Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 24.0.1297.0 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame.  This build contains following updates:

All

  • Updated V8 - 3.14.4.1
  • Updated WebKit - 537.16
  • Fixed tab character in text field when pressed Tab in a <browser> tag. (Issue: 149859)
  • Fixed omnibox suggestion: restore selection on WM_IME_ENDCOMPOSITION (Issue: 154379)
  • Fixed text that goes out of the box under Related section after an app was installed. (Issue: 154797)
  • Fixed Web Store icon (Issue: 149887)

Windows
  • Updated styling for Web Intents windows
  • Setting preference to launch in Metro on Windows 8 will no longer cause Chrome to launch in Metro mode upon uninstall.
  • Fixed missing print preview on Asian sites. (Issue: 161704)

Mac
  • Fixed a bug where Chrome would use an outdated version of Pepper Flash (Issue: 151716)
  • [r161874] Fixed a bug where Chrome would fail to quit if at least two windows were open and  a page had a beforeunload handler (Issue: 118424)
  • Fixed browser hang when webcam used on facebook with OSX flapper. (Issue: 152757)

Full details about what changes are in this build are available in the SVN revision log. Interested in switching release channels? Find out how. If you find a new issue, please let us know by filing a bug.

Dharani Govindan
Google Chrome

15 comments:

Ryster said...

Where are these Metro preferences you speak of? For the past couple of weeks, I can't get Chrome to open in Metro at all, despite being the default browser on Windows 8.

Det said...

I think they are what they say they are, but that's just me.

REO said...

Thanks Google Dev Team!

Gideon said...

You can relaunch Chrome in Metro from the Chrome menu.

Deric said...

I can no longer scroll with my mouse wheel! It works for things like Gmail, reader, and the chrome web store. But everything else wont let me scroll with the wheel.

Deric said...

wow. this is the worst ever. I miss scrolling

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Unknown said...

It seems that the Chrome to Mobile extension (https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/chrome-to-mobile/idknbmbdnapjicclomlijcgfpikmndhd) has recently been integrated into Chrome, though I didn't notice it until this update. I uninstalled the extension and still have (seemingly) the same functionality from the Action Box button (the "+" at the end of the omnibox) using the "Send this page to your mobile device" command. Cool!

Artem Berezovoy said...

where's the full setup file ?

Hoàng Phạm said...

I can't download or update full of setup file.

carl said...

With the lastes osx update that removed java support from my mac, there is no way i can run java apps in chrome... The only download is java7 which is 64 bit and chrome is 32 bit.
So here we are : no java support in a browser with 20% worldwide marketshare... superb planning...

Rob Alm said...

Ever since DEV v23 the sound problem with flashvideo is back, no sound in the rear speakers.
(in IE 10 the sound works perfect in all speakers)

Musa Kocaman said...

En ucuz ve en cimri alışveriş arama motoru!

Craig said...

Is it 64 bit yet on the Mac? All other browsers are 64 bit. Come on Chrome team, get your browser up to date. Time to go back to Firefox until the 64 bit Chrome is available.