Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Chrome OS Stable Channel Update

The Chrome OS Stable channel has been updated to R12 release 0.12.433.257 including latest Chrome Stable release (see Chrome 12 blogpost), new flash player and several stability and functional improvements over the previous release.

You can find full list of fixes that are in Chrome OS R12 in the chromium-os bug tracker. If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our help site or filing a bug. You can submit feedback using ‘Report an issue’ under the wrench menu.

Josafat Garcia
Google Chrome

6 comments:

Manish said...

Thanks for the update.

James Manuel said...

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David said...

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Shoeb said...

gud.. thanks for the info...

Manish said...

@Josafat - Hope Google security team is working on improving the way the apps can access the data on Chrome OS device.. Google Chrome OS was Hacked Using ScratchPad Extension in Black Hat Preview (http://goo.gl/Xil34 ), although the talked abt issue has been fixed..

bongobongo said...

I'm starting to get pretty bored with how horrible flash support Chrome now has.

How many times do I have to download Adobe flash player each day, only to find that Chrome kicks it out of usage again, and again.

Now I just installed, the same, latest version of Adobe flash player.
Then I go to the page to watch a youtube video and get this message:

"Sorry, this video cannot be played. You may need to install the latest version of Adobe Flash"

I'm sorry to. I'm sorry that Chrome has not managed to figure out how to handle the Adobe flash player.

NOTE: I have disabled the flash plugin that comes with Chrome.
That worked pretty lousy to.

Today I also managed to loose a lot of Chrome tabs, which I by the way have to have in multiple windows, because of Chrome's non support for TAB GROUPS. Thanks for that.

I'm dissapointed ... BIG TIME.

Please fix the Flash issue.
Please get tag group support natively in Chrome, hopefully at least as good as Firefox Panorama.

Chrome has been my coolest browser for some years now. After finding Firefox Panorama and getting this awful flash support in Chrome I'm thinking about leaving the Chrome browser.