Google Chrome 5.0.335.1 BetaThe devs must have been on high octane drinks. Another version everyday?
Google Chrome 5.0.335.1 Beta
|* resolve the crash related to dragging.|
* Extension content scripts no longer run multiple times after fragment (ie #hash) navigations (Issue:35924)
* Early version of Geolocation API now available with following caveats:
- To enable, run the browser with --enable-geolocation
- Wifi based location is only supported on Windows and Mac (not OSX 10.6 for now)
- Permissions are not persisted (will re-prompt every time) and associated UI is incomplete.
i doubt any QA is involved in the Devchannel builds at all in the first place
|* An integrated Adobe Flash Player Plug-in. We're integrating Adobe Flash Player 10.1.51.95 (10.1 beta 3) with Google Chrome so that you don't have to install it or worry about keeping it up-to-date. To use the bundled Flash Player plug-in, add --enable-internal-flash to your command line or shortcut for starting Google Chrome.
* A basic plug-in manager. The aboutlugins page now lets you disable any plug-in from loading on all web pages.
* [r42843] Fixed a bug with incognito extensions like RSS Subscription. (Issue: 39351)
* [r42400] Will no longer automatically offer to translate in incognito mode. (Issue: 38107)
* [r42981] Fix file upload code to not hang the HTTP session when the file is unreadable. (Issue: 30850)
|- Fix crashes.|
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