If you want the 64 bit version, download the installer and just run it (nothing is deleted). Works great (with cut of screen edges, but they're working on it).Btw: After enabling directwrite in about:flags my Gmail still looks weird. The left menu is completely gone and the mail list is moved to the bottom. Anyone else with that problem?
@Jacob - That was definitely happening to me as well. I've disabled DirectWrite for now but there were still some odd graphic intricacies when sending an email. The left navigation menu would disappear while email was being sent.The fun of using the dev branch :-)
On my Windows 7, this latest dev, while the screen looks good, but it is unusable. lots of graphics not rendered correctly, with remnants of closed tabs showing up. Please fix this.
What happened?!!! I'm using the dev level. Suddenly most text is much larger, and font (especially system text, on bookmark bar, tabs etc.) has uneven spacing between characters, making it nearly unreadable, as if the spacing didn't match the font size. At normal zoom, many web pages no longer fit the screen. Also, there is much more blank space on the screen. My Speed Dial 2 new tab page is totally messed up too. How can I get things back how they were? Or do I have to switch back to Firefox?
Java won't work on the 64 bit version...
It seems that with the latest version of dev and canary the Hangouts extension crashes the entire browser. Hope that gets fixed soon.
I want to say, I more like 37.0.2017.2 version, this version not stable, I am use 32 bit machine win 7
Tabs Look weird and thinner than normal in Windows 8 when it's maximized.http://i.imgur.com/9BqJ9vE.jpg
Jul why are you even here if you don't know about Java 64 bit? Leave the dev channel for experienced people. Stop posting false claims
I agree with Jonathan Scott, the tab bar and omnibox have suddenly become much bigger, as well as the settings and star buttons. It is almost unusable, the text scaling looks weird, and many icons in Chrome look pixelated. Please revert immediately and push out a new build!
I'm having the same issues with Gmail. Will a fix be coming out?
I can't believe how many of you know you're using a development build, yet are demanding for fixes as if it were a production build. The point of these builds is to test and provide feedback.If you have an actual bug to report, use the proper channels to do so. Leaving comments is useless and these so called "bugs" you're whining about are not tracked or will be fixed.If you're just going to complain and not follow proper procedure, please do the developers of Chrome and actual developers a huge favor - use the public released, production version of Chrome.
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https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=380732 the gmail directwrite issue
Yep, what Jonathan and usaff said, fonts are suddenly bigger with uneven spacing. Like of the default zoom is changed to 130% or so. Some fonts are fuzzy rendered. Using DirectWrite makes no difference.
I raised issue 380298 for this soon after I mentioned it in the comments. I'm using the Control Panel "larger fonts" DPI option in Windows (125%) and I suspect that some things are getting enlarged by a further 125% as well as the spacing being messed up.
I can confirm that the problem of extra-large fonts with very uneven spacing goes away if I turn off the Windows "Larger fonts" (125%) option (but that means fonts in other stuff become too small, so it's not a very practical bypass for the problem). I've updated issue 380298 with this information.
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