Hell yeah! The combo box scroll is finally working again. Please Chrome do not repeat that kind of amateur bug and let the beta stays beta as long as needed to detect/fix those primary things ! It's been a real pain in the...
peacekeeper.futuremark.com test does still not work. Webgl has wrong colours and hardware acceleration does not work. How can big company like google mess stable channel like this?
Scroll wheel still unresponsive.Windows 7 home premium, ThinkPad T410, USB mouse.
Checkerboard when scrolling has reappeared :(sNo way to turn it off via flags.
Text of custom themes on the "new tab" page goes white again. That worked in the previous stable build!
Just updated to the latest version, thanks for the bug fix with the scroll. Keep up the great job guys and gals :)Jay W
edit: scroll whell don´t work !!!! win 8.1 x64 DX11. Mouse PS2
intermitantly - web pages only display solid blackubuntu 12.04
intermittently - web pages only display solid blackthen - after closing all chrome windows - chrome process continues to run- consuming 80%+ of cpuubuntu 12.04
Same issue from 32.0.1700.76:http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/2014/01/stable-channel-update.html?showComment=1390258370994#c8137411888373966346Same as old9 above. Open a recently closed window. It "shows blank page even when contents are all loaded and rendered". If I load the google homepage and page back to the blank page, now it is displaying properly. This is tiring.http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.com/2014/01/stable-channel-update.html?showComment=1390008607658#c7965073855911975227AcerWindows Vista SP2 32-bit4 GB RAMIntel Core 2 Quad CPU Q9400 2.66GHZ
Checkerboard came back with scrolling and they got rid of this experiment "GPU compositing on all pages" which i had always set to disable, it really stabilized my browser and sped everything up, and that option is gone now from flags. Why? Seriously stop
Same issue from 32.0.1700.76:Can't resize "Edit Bookmark" window. This used to work for 31.0 and before.AcerWindows Vista SP2 32-bit4 GB RAMIntel Core 2 Quad CPU Q9400 2.66GHZ
How can i turn off gpu compositing on all pages now without that flag? That was the cause of all of my problems and you just brought back the monster.
Found out how to go back to old version of chrome temporarily. navigate through appdata - local - google - chrome - application, and double click on old_chrome to launch to version before this update. As you can see in my screenshot it is IMPORTANT that you bring back gpu compositing flag, as i really rely on that. Take a look thank you, http://imgur.com/krba559
Were there any changes to touch gestures?Updated and now a swipe left or right sends you back or forward. Not a gesture I want within a web app.
I now, with this update, seem to be getting two identical tabs opening whenever I click on a web link in an email message in Thunderbird (which hasn't updated since December, so it's not that).
Version 32.0.1700.102 m (Windows) -- scrollwheel intermittently invokes the zoom function, making the browser virtually unusable.I suppose this is linked to the removal/breaking of OS widgets for scrolling.
@Smitty: you can add command line switch at the end of the shortcut to the "chrome.exe" file, as follows:"...chrome.exe" --disable-gpu-compositingFor more details, please have a look here:Run Chromium with flags.
add command line switch at the end of the shortcut to the "chrome.exe" file, as follows:"...chrome.exe" --disable-gpu-compositing Thanks, fixed this issue. How many other users will be able to find this fix??
I suppose that's not the issue then. I added the command switch and i'm still getting checkerboard while scrolling most pages and switching tabs / opening a new tab produces extreme lag. Yet when i use the old version of chrome with compositing disabled all my problems are fixed and they reappear when enabled on 31.0.1700.102. I wonder if there is a new experiment or something else new that got added to 32.0.1700.102I am on windows7 x64 / older intel chipset
oops i meant older version 31.0.1650.63
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