Monday, September 2, 2013

Stable Channel Update

The Stable Channel has been updated to 29.0.1547.65 for Mac and Linux. Update: 29.0.1547.66 for Windows, also.  This version contains a Flash update, as well as fixes an issue with Sync. 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

15 comments:

MumJas said...
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Connor said...

Ah, new release... omnibox still isn't fixed. Well, it's been a good few years Chrome, but I'm jumping back to FireFox.

John MacDougall said...

For past few days, Chrome now very unstable,essentially unusable on our two Windows XP SP3 machines, works only on my Chromebook. Even there occur some problems with all set tabs not opening quickly as before (esp Gmail). Incidentally, and for me, important, Feedly (my Reader replacement) has slowed substantially on the Chromebook. So far, Chrome (and free Feedly) work on Firefox

KennyBoi said...

oh damn hmmm thats weird well fyi so you know John that windows xp is ending its support next year in april 2014 its best if you upgrade your os to windows 7 or 8. Yeah I haven't used XP for years but it was a very stable OS.

Admin said...

How long after an update is released does chrome auto update?

Thanks

Alex Sung said...

Ever since version 29.xxxx some of sites pages cannot be able to load properly until i try to close and reopen for few tries.

D.Smithee said...

Am I crazy, or did this update roll back Flash from 11.8.800.115 to 11.8.800.97?

Unknown said...

@D.Smithee

It could be and not for the first time. Flash is buggy on Beta version as well.

Scott Waddell said...

"-webkit-marquee" is broke.

Wix said...

Is Flash likely to be re-upgraded to 11.8.800.115 any time soon, or will we have to wait until the next update?
In the meantime, is it safe to be using 11.8.800.97?

Thomas Moore said...

Constant Flash crashes in the new release. Several sites are nearly unusable for me.

wahree said...

What did you do to chrome 29! Never saw such slow browsing experience, tab take ages to load, no more favicons on the fav bar, etc. IE is not an option so I think I'll go back to FF then...

John MacDougall said...

Feedly reports AddThis add-on is source of problem in acccessing its feeds and Chrome browser slowness and crashing. It suggests just _disable_ AddThis. I did this on my Windows XP and Chromebook machines and Chrome (so far) is performing well again.

Abdullah said...

Flash is not working ? Linux .. the last version

J said...

Flashis not the latest version and is not working in youtube