Google Chrome 5.0.322.2 released in dev channel

Google Chrome 5.0.322.2 released in dev channel

Google Chrome developers have released a new build for the users on dev channel.

This release is for all the three platforms: Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.

Changelog:

All

[r38242] Don’t crash when a theme specifies a nonexistent image. (Issue: 31719)

Mac
[r38319] Honor modifiers for clicks on home button – cmd-clicking the home button now opens your home page in a new tab. (Issue: 34900)
[r38204] Implemented writing direction context menu in text input fields.
[r38504] Add local storage nodes to the cookie manager (Issue: 33068)

Linux
[r38320] Use of Freetype’s emboldening for fonts that don’t provide bold. Fixes the sometimes blurry bold fonts. (Issue: 22360)
[r38372] Can now drag and drop bookmarks from Firefox. (Issue: 34141)
[r38246] Implement content blocking address bar icons and bubbles (Issue: 33314)

Native Client
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.
Platform-independent NPAPI extensions for 2D, 3D, and mouse/keyboard events are now available.
We’d like to hear from you. Please send feedback to native-client-discuss@googlegroups.com,

Extensions
[r38239] Don’t crash when extensions use cookie. (Issue: 34649)
[r38407] Preserve order of browser actions across extension autoupdate. (Issue: 33401)
Implemented overflow and reordering of browser actions (this was actually in the last update, but missed the release notes)

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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