Now when you open a new tab, appears "chrome://newtab" on its title. People are complaining about that on Twitter, if you want to check. REGRESSION.
Agreed. "chrome://newtab" is horrible.
Yes. "chrome://newtab" should not be shown in the title bar.
This chrome://newtab seems to have disappeared
@ Pierre. Not here it hasn't. 57.0.2987.110 (64-bit) Stable (Current)
Also here disappared. Now says in italian "Nuova scheda".
1. It is a bug (https://bugs.chromium.org/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=702043) and it is in the process of being resolved.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.
I don't have problems in my MacBook 2016 w/ Touch Bar. When I open a New Tab it doesn't happen. I think that depends of your computer.
What about the plugin page? It was a lot easier to see the enabled/disabled plugins in the old way! Will this page come back?
I am on Windows 10. Toshiba Laptop. Chrome Version 57.0.2987.110NEW TAB page appears normal. viz. "New Tab"re Announcememnt:Stable Channel Update for Desktop - Thursday, March 16, 2017 - Chrome Version 57.0.2987.110
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