Google Chrome 220.127.116.11 has been released to the Dev channel.
It includes a number of fixes and a couple UI tweaks. For example, if you have searched from wikipedia.org in the past, start typing wikipedia.org in the omnibox, press the Tab key then a search term and suggestions and past searches will appear for Wikipedia. Other fixes include:
[r14196] Scrollbars, Home/End work again in Gmail (Issue: 10009)
[r14377] Flash (and other plugins) can be installed without restarting the browser. (Issue: 10574)
[r14137] Fix hang seen in plugin process, including the new O3D plugin. (Issue: 10711)
[r13934] On some sites text disappears or is never drawn. For example, on Google Calendar, the titles for all day events do not display. (Issue: 9904)
Edit (24 April): Removed "Such an attack only works if Chrome is not already running."
Google Chrome's Stable channel has been updated to 18.104.22.168 to fix a security issue:
CVE-2009-1412 ChromeHTML protocol handler same-origin bypass An error in handling URLs with a chromehtml: protocol could allow an attacker to run scripts of his choosing on any page or enumerate files on the local disk under certain conditions.
If a user has Google Chrome installed, visiting an attacker-controlled web page in Internet Explorer could have caused Google Chrome to launch, open multiple tabs, and load scripts that run after navigating to a URL of the attacker's choice.
Google Chrome 22.214.171.124 has been released to the Beta channel to fix two major issues:
[Issue 9904] On some sites text disappears or is never drawn. For example, on Google Calendar, the titles for all day events do not display.
[Issue 10656] Google Chrome Beta does not launch after the update to 172.6. This affects users who installed Google Chrome through Google Pack, joined the Beta channel, and do not run as an administrator.
Fixed a plugin crash related to FoxIt reader. (Issue: 9539)
V8 proxy resolver support is now enabled by default, and is no longer behind a flag. (Issues: 2764, 74)
Added a localizable font family and font size for rendered web content. This allows Chrome to display larger characters for certain international font families (e.g. Malayalam and Bengali). (Issue: 7319)
Fixed a crash which occured when canceling a save page operation. (Issue: 9738)
Last Week's Known Issues Fixed:
Cannot drag bookmarks on then New Tab page (Issue 9674).
Mouse wheel scrolling does not scroll windows that aren't focused (9647).
Google Calendar widget not updating properly (Issue 8935)
Please let us know about the issues you find by filing a bug, but please search the open issues first.
A detailed list of changes in this release is in the release notes.