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This is a discussion on Chrome 5.0.322.2 Dev within the Chrome Talk section, part of the Google Chrome category: The dev channel has been updated to 5.0.322.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms Originally Posted by googlechromereleases.blogspot.com (exerpt) All ...


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    Default Chrome 5.0.322.2 Dev

    The dev channel has been updated to 5.0.322.2 for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms

    Quote Originally Posted by googlechromereleases.blogspot.com (exerpt)
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    * Don't crash when a theme specifies a nonexistent image. (Issue: 31719)

    Mac
    * Add local storage nodes to the cookie manager (Issue: 33068)

    Linux
    * Implement content blocking address bar icons and bubbles (Issue: 33314)

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    * Chrome for Linux and Mac OS 10.6 can now run Native Client modules directly, no plugin required. To enable this features, run Chrome with the following command line flags --internal-nacl --enable-gpu-plugin --no-sandbox.

    Extensions
    * Don't crash when extensions use cookie. (Issue: 34649)

    Known Issues
    Linux: Crash when editing a bookmark in the bookmark manager (Issue: 35438)
    All: Chrome doesn't show popup blocker bubble (Issue: 35594)
    Mac/Linux: Can't save cookie settings (Issue: 35307)
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    Anyone know where to access the "content blocking address bar icons and bubbles"? Can't find it.
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    Eemmmm... When a popup is blocked an icon shows in the omnibar where you can click it to choose to show only this time/for this website the popup (so it was in previous versions)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mg2 View Post
    Eemmmm... When a popup is blocked an icon shows in the omnibar where you can click it to choose to show only this time/for this website the popup (so it was in previous versions)
    Aw man is that all it means. I was hoping it would allow blocking of images by URL and stuff. Guess I'm stuck with adblock for that.
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    The popup blocker is not working on 100% whre should i complain
    It doesn't work on this testing example http://www.popuptest.com/popuptest8.html
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    The content blocker seems to go by the host and doesnt even seem to have any wildcard support...bumma, my hopes where so much higher...still, who knows what might happen in the future.

    The popup blocker is definitely letting stuff through, hope they fix that in the next release.

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    1. Click the Page menu .
    2. Select Report a bug or broken website.
    3. Choose an issue type from the drop-down menu. The web address of the webpage you're on is recorded automatically.
    4. If possible, add key details in the 'Description' field, including steps to reproduce the issue you're experiencing.
    5. Keep 'Send source of current page' and 'Send screenshot of current page' checkboxes selected.
    6. Click the Send report button to report a Google Chrome bug.

    Note, you won't see a confirmation but please be assured that your report has been logged.
    or, this....
    http://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/list

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