Here is a list of current bug with the Google Chrome Browser:
Google Sites and Product Issues
Spreadsheets – When you click in one cell, it sometimes focuses on another cell above it. This problem seems most prevalent after doing copy and paste. Close and reload the spreadsheet. This usually resolves the issue.
Docs – Comments don’t work as expected. Pressing Ctrl+M doesn’t insert a comment. When you use the menu to insert a comment and start typing, your text is outside the comment. Use the menu to insert a comment. Click inside the comment to focus it before typing.
Calendar – The day is scrolled up to midnight after you edit an event. We know about this and don’t currently have a fix.
Calendar – If you create an all day event between Friday and Sunday, the event will be one day longer than intended. We know about this and don’t currently have a fix.
Docs – ‘Also editing now’ message redraws multiple times when you scroll. The Docs team will try to work around this in a future release; the real bug is in the WebKit open source project and has not been fixed, yet.
The English (US) dictionary is installed by default for all languages. To use another dictionary, choose one from ‘Under the Hood’ tab in Google Chrome options. It will automatically download the next time you enter text in an editable area. This issue will be resolved in an upcoming release.
‘Find in page’ sometimes fails to find entries on very long pages and in editable text areas. We know about this and don’t currently have a fix.
Sometimes your laptop won’t go to sleep when Google Chrome is running. Close Google Chrome before closing the lid or putting your laptop to sleep.
Error responses from some proxies are truncated. When an error message is loaded, the explanatory text that follows is abruptly cut off. We know about this and don’t currently have a fix.
Google Chrome doesn’t honor the ‘bypass proxies for these addresses’ list in the Windows’ Internet Options control panel. We know about this and don’t currently have a fix.
Performing searches take a long time, and I see “Resolving proxy…” in the lower-left of the window.
This can occur when your proxy settings are set to “Automatically detect.” To change this setting, go to Tools > Options > “Under the hood” in Google Chrome, and click “Change proxy settings.” Then click “LAN settings” in the new window, and un-check “Automatically detect.” You may need to restart your computer for the settings to take effect.
Google Chrome does not support SSL client authentication. We know about this and don’t currently have a fix.
Scrolling is delayed on pages with a lot of plugins (e.g. embedded video or flash). We know about this and don’t currently have a fix.
‘An additional plugin is required to display some elements on this page’. This message appears when you need a plugin but Google Chrome cannot tell what plugin is needed. We’re working on making this a better experience.
Site Display Issues
Unable to remove an entry from Most Visited list. Deleting your history and all the other entries in Most Visited is the only way to fix this right now.
When you open an RSS feed or xml file, it only shows the raw XML data. Use View Source to see the data with better formatting.
Google Chrome’s fixed width font is tiny on some sites. We know about this and don’t currently have a fix.
You can read and report Chrome Bugs here