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    Default Google Chrome 29 Now Out As Stable

    Phoronix: Google Chrome 29 Now Out As Stable

    Google released their stable Chrome 29 web-browser on Tuesday...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTQ0MDg

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    Now font in the address bar looks weird.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtKun View Post
    Now font in the address bar looks weird.
    On Ubuntu 13.04 I get jiggling text with every other character typed in the address bar. I don't have this problem on Fedora 18. I've also noticed a new bug (regression) with sizing divs that have "display: table". It sometimes doesn't always encapsulate the contents even with a fixed size.

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    YouTube with HTML5 works fine in Firefox, but on Chromium on Ubuntu the videos don't load.


    By the way, this "restore to default settings" button is great on friend's spyware-ridden computer that have Chrome infested with toolbars and modified startpage, etc.
    Last edited by uid313; 08-21-2013 at 05:04 AM.

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    Default WebRTC yay!

    WebRTC yay!

    Good that there's WebRTC support in Android. It's always good with more software supporting it. Just today I communicated with somebody with WebRTC on bistri. Bistri has a few problems but other than those, I chatted perfectly well(the bottleneck was his unreliable wifi connection) with him on the mobile phone(through bistri's app) and I on my computer Firefox 23 with WebRTC (VP8 and Opus) on my end. Firefox I think with their latest release, rel 23, for the mobile also had support for WebRTC. Good that Chromium followed up on that, or should I say Chrome?

    Quote Originally Posted by uid313 View Post
    YouTube with HTML5 works fine in Firefox, but on Chromium on Ubuntu the videos don't load.
    Chrome which is based on Chromium source comes bundled with Adobe Flash. That's maybe a reason why the focus is less on HTML5.
    Last edited by powdigsig; 08-21-2013 at 06:45 AM. Reason: Grammar always gets my attention for some reason. I'm good at proofreading :D

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