- Chrome Issues [2 Updates]
- Artist <firstname.lastname@example.org> Apr 14 11:27AM -0500
Chrome seems like a pretty capable browser, but there are still some very
serious issues that are unresolved. However, I want to make sure that
everyone else is dealing with the same issues, as it seems to me that there
would be no way it can be taken seriously as a browser unless these issues
are addressed and fixed... or maybe there is an extension that does it.
Anyway, IE9 is incapable as a browser, to me. And with FF screwing up all
over the place now, and people seeming to like Chrome, I at least want 1
browser that works. With the Chrome support in this group and me being a
relatively new user (on a daily depends-on-it all the time basis), and
Chrome owning the Mobile (psuedo-linux) platform on Android with Safari
(also a webkit browser) owning the Apple iPhone/iPad mobile platform, I
thought someone might help me find extensions that may fix the problems I
- Pop-up windows (tool tips, balloons, help blurbs, etc...) often show
BEHIND video or Flash components (not very helpful).
- Improper display of Flash components (they are displayed at first, but
at the wrong width/height, or don't collapse; when they don't fit, they
disappear from the display).
- Excruciating long start-up. Long time to start, long time to load
pages, long time to show the new tab page with most frequented pages.
- Doesn't seem to want to be the default browser (not handling the
hand-off from other apps to display links in the default browser very
quickly (real slow!!!).
- Doesn't seem to like Flash at all.
If you guys know of any fixes, please let me know, IE9 is still user
frustrating (clicking Back 4 times quickly or more just to go back one
page) and FF has become unusable as a development tool with absolute
stupidity in displaying pages. I need something to actually work. Oh, and
I am also willing to listen to alternatives if they will actually work and
- Liam Kenneth <email@example.com> Apr 14 09:31PM +0100
Im not experiencing the slowness but I no longer use it in web development.
I found it don't show certain css errors. so it looks great in Webkit
browsers but in Firefox the design might be slightly wrong. So I know use
firefox for dev but chrome for browsing, it's definitely fast for me.
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