Friday, May 13, 2011

Stable Channel Update

The Stable channel has been updated to 11.0.696.68 for the Macintosh, Windows, Linux and Chrome Frame platforms

Security fixes and rewards:
Please see the Chromium security page for more detail. Note that the referenced bugs may be kept private until a majority of our users are up to date with the fix.
  • [64046] High CVE-2011-1799: Bad casts in Chromium WebKit glue. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (SkyLined).
  • [80608] High CVE-2011-1800: Integer overflows in SVG filters. Credit to Google Chrome Security Team (Cris Neckar)
This version also has Flash Player 10.3 which is an incremental release with improved stability, enhanced security and user privacy protection, and new capabilities for enterprises and developers. For more information, see the Adobe Flash Player release notes

If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug.

Want to change to another Chrome release channel? Find out how.

Karen Grunberg
Google Chrome

24 comments:

Dave said...

This stable update breaks attaching files from a network share when using the "Advanced attachment features"

http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=75799

king said...

alot of problem with arabic font sadly

Louis said...

From a XP32/SP3 point of vue:
-Flash performance is back ! :)
-Silverlight (Latest): choose the "Player tracker vizualisation" on the Silverlight front page.The pop-up opens.Now right click in the animation.A little rectangle appears with written "Silverlight" in it.
1)If you click in this little rectangle,you should have a configuration window opening like in IE8.But it's not the case.
2)Moreover,the pop-up becomes irresponsive,the little rectangle remains and you have to click in the taskbar window to be able to close this pop-up.

Very little bugs left,as far as I'm concerned.Thanks for the hard work,guys.

Hellman_666.007 said...

What about the patch the "hole" after breaking VUPEN

Sebasti√°n Colombotto said...

What about dev channel update 13.0.761.0?
I have it right now

LuboŇ° Motl said...

It's interesting that this blog, much like mine, gave up the idea that the posts disappeared between 5/11 and 5/13 because of the recent blogger.com downtime would reappear soon.

Clearly, this post about the Stable channel was posted again. I did the same on my blog, too. Not sure what I will do if another copy of these posts will reappear. ;-)

MrElectrifyer said...
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MrElectrifyer said...

LOL @ above comments; it's karma trying to warn google about their ChromeBook. Putting your entire business online is simply unsafe and can never be secure from money hungry hackers

HurpDurp said...

A lot of websites are crashing for me on the newest dev build :(

Some examples: cheapassgamer.com and Motorola's phone page.

omarb13 said...

what about a master password for the feature "show saved passwords"...

it's a big issue !!

i'd rather to move to another browser instead of stop saving my passwords !!

MrElectrifyer said...

The latest dev keeps crashing webpages whenever I try priniting the webpage; all thanks to the underdeveloped print preview tab which isn't compatible with Acrobat X.
If it's gonna be only compatible with your minimalistic (lack of basic features that are available in even Adobe reader) PDF viewer, then give us an option to disable the totally buggy feature you have chosen to remove from the experimental flags and add to the default configuration.

Just attempted printing a receipt after a transaction; if not for the fact that I had forwarded it to my email; I would have just wasted over a $800. Think I'll be swithcing back to the slightly slower FLamingFox 4 until this small but mighty option is added for cases like this or when this fukn feature is bug free!

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Petteri said...

@MrElectrifyer, I'm sorry to redirect this to _you_ this time, but there's *always* somebody complaining about such _silly_ stuff here.

In this case, you realize which channel you are talking about? "The latest dev keeps crashing". Oh wow, didn't expect that to happen, at least not in *my* life time. Experimental software is *actually* expermiental, wtf?

I find it silly that you think using expermiental dev software is worthy of risking $800. Why would you ever want to waste $800 just because you want to use buggy applications?

And the PDF plugin *can* be disabled: about:plugins -> Chrome PDF Viewer -> Disable.

Maybe Google a bit more (and use some common sense) before creating posts like that.

Gabi said...

and again... BUG : http://img15.imageshack.us/i/unledwo.jpg/

nhnl said...

Native control panel of Flash (flashplayercplapp.cpl) is missing.

xtremeleafan said...

Flash Player Control Panel is available here http://www.macromedia.com/support/documentation/en/flashplayer/help/settings_manager07.html

MrElectrifyer said...

@ Petteri
So what point you trying to prove here? What's wrong with comentting about the new bugs discovered?

Did you know that informing the developers about bugs is the key way developers determine the bug in their codes? In other words you gotta tell them about the bug in other for them to know about the bug, doh!

"I find it silly that you think using expermiental dev software is worthy of risking $800. Why would you ever want to waste $800 just because you want to use buggy applications?"

And where in my post did I mention that you retard? I find it silly that you are trying to put words in my mouth; re-read and comprehend my post through your brain. I've had it as my default browser for years now and if I had known about them putting that buggy print preview in place (where's the blog on it?), I sure would have switched to falming fox for such transaction.

"And the PDF plugin *can* be disabled: about:plugins -> Chrome PDF Viewer -> Disable."

Again, re-read and comprehend my post through your brain, if you have one, before trying to play expert with me noob.

Okung said...

@MrElectrifyer

I think Petterti's point was that if you had wanted stability, you should not have been using the Dev channel.

And commenting on this blog will not help the developers very much in fixing the bugs. Try this page: http://dev.chromium.org/for-testers/bug-reporting-guidelines

Petteri said...
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Petteri said...

@MrElectrifyer, you made me laugh. As Okung already stated, commenting here does not help in fixing bugs. I promise, no matter how many times you try. You can keep trying, though, whatever you wish.

And about the part where you are getting so childishly mad, I'm only going to respond to the PDF viewer part.

You say:

"--- PDF viewer, then give us an option to disable the totally buggy feature you have chosen to remove from the experimental flags and add to the default configuration"

after this you quoted my post saying (pretty hilariously, by the way):

""And the PDF plugin *can* be disabled: about:plugins -> Chrome PDF Viewer -> Disable."

Again, re-read and comprehend my post through your brain, if you have one, before trying to play expert with me noob."

You realize the irony here? The plugin manager (about:plugins), which _I_ am talking about is *not* the same as the experimental features manager (about:flags), which _you_ are talking about.

Talk about shooting yourself in the foot with the "noob" statement there. But that's okay. I wasn't expecting a serious response from you anyway (especially after another oh-you-are-so-putting-words-in-my-mouth post).

A.J. said...

Petteri vs MrElectrifyer: 2-0

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Charly NET said...

Does anyone have been trouble with Web Workers on this version of Chrome? Because even this sample: http://html5demos.com/worker that html5rocks.com site recommend doesn't work, the UI isn't responsive when the Web Worker start, and with Firefox 4, Safari 5 and Opera 11 it really works.

Thanks!

Charly NET said...

The specs from my version:


Google Chrome 11.0.696.68 (Official Build 84545)
WebKit 534.24 (branches/chromium/696@85995)
V8 3.1.8.14
User Agent Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 5.1) AppleWebKit/534.24 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/11.0.696.68 Safari/534.24