Monday, April 15, 2013

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 28.0.1478.0 for Linux. Mac, Windows, and Chrome Frame

This build addresses some known regressions and stability issues. 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.

Anthony Laforge
Google Chrome

15 comments:

Jimin Park said...

I think there's a minor error in the link to the SVN revision log ('::' instead of ':')

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YtseJam said...

I am still facing trouble like with the previous dev bulid in Stackoverflow... lots of errors whenever performing an action like reading notifications, submittting answers or comments, ...

Jacob Groß said...

Would love to see AJAX working again..

Johan Gustavsson said...

Chrome remote desktop is broken, and this is really bad...

Unknown said...

Actually Chrome Remote Desktop works just fine for me...

GDT said...

I've got issues with omnibox with this release. Google shows me no results until I click on refresh button.

Robert Rasmussen said...

Yeah, the remote desktop is not working for me as well.

YtseJam said...

Unlike previous builds, whenever opening a new tab - the address bar is NOT in focus. You need to focus it. :/

Jacob Groß said...

Yup, really annoying...
But funny enough it works correct in the inkognito mode

Perry said...

At some point in the last few builds, the form auto-filling function got messed up. If you are using the keyboard to use scroll down to suggested autofills, you can no longer just use tab once you have the correct option highlighted and go to the next field - it will not put anything into that field. And you can no longer highlight an option and then hit delete to remove it from the autofill list.

Bietekwiet said...

I agree that the auto-focus on the address bar should be set when a new tab is created! I have to click in it after pressing CTRL+T or use a shortcut ALT+D to get focus now!

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Mike Corbett said...

i can see chrome remote desktop, but i can not click anything

Mike Corbett said...

I can see chrome remote desktop but can not click anything