No mention of the NTLM regression fix? The one that "broke the internet" for any corporates who've unfortunately been forced into using auto update? i.e. https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+/d78690fe293b934b81f445f53934ae2dc2274384Great the fix has been made so quickly however that bug should never have made it out the door in the first place. I wonder what the real number of people were affected was?Google needs to think long and hard whether pushing standards is more important than a stable and usable product, sacrificing the confidence of corporate users.
Great the fix has been made so quickly however that bug should never have made it out the door in the first place. I wonder what the real number of people were affected was?Click Here For Entertainment
NTLM regression is fixed in this release. see bug report for detail:https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=544255
No mention of removing a critical feature like Spell Corrector and "Language Selection" from the left click drop down menu?! I report it as a bug until I found this link and fall of my chair!https://productforums.google.com/forum/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=footer#!msg/chrome/KfrcFpWZVcA/Ud7LnRbrAwAJ
Why CSP wildcard images are not fixed? This bug break my site design! :(
Spell check language update is a mess, I write in 6 different languages, i need the old system. Stop trying to "fix" the few useful things chrome has.Restore the right-click Spell-check options!!
My one qualm with this version is purely aesthetic. In the upper right-hand corner where the extensions are listed, the extensions seem to be off center, and actually seem to be up and to the left a bit. It is rather odd and annoying to look at.
Removing the spell-checker language selecation was a major mistake. Whoever thought that feature is seldom used... Apologies for the spelling errors in this comment, every single word is underlined becasue the spellchekcer language is stuck in Dutch.I'll give Chrome one more update to see if this issue is fixes, otherwise I can;t use it anymore.
Removing the spell-checker language selection was a major mistake indeed!Searching around Google brought me here, Seldom used?? Please don't wait until people move to Firefox, Fix it.
This latest update changed the folder icons color from yellow to black.I'm talking about the bookmark folders below the address bar.
Please undo the changes to spell checking and put it back in the right-click menu: Multi-lingual users need the ability to switch easily between languages. Going into the Language menu to disable and enable languages takes forever compared to just selecting it from that right-click menu.I am sure whoever designed this thought it really clever to have Chrome automatically guess the user's language. But it just DOESN'T WORK: It marks words that are correctly spelled and ignores ones are incorrectly spelled, because it doesn't understand what I am doing nearly as well as you think it does.Please put aside your AI aspirations for a moment and consider the millions of living, breathing users of your software.Thanks you.
Spell checking just works a little bit different. The confusing part is that the new language selector shows(in my case) dutch and English, however for the latter the spell check is not working. But when you select another language (e.g. English USA) you can choose the language for spell checking. Even more impressive you if type in twee talen door elkaar, and spell check will follow you
Multi-language spell checking is broken now ... it doesn't recognize the language 90% of the time. I have English US, UK, Spanish and German and Chrome doesn't have a clue which is which. It might work better if you use only one language, but once you have one English word in an email (for example EMAIL) it is over. Bring the right-click back ASAP. And get rid of 'experts' in the product forums, just makes your customers angry when a fake/clueless 'expert' posts canned responses which 'solve' a problem. A problem which Google created in the first place by breaking perfectly fine working functionality. We are paying for Google Business and this is impacting our email productivity hugely.
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