Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Dev Channel Update for Chrome OS

The Dev channel has been updated to 27.0.1453.46 (Platform version: 3912.23.0) for all Chromebooks. This build contains a number of bug fixes and feature enhancements.

Release Highlights:

  • Updated Pepper Flash to version 11.7.700.169-r2, resolving some issues with video playback quality
  • Volume bubble no longer displayed on login (225531)
  • Fixes for network connection error notifications (224676)
  • Updated Chrome Office Viewer extension

Known Issues:
  • On Samsung Chromebooks, HTML5 video playback is not always smooth. (225563)
  • Fix to issue that blocked returning to the current folder when viewing photos (223494)
If you find new issues, please let us know by visiting our help site or filing a bug. Interested in switching channels? Find out how. You can submit feedback using ‘Report an issue...’ in the Chrome menu (3 horizontal bars in the upper right corner of the browser).

Danielle Drew
Google Chrome

5 comments:

MichaelASzabo said...

Why does it continue to say "Up to date" if there is an update available?

chrome://help shows:

Version 27.0.1453.6 dev
Platform 3912.4.0 (Official Build) dev-channel daisy
Firmware Google_Snow.2695.117.0

...but this post says dev is at 27.0.1453.46

Why is there not a FORCE UPDATE option?

Marty Goetting said...

Because 27.0.1453.6 is a greater number than 27.0.1453.46
.6 is newer than .4

Axel Napolitano said...

Nice new release. Sometimes still a bit slow on the Series 3.

Anyway an epic fail of chromeos is its inability to do the basic things the right way - meaning: Beeing able to simply use *any* IMAP, POP or Exchange mail account while having frequent checks for new mails or even push.

I know it's from a concepts perspective a bit hard - but on the other hand even the cheapest Android will outperform Chromeos with respect to the basic tasks.

This should and this must change if google wants broad success with this fantastic OS.

Joe Louis said...

Does anyone know what happened to the overscroll history navigation flag? That was one I used more than any of the others.

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