Thursday, August 11, 2011

Dev Channel Updates for Chromebooks

The Google Chrome team is happy to announce the release of Chrome 14.0.835.87 (Platform version: 811.34) on the Dev Channel for Chromebooks (Acer AC700, Samsung Series 5, and Cr-48).
Highlights:
  • Update the Netflix plugin to 1.1.3
  • Update Pepper Flash to version 10.3.200.105
Known issues:
  • 18953: Duplicate processes for apps / extensions shown in Task Manager

If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our help site or filing a bug. You can also submit feedback using "Report an issue" under the wrench icon. Interested in switching to the Beta channel? Find out how.

Orit Mazor
Google Chrome

11 comments:

Juan Sebastian said...

I miss my bookmaks! :S :( :@

Christa said...

yea.. me too!

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William said...
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William said...

This update is for Chromebooks...
Read the title before posting.

Stay away from the Sign in with your Google Account flag, unless you like
clearing your local user data.

http://goo.gl/9xSsD

.metallikris. said...

The thin tabs-bar disappear ? =(

shanthan reddy said...

some of the interesting things i found on google chrome 13 is instant page loading and new print view feature added to it.I had compared different browsers with chrome.No dought it is faster then any other browser.Do any one know Technology used for fast browsing.

Avinash Agrawal said...

“App-ify” anthing: Please provide ability to “App-ify” anything, ie something similar to a “Add to home screen” of Google chrome browser, or iPhone or Android phone, ie ability to “App-ify” a google voice contact (for calling anyone with one click) with app showing the contacts photo, or a Blog on the internet (for reaching the blog with one click) with app showing the Blog’s name in the icon, or a Google doc (for reaching that doc with one click) with app showing the Documents name in the icon, or a youtube video for quick viewing with one click(icon that shows a snapshot from the video, not the youtube logo), and so on......


From my blog http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dthcr25_155gbfdnd

Tony said...

What are Google Developers smoking these days? It looks like they have completely lost the plot.

On my Dev build (v 15.0.849.1), on the Mac, I see Windows style labeling on the bookmark context menus. E.g. "&Open All Bookmarks", where the "&" symbol is converted in to an underline for the adjacent character for windows Keyboard navigation (something that Mac's don't support).

However, what is more disturbing is that Google has now removed the right-click option for the bookmarks menu. We are not living in 1992 anymore, right-clicking is actually normal and removing it is a step in the wrong direction.

Fabio_Rulez said...

Profiles are really nice... but it would be great if you can protect profiles with passwords (to be asked, if desired, when switching them).

If you agree please vote for this issue:

http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=92117

David D. Stanton said...

Looking good, I filed a bug report on two issues in regards to this dev build, and the previous.

1. Unable to enable mobile network, it turns grey then back black again.

2. Unable to switch from DEV to beta or stable.

Thanks,

Dave

Avinash Agrawal said...

In chrome latest dev build, Dragging a page from "Most visited" tab to "Apps" tab, in "new tab" messes up the icons. Notice the 4 top right icons do not look like the native chrome webstore apps : http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=idvy4w&s=7

Please fix this.