Monday, July 16, 2012

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 22.0.1207.1 for Windows, Mac, Linux and Chrome Frame. This release contains the following changes:

All Platforms Windows
  • Fix new installation suffix in [r146217]. Users who installed dev-channel from scratch (i.e. not updating from stable/beta) between July 9th and July 16th might have two Google Chromes show up in “Default Programs” (uninstalling/reinstalling will fix this).
The full list of changes is available in the svn revision log. You can find out how to change to the Dev channel, or any channel, on chromium.org. If you find a new issue with this release, please shoot us a bug report.

Jason Kersey
Google Chrome

22 comments:

Josep Bel said...

DISQUS issues fixed.
Angry Words (html5 game) fixed.

Thank You.

▴triune. said...

Will packaged apps retain the "chrome.experimental.app" api or be promoted to "chrome.app" when v22 arrives in stable?

REO said...

Nice update...

FERUCHIO said...

Google translator does not works on this page!

Deric said...

Is today the day when pages stop locking up just because i left them untouched for an hour?

or how about this is the version I can go more than an hour without a flash problem.

pls based google.

Andrea said...

Flash in older version, why not testing the latest beta release?

11.4.400.231 beta1

Grégory Lafforgue said...

Always problem with Flash on this version !
Audio clipped after 1 or 2 min.
Can't listen a clip on youtube without problem ! (since version 21.0.1180.15 DEV)

Noster said...

@Grégory Lafforgue

Disable PepperFlash from plugins.

chrome://plugins/

Grégory Lafforgue said...

thanks for the tip

Unknown said...

I'm still seeing some webpages open in a much smaller area with scrollbars than the available rendering area within Chrome. It seems to happen almost always when I restart Chrome with a page from arstechnica.com open. I just installed Win8 RP and it happens again, so it must either be in Chrome or my profile (somehow??). Hitting the Home button then Back opens the page at full size.

shjg said...

I still got the message: "Java plugin is outdated", but there's no an "updated" plugin yet! (10.5.0.05) Can anyone confirm this? (Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64)

Noster said...

Java (2 files) - Version: 10.5.1.255

Next Generation Java Plug-in 10.5.1 for Mozilla browsers

Name: Java(TM) Platform SE 7 U5

Description: Next Generation Java Plug-in 10.5.1 for Mozilla browsers

Version: 10.5.1.255

Irv said...

Where is the Beta channel update for Chromebooks? Seems like someone forgot about us.

NeilM said...

Yikes! I have never seen a Chrome dev build cause the blue screen of death!! I can make it happen every time. It happens with many different websites I go to.

When I go to these pages (e.g. biz.thestar.com.my) and mouse around over the content, the browser window flashes from normal to completely black. Looking at the source of one of the pages, I wonder if this issue is related to some javascript objects on the page.

I can no longer use Chrome at this latest dev build 22.0.1207.1 for Windows XP.

I don't know what I can provide as more detailed feedback, so let me know what I can do to help figure out why this is happening.

Christian Rygg said...

Hmmm... Every page I go to have a very strange problem: There is a triangle starting in the top left corner, growing in a straight line down to the right side of the screen. This triangle is blank, so I'm not able to interact with any elements that are supposed to be shown in that area.

On most pages the triangle is just white - but on this blogspot-site it is a light green, like the color scheme of the page. Anyone else see this happening?

Jared Nyman said...

I have the same issue and I'm almost positive it's flash related. If you disable flash in chrome://plugins it should fix the triangle but then you won't be able to do anything with flash (obviously).

Patrick Tulskie said...

I'm getting mixed content warnings on all sites with HTTPS even though there isn't actually mixed content. Even google search results have this warning.

Straight Talk said...

I've given up on Chrome. It locks up my MacBook( late 2010)Mac Os 10.7.4 at least once a day

Leo TiQ said...

Something wrongs in flash

Unknown said...

On Win7 - buggiest dev channel release that I can remember. I've uninstalled and reinstalled and get the same behavior. Crashes almost 100% of the time. Unusable right now.

Kaj Maney said...

I have a problem, for the last couple of dev builds, with (I think) how CSS is being handled.

My blog pages handle correctly in all other browsers, but I get a strange white rectangle with these dev builds:

http://divekbr.com/blog/?p=2870

A.Yazji said...

i have the same triangle issue, it covers almost the 3rd of the page
anyone has a solution??