Friday, February 10, 2012

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 19.0.1036.7 for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame.  This build contains following updates:

All
  • Updated V8 - 3.9.4.0
  • Fix: open incognito windows at exit created extra normal windows when the session was restored [r120554]
  • Show spelling suggestions for misspelled words from the online spellchecker provided by Google (only after users opt into sending text to the service) (r120959).
  • When translating a page, get the code and translation via HTTPS. (r120113)
Windows
  • Fix a visual artifact when UI bubbles fade [r119916]
  • Fix an infrequent crash on repaint [r120196]
  • Fix 3D acceleration on computers with NVIDIA Optimus graphics [r120651]
  • Use Google’s online spellchecker to identify misspelled words as well as provide suggestions, for pasted text only. (r120959).
  • Fixed a crash that could occur if a page was closed while playing audio [r120749].
Linux
  • Use Google’s online spellchecker to identify misspelled words as well as provide suggestions, for pasted text only. (r120959).
Known Issues
  • Sub-dialogs do not work in Settings [Issue: 113505, et al].
Full details about what changes are in this build are available in the SVN revision log. Interested in switching release channels?  Find out how.  If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Dharani Govindan
Google Chrome

11 comments:

REO said...

Super Job - Thank you - Google Dev Team! :)

Alen said...

Is this release just bug fixes thus far?

Resplendent said...

I hope the reversed font color for bookmarks/tabs was a bug, because it's making the text extremely difficult to read.

Vinh Aor said...

New Settings page has to improve.
I have problem when open multi layers
Sorry for my English

David said...

The text in the About Chrome box has no spaces in it. Also, the bookmarks text is white, and the Chrome welcome screen that normally shows the popularly-browsed webpages is black.

Kurtextrem said...

Soon we have V8 4.0, nice! :D

Jor said...
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FireMc said...

As an owner of notebook with NVIDIA Optimus, I would like to report that this version of Chrome still has issues regarding 3D acceleration on NVIDIA Optimus. When I enable "Override software rendering list" and "GPU compositing on all pages", the web pages flicker so much and ultimately crash. For instance, even when I tried to open this seperate comment page, it didn't open at all and instead I did get a black screen. (Totally black.) The very same thing happens, as I try to open Angry Birds offline installed version. I hope that you will consider this as a valid feedback.

Cheers.

Handycam said...

Download progress Icon never leaves the app dock icon in Lion. Green pie fills up, but does not change back until app is quit or relaunched, or download history cleared.

Seyss said...

the quality of these dev builds has drown recently

you keep introducing bugs and scaring us with shitty modifications like the options page

STOP WASTING TIME and implement missing MAJOR features already, like master password, ability to not collect history but keep cookies, and others.

look em up at http://www.google.mw/support/forum/p/Chrome/thread?tid=197b83f4f38c69cf&hl=en&fid=197b83f4f38c69cf000486e05ffe99a9&hltp=2

sebas11tian said...

Preferences page needs an improve desperately!!! If chrome stands out for something, it is for its minimalist looks and slick design. You guys got it right with last preferences pag. Even my mom used it. And it was much more easier to explain how to configure[I do know I can send this pseudo-url thing]. Yet kudos for performance fixes my not-so-current computers appreciate it.