Not being served for the 64bit build atm
this update is not delivered via dev 64bit
64 bit version is not available?
No 64 bit :-(
Does someone have a direct link to the installer? (dl.google.com or something similar)Maybe they just forgot to pull the update trigger for 64bit (= build available)
@Jacob GroßDownloading your file:It reinstall 38.0.2114.2 dev-m (64-bit)not 38.0.2121.3
I see, sorry. Hm.
Sometimes certain versions of updates don't get released to the public, like certain chromebooks not getting a new build release till the following update. Just be patient and 64-bit updates will come. They aren't dropping it if they were an update would have come that would have changed your current 64-bit version to this 32-bit version. So don't worry.
Running Version 38.0.2121.3 dev (64-bit). The Keep app consistently crashes every time is launched.
Are we stuck with that huge "default profile" button at the top right? I am the only profile, and will always be the only one -- I'd rather not have a huge button...This is on Mac 10.10
Please bring back the old user switching method.3 of us use the same Chrome and it used to be very easy to switch between users.Not anymore.You need more clicks. You need to move the mouse to the center to pick a user from a big dialog box (instead of keeping the cursor on the top left like before) and you don't see your character on the upper left corner like you used to.The entire process now is slower and less smooth than it used to be.:(
The "You" icon in the top is an un-necessary way to integrate Google+ into chrome. I use chrome due to its light-weight (the dev x64 version, to be precise), and I find this addition to be nothing more than a subtle way to have Google monitor its users; not unlike forcing comments on YouTube to be made by Google+ members only. (I elect to NOT use Google+, and thus cannot comment.) All Google is doing is serving now as a repository for NSA-friendly access, which I'm sure this comment will become part of that repository. The little "encryption" things it does with companies such as Yahoo! serve only as "publicly digestible yumyum" while Google+ engages back-end stuff to compile. This feature (the "you" button on the upper right-hand corner), needs to be removed. It's at best a nuisance, and at worst one more backdoor for agencies to track users with.
the new person switcher is crap!Who is designing this stuff?!Geeezz
Tab switching is more responsive now (about 3 seconds for sleeping tabs to wake up). Tab memory usage is up again, Gmail memory usage is up to about 270MB. More responsive at the expense of more memory I guess.
still slow as a dog, even compared to a few months ago....Also, has hung twice now, each time with a meaningless message in the log:14-08-13 4:30:51 PM [0x0-0xd1fd1f].com.google.Chrome com.apple.console Notice ** Unknown exception behavior: 0
Looks like the new "You" tab can be disabled by setting the "Enable the new avatar menu" to Disabled in chrome://flags
The flag "Enable fast user switching in the avatar menu" turns it a little bit more bearable.But still the usability has been degraded, since now the user has to read instead of just looking at a picture. In terms of usability for me nothing beats the picture identification.
I take that back. I see frequent lock ups as well as extension toolbar icons do not respond.
it instantly crashes after going to first web, not usable at all
This build keeps crashing. Fairly ridiculous how often this is happening. Doesn't matter what website I'm on, it randomly crashes.
I am also against (at least it should be optional) that there is such a big "default profile" blocking my view. In times I have a lot of tabs in a window, this new widget makes my tabs even smaller.Also, my PC is only securely used by me and I don't need multiple sign-ins within a single system user (if somebody else need to play around, they would have an OS level account). Do I also need to open a ticket in https://crbug.com?
I was able to hide the "Default Profile" button by disabling this flag: chrome://flags/#enable-new-profile-managementI cannot speak for how this may other change functionality around the browser, but there do not seem to be any issues so far.
This new user profile switcher is stupid.
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