Monday, May 23, 2011

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 13.0.772.0 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and ChromeFrame.

All
  • Updated V8 - 3.3.8.1
  • Continued work on Print Preview
  • Making progress on rel:preload
  • Crash fixes
More details about additional changes are available in the svn log of all revision.

 You can find out about getting on the Dev channel here: http://dev.chromium.org/getting-involved/dev-channel.

If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug at http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/entry

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome

32 comments:

alehox said...

goo.gl extension works again
thank you

Kenny Strawn said...

That's nice; now when will the Chrome OS Dev Channel be updated?

Chris Jones said...

I'm *THRILLED* to finally have a print preview after 12 milestones without. Now if it would also include scaling, it would be nearly perfect.

REO said...

Thanks! :)

Javiero said...

I can't load pages anymore in Mac version after I enable the new GPU optiones in about:flags.
And I can't go back to about:flags page to deactivate them.
How can I fix it?
I'm desesperated. :(

resident said...

hide the toolbar on > address bar > no available Instant :(

Tristan said...

desktop notification still doesn't appear on top of other windows and when you click anywhere within Chrome (except for the tabs) the notification would suddenly dismiss

http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=83040

Figjam said...

Shouldn't I be able to go to about:flags and enable "Compact Navigation"? It doesn't appear on the page and there are no relevant options in the right click menu of tabs.

Kitman LEE said...

just try to kill the GPU process in the task manager if you enable the gpu rendering and go hang.

Duxi said...

my omnibox is very slow even in this dev release...any others having this issue?

Haris K. said...

With Compact Navigation enabled Chrome crashes when I open this link with comments https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=8982037438137564684&postID=6543022035560428355&isPopup=true

How to remove these stupid profiles. Whatever happened to privacy. said...

Auto open files is still broken, and has been since the last build.

JuL said...

HW acceleration available for i945 at last, thanks ! I hope this is going to stay...

database error... said...

scrolling with a notepad touch field area (or probably with mouse middle scroll wheel as well?) doesnt work any more in this dev. build

windows (xp, sp3, x86), 13.0.772.0 m

anyone else having scrolling problems? :(

dmt said...

http://www.carlbomfoto.se/fotoskola still crashes the browser when following the inside links on the site and bad rendering for the font "comic sans"

El Cid Mac said...

Facebook easily crashes this build, just as was the case with the previous one (767.1,) the last build that did not experience this Facebook crashing issue was 761.0.

Mac OS X 10.6.7 (Snow Leopard.)

MM said...

When the option to "Use a prediction service to help complete searches and URLs typed in the address bar" is enabled, bookmarks appear at the bottom of the list when typing into the omnibox. They used to be at the top, which was more convenient.

bt said...

When will compact menu bar come to Mac?

Javiero said...

When are we going to be able to have the "Compact Navigation" in the Mac version?
I want it now :)

PS: I fixed my problem.

Nolan said...

Slow omnibar performance for me on Windows 7 x64.

Kurtextrem said...

Nolan:
On Win 7 x86 it's fine again (previos version was lagging like hell)

*Rodknocker* said...

Auto-Open after download still doesn't works on Mac OS X.

Can someone ack this?

Avinash Agrawal said...

I have enabled flag "Compact Navigation :Adds a "Hide the toolbar entry to the tabstrip's context menu. Use this to toggle between always displaying the toolbar (default) and only opening it as a drop down box as needed."
But how do I access Chrome extensions, and the Home button ? Both Chrome extensions and Home button, are very important.

Avinash Agrawal said...

Filed issue 84049 http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=84049

Rui said...

I agree with Avinash Agrawal. I'm using chrome 13 with Compact Navigation and looks amzing, but it's too boring opening a new tab eveytime I want to go to the home page, or acess my bookmarks.
The home button should be in tab bar, and the settings button might be under the Window close/maximize/minimize buttons.

jlcondon said...

With compact navigation turned on (in Win7 x86), Chrome crashes when a new window is launched. Incognito Mode is affected to.

. said...

Windows 7 x64 here. This build has problems with buttons (the windows-rendered buttons like "choose file..." etc. Go on any webpage where there's a button and the scrollbar will move but the page will NOT scroll and fail to render properly.

It's irritating, especially on pages like your router's config page (lots of buttons there).

espeon said...

I cannot update cookie exceptions since this update (Windows 7 x64; dev channel).

Juan Sebastian said...

Guys how about updating mac version for lion dev-preview i use a lot full screen and i would like to have it as a space and not like another app, besides of the scrolling bars of course, this are just visuals though I LOVE CHROME and it always just gets better and better, great work

adroit_91 said...

I'm using Snow Leopard with all the updates installed.

For me, Chrome doesn't open any page at all! No websites can be opened, local or on the internet. But, when I start typing something, it 'auto'-suggests, so I know that the browser can 'talk' to the internet! Even about:flags doesn't open! Although I can open "Preferences".

Angel Garzón said...

@adroit_91 I'm on Snow Leopard also but I have not experienced what you have described on your comment (6-1-2011 12:57 PM-PDT.) Have you installed the latest Apple Security Update (2011-003) which was released yesterday? I have not yet installed that update, I thought of mentioning it just in case you installed it already, thus it could've interfere with your Chrome browser.

I'd recommend that you perform a Permissions Repair with Disk Utility, once that's completed restart your Mac, while you're at it you might as well reset your PRAM, that step would add just a few additional seconds to the reboot process but it usually resolves many issues.

To reset PRAM follow these steps:

As the Mac begins the restart screen (black) press AND simultaneously hold the following four keys: Option (Alt) + Command (Apple Key) + P + R. Wait for the SECOND startup chime to be heard (regardless of what you see on your screen) and release the four keys.

Outlaw64 said...

Why rel "preload" an not rel "prefetch"? Please don't tell me that every browser is going to name it something different. Because I'd like to actually use it some day...