Monday, June 13, 2011

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 13.0.782.20 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame.  This release contains a number of stability fixes and we put hardware accelerated Canvas 2D back behind a flag.

The full list of changes is available in the SVN revision log.  Interested in switching to the Dev channel?  Find out how.  If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome

17 comments:

Ultra9k said...
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REO said...

Thanks again, Google Dev Team! :)

Mattjsrules said...

I usually only have a few tabs open, and every few minutes ALL OF THE TABS CRASH! This has been happening for the past five or six dev channel releases! PLEASE fix this! =(

Albert Kim said...

still no compact navigation for mac users.

laforge@chromium said...

@Mattjsrules - If you have crash reporting turned on, please go to about:crashes in the url bar and file a couple bugs for the crashes you are seeing (if you ping them back as a comment on the release notes I promise that I'll take a look).

laforge@chromium said...

The team is re-evaluating the design of compact navigation, it's state is currently TBD (for Windows and all other platforms).

Mattjsrules said...

@laforge@chromium The whole browser doesn't crash, all of the tabs crash and display the "Aw, Snap!" message. Is there information about those type of crashes?

João Paulo said...

more more more updates ;D

Kurtextrem said...

When comes Chrome 14? =D

Avinash Agrawal said...

On windows 7:
facebook.com does not load anything except blue borders, even with all chrome extensions disabled. But opening facebook.com in a new incognito window, works fine.

Please fix these

laforge@chromium said...

@Mattjsrules, yes.

Mattjsrules said...

@laforge@chromium No information pops up about the "Aw Snap!" crashes in about:crashes or chrome:crashes. I have crash reporting enabled.

Andrea said...

Update flash: 10.3.181.26 14/06/2011 thanks

REO said...

I just LOVE everyone who posts here about their problems, yet NEVER mention the platform they are working from.

Like calling the Fire Department for a FIRE and not giving an address.

Not very helpful to the Google Dev Team.

Win Vista/32 bit - running just fine! :)

laforge@chromium said...

@Mattjsrules, as a backup, this page documents how to pull out the crash dumps/ report ids (all I need is a report id):

http://www.chromium.org/for-testers/bug-reporting-guidelines/reporting-crash-bug

Mattjsrules said...

@laforge@chromium The last one it shows in event viewer on my Windows 7 64-Bit computer is from May 16th, 2011. It doesn't seem like it has been storing the recent crashes... =(

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