miaubiz is making bank from this haha
Forgot the “Stable updates” label. Some of us use that to determine when to update.
Thanks for the update.
You say the full list of changes is available in the SVN revision log, but I can't find anything on Issue 86895, "flash key-state detection failing on Win7/Vista", even though a developer said it'd be included in the stable channel released today..?
быстро исправляете ;)
it has an 'm' in front of the version no....wat is it?
@SAHILThe "m" just means that you have multiple versions of Chrome installed in C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\Application. You might have multiple versions of Chrome if you didn't download the latest version, but updated to it. The new version won't replace the old one, in case of installation failures. So in essence, when Chrome detects that you have more than one version of Chrome, it displays "m" after the version number in the [About Google Chrome] window.
I also have the 'm' in the about window and only have one chrome installation - the stable one. Haven't touched the beta or dev, or the canary channel (if it still exists) at all.
Yeah i only use 1 version is beta and theres "m" too. Any other explain?
If you had Google CHrome 12 or an older version on your machine and updated that's why you have the "m". It's exactly what @Okung said but I guess you didn't get it.
When I go to update, it says something like "update server failure (Error: 3). Any idea why, or when it will be fixed?
I don't understand anything here. Chrome loaded when I downloaded Ifranview, a free graphics program)I don't know why?I went to the link "Chromium security page", but can't figure out what to do from here?So, can someone tell me in plain English, Thanks!!
When you open a new tab while the previous one is loading a page, the new tab crashes (There's an error message). I'm on WinXP. Oddly enough, that issue is still being carried on the recent devbuild (Chromium15).
I had a fresh installation of Windows a week ago. then I directly grabbed Chrome 13 (never had any previous installation of Chrome whatsoever). And now I minor-update and the stupid 'm' is there.Anyhow, just hope Google sorts this out cause it's annoying...
the "m" after the version number stands for Milestone (aka major chrome versions).
@petkoI did not have the "m" when I fresh-installed Chrome. Your copy of Chrome must have updated to a minor security-fix release, maybe that's why you didn't notice?
Will we be seeing a updated version of adobe flash for chrome soon=].
it is making my search bar slow and didnt even load after press 'enter'...it takes very long time to open link from my bookmark...seriously, i think this isn't my pc problem but chrome latest version (13.0.782.215 m)..here is the link of other who are inthe same shoe as mine:http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/Chrome/thread?tid=626cdf7fb73e4358&hl=en
Its not a browser problem. My chrome launches instantly. It opens bookmarks instantly and it goes to web pages instantly. Has to be your pc.
The flash update has been out for two days now and still no update for Chrome. What gives?
I hope they update it soon its a security update by adobe
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