Thursday, July 12, 2012

Beta Channel Update


The Beta channel has been updated to 21.0.1180.41 for Windows, Mac, Linux and ChromeFrame platforms

All
Windows
Mac
Linux
  • Fixed fullscreen-mode entry and lack of video problem (Issue: 117021)
More details about additional changes are available in the svn log of all revisions.
If you find new issues, please let us know by filing a bug at http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/entry

Karen Grunberg
Google Chrome

14 comments:

MK said...

The bookmark icon has changed from a gray globe to a white page. Intentional?

K@czor said...

Audio is still choppy. Actually it's choppy since Beta update from 20 to 21. Can't listen to flash music or watch flash videos without audio problems anymore =/

Thomas Shannon said...

Fixed fullscreen-mode entry and lack of video problem (Issue: 117021)

Woot! That was really getting annoying.

John Doyle said...

Also observing the audio choppiness (intermittent, on Pandora) reported above by K@czor with these beta v.21 builds.

Sterling said...

I kind of like the new bookmarks Star, though I think that's going to change to a + sign -- but I don't like the new blank page favicon. I'm sure it's temporary and the globe will come back in another release, but I'd like to note that the globe in the Omnibox is darker than the globe in favicons. I like the latter.

Anton Romanov said...
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Anton Romanov said...

why in the opening of the chrome, I opened a page where I stopped, though such an option in the settings is not necessary. and if you close and reopen chrome and have opened a set of pages. and the scrollbar is not visible.

O Costa said...

Full screen Flash videos still don't work on Linux + gnome-shell, at least on a dual monitor setup, but now the behavior is different. I just filed issue 137296.

MK said...

I get the Flash audio problem (along with video lag) on Windows XP (32-bit), but not on Windows 7 (64-bit). Not sure if the Win7 computer's beefier hardware is just masking the problem.

Firefox works normally. Disabling Chrome's internal Flash also works.

Sean D. Fleming said...

This last revision Broke uploading to youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoJK2NYc0no There is the link. It was broke Friday sometime. I thought it was me but I rolled back to a non beta version and it works fine there and on explorer. Not good. It appears to any place where you use the webcam to record on a website using the controls there.

r721 said...

Distorted audio issues are Flash 11.3 issues, I believe:

"Fixed Issues
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Audio is garbled in Win XP on certain sound cards (3223249)
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Known Issues

Audio distortion issues when streaming Flash content(3212648)"

http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/release-note/enduser-release-notes-11_3.html

K@czor said...

As MK said:

Disabling Chrome's internal Flash indeed works! No more choppy audio :)

Karen said...

sean we opened a bug https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=137729, we can't reproduce the issue, we would love more information.

Evan Richards said...

Noticing bugs with running JS on a localhost installation on Mac Lion.

Testing my sites in FF & Safari and JS runs smoothly and works perfectly, however in Chrome my JS isn't working correctly.