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Frankenchrist    5

There's a couple new switches being worked on in the Chromium nightly builds that (hopefully) will make it to Chrome soonish.

--enable-gpu-rendering

--enable-video-layering

Seems hardware acceleration will be in Chrome shortly. Yey!

--new-wrench-menu

Also in the works is an unified app wrench where they move the current page icon and menu to the right of the Go button into the wrench. One icon less will make it even more compact. Only available in Linux builds at the moment though.

Hope this isn't old news.

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DoGooder    0

Is this already enabled in Chromium or do you have to enable it somehow?

Do I paste both of those in the shrotcut?

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Evolution    16

--new-wrench-menu doesn't seem to work.

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dead.cell    1,883

Look forward to seeing what all comes from this. :yes:

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Jase    119

any updates on this? also is there a tutorial for Mac users?

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bjoswald    210

Will be nice when this becomes enabled by default.

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LightShadow    39

Just want to note, for the new unified wrench. Even though they have not said anything about it. It works on Windows. In the latest Chromium build I added "--new-wrench-menu". And it actually works and is pretty neat :D

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ToneKnee    279

Any more news about Direct2D/DirectWrite?

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Evolution    16

Is there a way to determine if video layering and gpu acceleration are actually enabled when you add the flag?

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Udedenkz    51

You know, if a browser got a new feature, it is a custom to post benchmarks, pictures ....

So, where are the pics? Where are the benchmarks?

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