Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Beta Channel Update

The Beta channel has been updated to 23.0.1271.52 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and ChromeFrame platforms.

  • Fixed geolocation (Issue: 152428)
  • Fixed sync to use all datatypes when user chooses default (Issue: 154940)
  • Pepper Flash not setting local timezone (Issue: 154060)
More details about additional changes are available in the svn log of all revisions. 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


Unknown said...

When the release of this version will be ready? Because in France we change the hour (from GMT +2 to GMT +1) this week-end.

Kylamiis said...

Please remove the hardcoded long filename linebreak in the downloaded files list.
It is quite unnecessary, annoying, unestetic and makes clicking on the remove link for long list of files harder with the constant reposition of it.
Let the break happen automatically at the right side border of window for every user on their own screen width.

KIBERMAX said...

in google chrome canary, missing tick symbols in settings, sorry for my english

123 said...

still, the right number of new tweets wont show unless you mark that tab.
like: (5) 10h, im my case it would rather be 155

Ciantic said...

Is there memory leak in Chrome?

Open up the Google Chrome Task Manager (Ctrl+Esc) or Right Click on titlebar.

If you refresh a tab several times it never releases the memory, I had several pages running around 1.3GB of memory because of that. Only thing that frees the memory is closing the tabs and reloading them. Why is the refreshing tab not releasing memory?

Really annoying, especially if I have the same pinned tabs running several days, I can't just refresh them I have to physically close them and re-open to free up the memory.

Jem said...

I'd very much like to know if you intend re-introducing an option in Settings to use Aero Peek to display open tabs, reverting to a list when there are too many to display - as in IE9. Power users (the minority) may not like it but it's an incredibly useful / essential function for ordinary users and you should at least offer the choice. The evidence that people want it back is in front of you in the forums.