyCE9ylDByw7FRrmGiKTACLcB/s1600/Google%2BChrome%2B51.0.2704.63.png
Chrome continues to get worse UI and font rendering with updates instead of the other way around, huh?Still on v51 here; will never update it again unless the directwrite change is reverted.
Version 53.0.2785.101 is incompatible with EAF in EMET 5.5. EMET kills the process. Turing off EAF for chrome.exe seems to prevent the issue. Depending on your rights (for corporate owned machines) you might not be able to do this.
Just updated to the new version and still getting horizontal tearing/sheering lines on my laptop display when viewing a video in full screen mode on websites such as youtube, dailymotion, vimeo etc....AMD A10-8700P Win10Prox64...latest drivers and win updates all installed.
Same as DAOWAce. On version 51 till directwrite back or switch to FF with time.
I've used chrome since the beginning. Today, it became painfully obvious to me that I needed to prevent auto updates. I've spent the past several hours trying to go back to an earlier version, the only one I can do is from a couple of years ago, but it may be my only option. I now have to spend the rest of the night preventing a bunch of computers from auto updating or knocking 'em back to 2014. I honestly had better things to do. "55.0.2785.101" is broken on windows 7 if Aero is disabled (it's ignoring themes). Enable Aero, it works (but not an option). BTW: The tabs are ugly in "55.0.2785.101".
I agree with all the comments. Adopting the Mobile UI for a desktop is ridiculous, why would you even do that? Make this correction, who thought this was a good idea?
I usually don't comment on Chrome releases because they just invisibly improve things, which I appreciate. This one made a conspicuous bad change, though: on Windows 7 without Aero, the title bar is no longer blue when focused (it always looks defocused), and the fonts and spacing have changed in a way that I find ugly. Assuming this change wasn't intended (since it's platform-specific, that seems likely?) a fix would be appreciated. If it was intended, then a link to a Chrome theme file that''' put it back, instead.
Found out how to revert to the old look after this horrible looking update:chrome://flags/#top-chrome-mdSet to Non-material
This update somehow changed the formatting on my website. A horizontal menu bar is now vertical and I have no idea how to change it back. It looks fine with other browsers.http://www.dailyautograph.com/
I love the font
Native HTML datepicker not longer working on desktop version. A white box appears far right of the object that was clicked. I must also mention that it happens only when I hit toggle device toolbar. It was fine last week before the browser was upgraded.
I really don't like that new "Material Design" :(I went back to "Non-material" (chrome://flags/#top-chrome-md)
@ Larry Mitchell -- Thank you!!!! I spent the whole morning trying to fix this. Thank you, thank you, thank you! Changing to Non-material was exactly the fix I needed :)
I'm not sure what happened but the font in my address bar in the latest Google/Windows 7 updates has the font size way too small. I've checked internet explorer and that browser's font is normal. This is not a good change. I've tried adjusting all the settings but nothing affects the tiny font size in the address bar. I've even tinkered with the dpi and windows appearance settings. This is not an improvement. The tabs, Bookmarks, etc., seem to be ok. It's just the tiny font in the address bar. What are the steps to fix this? I've never had this happen before and it's only in Google Chrome.
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