Thursday, October 20, 2016

Stable Channel Update for Desktop

The stable channel has been updated to 54.0.2840.71 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This will roll out over the coming days/weeks.

A list of changes is available in the log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug. The community help forum is also a great place to reach out for help or learn about common issues.

Richard Bustamante
Google Chrome

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15 Comments:

Blogger He Jx said...

54 version of this bug did not improve, is it only my browser has this problem?
Only the 53 version can be returned.

http://image18-c.poco.cn/mypoco/myphoto/20161021/14/17826579420161021140919074.gif?579x263_110

11:14 PM, October 20, 2016  
Blogger Arben Ademi said...

Its Your Browser Only ... I Just Tried Now .. And Everything Is F... Okay ;) Try This https://www.google.com/chrome/cleanup-tool/

3:46 AM, October 21, 2016  
Blogger Zhangir Duiseke said...

Dear Goodle, are you going to fix high DPI scaling in Windows 10 or not?!

9:50 AM, October 21, 2016  
Blogger ChadoriRebornXD said...

What's with the update? The view region is too small compared to before.

9:39 AM, October 22, 2016  
Blogger Julian Ruhe said...

This version is broken.

See
"Google Chrome version 54 keeps crashing,"
https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/chrome/QgFp-GNoMsI

1:42 AM, October 25, 2016  
Blogger Joe Vitale said...

The new release broke the ability to show icons using popular web templates. Take a look at the developr template - every icon is displayed TWICE where it is only coded to do so once. http://www.display-inline.fr/demo/developr/template/icons.html

9:47 AM, October 25, 2016  
Blogger Chimera said...

Please google fix high DPI scaling in Windows 10 1080p monitors !!

12:14 PM, October 25, 2016  
Blogger Adrian Lopez said...

Same with +Chimera. Please fix scale dpi! I looks all huge. Windows 10

5:08 PM, October 25, 2016  
Blogger ERTV Medias said...

A strange bug is happening here, where Chrome creates a conflit with my video card (nVidia GeForce 9800GT). What's the issue? In random moments, my video simply turn off, and return 3 seconds after.

But using other browsers, this issue simply don't occurs.

Please fix it. This issue, by the way, happened in a recent version and solved with an update.

5:54 PM, October 25, 2016  
Blogger Gongi said...

Same bug for me, all is huge!
Windows 8, zoom is 125% on Windows - the problem is only in Chrome.

2:48 AM, October 26, 2016  
Blogger Michael D said...

Latest Chrome update for Windows 7 has tabs and fonts huge also.

1:54 PM, October 26, 2016  
Blogger Георгий Елизаров said...

Все стало просто огромное, теперь смотрится как на экране с HD разрешением, поправьте это.

5:07 AM, October 27, 2016  
Blogger Jim French said...

Is the new Flash plugin (23.0.0.205) included in this update?

7:22 AM, October 27, 2016  
Blogger hbkn393 said...

Everything is extremely huge after the update

3:53 AM, October 29, 2016  
Blogger Denis Pisarev said...

In Chrome 54 devs have fixed scaling bugs and re-enabled support for 125% scale. As a result, Chrome's UI (i.e. icons, address bar, etc.) will appear larger than before when your system is set to 125% scale because it is now displaying properly. If you're seeing large UI and you didn't intend for your system to be at 125% scale globally, you can change it back to 100% as follows:
On Windows 7, go to Control Panel > Appearance and Personalization > Display ("Make text and other items larger or smaller") and click the radio button next to "Smaller"
On Windows 8, go to Control Panel > Display and drag the slider underneath "Change the size of of all items" so that it reads “Smaller.”
On Windows 10, go to Settings > System > Display and drag the slider underneath "Change the size of text, apps, and other items" so that it reads 100%.
On all Windows OS: check your Chrome shortcut, Compatibility tab > turn off the Compatibility mode and uncheck the "Disable display scaling on high DPI settings" box
If you’d like to further adjust your zoom settings specifically in the way Chrome displays websites, you can set your page zoom settings by going to chrome://settings > show advanced settings > web content > adjust your page zoom to what you’d prefer.

11:49 AM, November 01, 2016  

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