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Forum Thread: Chrome 10.x

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Mas Vejle Chrome 10.x
Member 7th May, 2011 19:00
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Will not download Chrome 10.x

Maurice Joyce RE: Chrome 10.x
Handling Contributor 7th May, 2011 19:18
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Not exactly sure what you want. There is a great deal on Chrome issues here:

http://secunia.com/community/forum/?forum=2&vendor...

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mogs RE: Chrome 10.x
Expert Contributor 7th May, 2011 19:21
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Hello.
A new Chrome Stable version was released yesterday....see below :-
Beta and Stable Channel Update
| 15:38
Labels: Beta updates, Stable updates
The Beta and Stable channels have been updated to 11.0.696.65 for the Macintosh, Windows, Linux and Chrome Frame platforms

The following bugs were fixed:
After deleting bookmarks on the Bookmark managers, the bookmark bar doesn't display properly with existing bookmarks. (Issue 80580).
About Google Chrome window shows unknown channel for 11.0.696.57 (Issue 80683).
Chrome/Mac seems to clobber focus when uploading attachments to Gmail with the flash-based uploader (Issue 77172).
Also included is an updated version of Flash Player 10.2.


If you havn't already; you can easily update by clicking on the Wrench/Spanner ( top right corner of Chrome itself ) and then clicking on About Google Chrome.
The previous/older file/version is not usually removed....it is that which psi continues to detect until removed....and advises to update even tho' you may have already done so. So, whenever you update Chrome, remove the earlier version. If you are not sure how to accomplish this, please post back to the forum again

Hope this helps.....regards,

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xyzzy Chrome 11.x (was: Chrome 10.x)
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The stable version of Chrome is now (May, 13) at 11.0.696.68 and includes Flash 10.3.181.14 -- I'll (try to) change the subject of this thread.
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