Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Dev Channel Update

The Dev Channel has been updated to 29.0.1521.3 for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame. This release fixes some known crashes, as well as other bugs.  A full list of changes is available in the SVN log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Jason Kersey
Google Chrome

2 comments:

Djoshua5000 said...

Chrome has some incorrect rendering where it doesn't center the page correctly and its off to the Top Left.

I have 2 pictures. The dropbox links will be available for about two weeks. Also the black lines were added by me for privacy reasons.

http://goo.gl/cI8lw
http://goo.gl/22Fla

Also Flash as been a problem. It crashes the browser tab. And when the box comes up asking to wait or kill. It still does not always work It takes a while or just doesn't work. Its always been like that. Not much point of a kill feature if it doesn't just kill it. Killing it in Process Manage works but I don't know the correct one. And I can't open the Chrome one when it locks up.

Most of the time I just have to manually exit. And when I relaunch some of my web page are not in history since I close the Chrome before they loaded. Since one of my tab is not loading due to Flash, the other pages will not finish loading and there is no history of it.

I like using Feedreader and I load many pages at once. But web page that has Flash (Like Cnet) causes issues and sometime the only way to fix it is to close and restart.

PS. What happen to that option on the bottom of the start page that allows you to restore the last session tabs or windows. Its not even in the tool drop down under Resent Tabs. Please add this back.

I have Chrome 29.0.1521.3

Window XP SP 3 with 2.4 Pentium 4 w/ 2.25 GB Ram
NVIDIA GeFoce 4 MX 440 APG 8X

(Yes I know I need a new computer so please don't respond with that)

Nash said...

This is not the place for bug reports, as is clearly stated in the post.

It will be likely that something gets done about the bug if you actually create an 'Issue' in the bug tracker, which exists for that express purpose and is linked in the post.