Just updated to Chrome 56.0.2924.76 (64-bit/Win7)It automatically re-activates your flash plugin. ON EVERY RESTART.WTFH?!
Hm, that new "Not secure" feature fails to work on Linux version (works fine on Windows version though). By fails I mean "Not secure" is not displayed at all.Tested on http://http.badssl.com/input/password/
Very thin fonts at tab title and all chrome menus... Linux version
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a bit too early, it should have come to stable channel in February...
Am I the only one getting some error with the integrated updater? Progress status hits 97%, then stalls for a while, then I see some "Error 7: ... System level error etc."But when I start Chrome again and go to chrome://about; I see version 56.0.2924.76.Strange..Exactly the same thing on three Windows systems now.
I get the same thing Tom.
Does this fix the issue outlined here (https://www.reddit.com/r/chrome/comments/5k7zpq/help_0xc0000005_error_every_5_minutes/) when you're using Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview? This is killing me.. :'-(
Same thing happen to me Tom.
@TomNemo Same thing happened to me
Das ist weil der Automatische Updater läuft gleichzeitig mit Ihrem manuellen update.
1. I confirm who wrote Tom Nemo.2. For Google developers:Please put back the "Simplify Page" option in Google Chrome/Chromium. No current extension hasn't exactly the functions of the "Simplify Page" option. What is so hard to put you, Google developers, the option back?You too arbitrary and foolishly decisions in recent years.I don't want to use extensions for the following reasons:1. viruses;2. the duration of the limited life of any non-Google extensions from Web Store;3. extensions are not always updated according to the version of Google Chrome and they become incompatible with it. I used the "Simplify Page" option for two clear reasons:- remove banner adverts from save PDF/print;- many site has programming language old who can’t save as a PDF file or can’t print (blank page appears in PDF or to print) if it was not turned on "Simplify Page" option.Please to bring the "Simplify Page" option back in Google Chrome/Chromium.Thank you for understanding.
Same issue as who wrote Tom NemoIs Chrome still secure after this error ??Please some body from Chrome give us an answer
Same issue on three machines running Windows 10 Version 1607 (Anniversary update) 64 bits.All previous versions of Chrome installed correctly without any errors
BUG: Every time Chrome is re-started Adobe Flash plugin is automatically re-enabled.
Adobe Flash plugin re-enabled when Chrome is restarted.
Also getting the error 55.0.2883.87 m windows 10Version 55.0.2883.87 m An error occurred while checking for updates: Installation failed. Please try again. (error code 7: 0x80040905 -- system level).
No update for Windows 10, 64bit. Keeps spinning and spinning updating from 55.0.2883.87
Adobe Flash forced-on in settings>advanced>flash, with 'corporate' icon and other Flash options greyed-out, as though policy set; but we have not set this policy in our organisation. Previously installed version did not have this problem, nor earlier versions. This seems contrary to Google's published intentions, to gradually side-line Flash.
What's more, if I uninstall Chrome 56 and put back Chrome 55 then the setting goes back to normal: "Detect and run important Flash content (recommended)" and other options are still available for user selection.
Chrome 56.0.2924.76 (64-bit) for Linux broke my Angular2 application.I have a table in the page with 1882 rows. The rows are generated by Angular-2.4 templates.Chrome 55 renders the page happily. No issues.Chrome 56 freezes forever when rendering the page with 100% CPU usage. Console becomes unresponsive, right-click on the page does not display the context menu, the page does not scroll. Only when the table row number is limited to 500, Chrome 56 can render it and be responsive.It looks like Chrome 56 hangs in its internals, there is no corresponding CPU time attributed to any functions of the web-application.In htop I can see the `Compositor` thread of the `Chrome --type=renderer` process consuming 100 CPU, in strace it does dozens of madvise(..., MADV_DONTNEED) calls per second with the same arguments. See htop screenshot http://imgur.com/a/KifaFI tried disabling/enabling hardware acceleration with no luck.
Fonts are tiny on Ubuntu using this version of chrome. Almost unusable!
Further to my comment above ... I found we had the policy set to enable flash. This causes the frozen-on behaviour. I have removed the (deprecated) policies and now the settings user interface has gone back to normal. When I run flash content, it respects whatever is set in user settings.I recommend that anyone with the EnabledPlugins policy set, have it removed. It's now deprecated.The 'disable' links in chrome:\\plugins are probably what Frank Rehse, planeoman and fprietog reported. These links have also removed in latest 56..87 patch.
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