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I'm already seeing pages load differently (better). I used to get weird lines of html for a second or so before the page loaded (especially at any BBC.com page)  (Y)

 

Context menu still misbehaves though. It's obvious that isn't the context menu I should be getting.

 

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I'm already seeing pages load differently (better). I used to get weird lines of html for a second or so before the page loaded (especially at any BBC.com page)  (Y)

 

Context menu still misbehaves though. It's obvious that isn't the context menu I should be getting.

 

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Used mouse right click (Logitech G400S with latest driver) and keyboard context menu button, here is GIF:

 

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Oh, I have the Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 3000 v2.0 with the proper drivers installed (came through Windows Update).

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Oh, I have the Microsoft Wireless Keyboard 3000 v2.0 with the proper drivers installed (came through Windows Update).

 

Which addons you have, might be some using chrome.contextmenu api wrongly, which could be triggering it. Try disabling them.

 

These are the latest drivers: http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/en-us/d/wireless-keyboard-3000v2.0

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Already had that version installed, and extensions are something I don't chop and change.. Will try disabling one by one and see the results though.. starting with Firebug :P

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Think it might be to do with the Firebug lite extension. The context menu has been fine since I disabled it.

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Chrome For Android 39 has been released. i see 

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Looks like Chrome 39 for Windows/Mac/Linux isn't quite ready yet for the stable channel as they've released another beta build.

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Looks like Chrome 39 for Windows/Mac/Linux isn't quite ready yet for the stable channel as they've released another beta build.

my guess is they'll release Chrome 39 to the stable channel friday 

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DirectWrite rendering enabled in Chrome UI now:

 

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Enable DirectWrite for font metrics and font rendering in Chrome UI on Windows by default.

We have a switch --disable-directwrite-for-ui to switch back to GDI.

 

Bug: https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=389649

 

Commit: https://chromium.googlesource.com/chromium/src/+/e047d110147f0d207aa84b567a1b2f8734294dcc

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Hm i would like to disable directwrite for ChromeUI, how do i do that?

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Read Zlip792's post again, there's a switch to disable it.

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Hm i would like to disable directwrite for ChromeUI, how do i do that?

no offense but try actually reading the previous post that talks about it because it's literally listed there on the second line how to disable it

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New Bookmark Settings in Chromium 41.0.2247.0:

 

- No change in bookmark bar

 

- Star Look + Drop down menu

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- Bookmark Manager greets with this

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- Scroll or click on banner, we are greeted with this new visual bookmark like screen (non personal so posting one pic below)

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Now if only they would make bookmarks properly accessible from the toolbar! All the 3rd party extensions I've seen just do not cut it.

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The star is no longer in the addressbar 

 

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The star is no longer in the addressbar 

 

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For me, it is. Field trial finch experiment?

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I had Chrome v40 installed but there are major issues with CKEditor v4.x which we use in our CMS meaning I had to downgrade to the stable channel. It is a javascript related bug, so I can't use it right now :(

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For me, it is. Field trial finch experiment?

 I use Chromium 307862 chromium-browser-continuous

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 I use Chromium 307862 chromium-browser-continuous

 

I use chromium-browser-snapshots build 307877. 32-bit Chromium builds.

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The hell? That's the new bookmark system from Opera? Why is Chrome using it now, I thought everyone used stuff from Chrome and not vice versa lol

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Nice thing that if addon or extension extends their permission, Chromium disable them automatically, I don't know whether its new or not but great call.

 

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- Communicate with Cooperating Sites (*rings bell for me*)

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this landed a while ago, the win32k lockdown flag, interesting read for the security interested people: https://codereview.chromium.org/669623005/

 

Enables or disables the Win32K process mitigation policy for renderer processes which prevents them from invoking user32 and gdi32 system calls which enter the kernel. This is only supported on Windows 8 and beyond. ?

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M42 cut off happened now expect Chrome 40 Stable soon.

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The Google chrome 64bit browser has been updated

 

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