Thursday, December 13, 2012

Dev Channel Update

The Dev channel has been updated to 25.0.1359.3 for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chrome Frame. This update contains a number of stability fixes. A full list of changes in this build is 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.

Jason Kersey
Google Chrome

18 comments:

REO said...

Thanks Google Dev Team! :)

rt said...
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John Jj said...

Oh, There is still a problem with Chrome Themes and Google Search is not necessary because omnibar already doing that.
Please Fix it.

Michael Zhang said...

which is time zone for release?

sL1pKn07 said...

howto download the last snapshot?

http://commondatastorage.googleapis.com/chromium-browser-official/ not found 25.0.1359.3

antimouse said...

Chrome is not connecting to any website.
And it's not only in my computer. Please verify that and, if possible, release an update asap.
Thanks!

Jim Kirk said...

Flash crashes galore in this update.

Rob Alm said...

Evry time i close Chrome in metro-mode (windows 8)i get a annoying "pling sound"

This problem have been in the 3 latest DEV-builds.

Evan said...

I've gotten the new tab page. I don't see "Other Devices", and I use that regularly.

Ramin MT said...

Hi,
I don't it's my problem or no but recently when I open a new tabs I see its page have changed and now it seems different the most important problem now I have is that I can't see my other devices open tabs
what can I do?

war59312 said...

This build is broken.

Constantly using disk i/o of around 60 MBs.

mendres82 said...

This build is constantly crashing for me when using autofill forms with new autofill UI enabled. Turning this option off still crashing on some sites, sometimes only one tab, sometimes the whole browser.
NTP is kind of useless now and same goes for omnibox searches. It is not possible to use the back button after clicking one link in the result list.

Claus said...

Tabs hang or crash on sites using flash (like youtube or those with flash ads). Omnibox search results are not put into browsing history so returning from a page opened from results leads to NTP not to results.

What exactly is meant by "extensions interacting with this page"? Interacting in which way?

When supporting Chrome dev team by using Chrome Dev channel I'd expect some explanations and a word or two on what's new or has been fixed in a release, guys! Kersey is a bit too much on the close-mouthed side.

天狼殿下 said...

Is there anyway to disable the new tab style?
I'm using my netbook which with resolution at 1024x600,
when I open the new tab I can't see the bottom bookmarks' lab.
I've to press F11 to enter the fullscreen mod if I want to tap the bookmark in new tab screen...

Alexander Naoumovitch said...

- No recently closed tabs button on new tab page
- No other devices button on new tab page
- Unnecessarily huge Google logo on new tab page
- Unneeded search field on new tab page which disappears and switches focus to omnibar when you start typing which is extremely confus
- Overall the real estate on the new tab page is not used in a very efficient manner - lots of white space, very small thumbnails
- When I have a page opened and start typing something in the omnibox, my bookmarks bar suddenly disappears

Overall, large step back in usability.

Chris Jones said...

The new New Tab Page is much less functional than the old one. The web apps listing is now wasting a great deal of space compared to the old one. I can't seem to reorder the apps where I could before. I no longer have a recently closed tabs listing. It seems that other functionality is now gone as well.

Evan said...

Keep in mind that you are on the dev channel. By definition, features may be experimental and/or unfinished.

This doesn't make any change any less annoying, though, and your feedback is surely important.

There is a Recent Tabs item in the Chrome menu. It also contains the Other Devices tab selection, but I only see 4 tabs for each device.

Tonto Epstein said...

You guys invented Chrome about 45 years ago, but you still haven't bothered to fix any of the litany of Flash crashes. How can any company have so many incredibly intelligent inventors that concurrently are so freakin' lazy and stupid. What's worst, you guys clearly don't care about the issue that continues to be the elephant in the room. I don't get it.