|Chrome 35 Released|
|Written by Ian Elliot|
|Thursday, 22 May 2014|
The Chrome 35 beta was notable for several enhancements targeted at developers. It has now been promoted to the stable version, but not all of its features are included.
The list of fixes and improvements in Chrome 35 for Windows, Mac and Linux provided by Karen Grünberg on the Chrome Releases Blog is:
The enhancement that has progressed is that web content on desktop computers will now receive mouse scroll wheel events with the ctrlKey modifier set, which gives devs the freedom to do something other than simply zooming.
The one that has been delayed is the touch-action CSS property, which provides a mechanism to selectively disable touch scrolling, pinch-zooming, or double-tap-zooming on web content.
Three payouts of $1000 were made, one for a flaw rated High:
and two for Medium ones:
Another Medium bug was awarded a payout of $500:
Chrome 35 for Android has also been released. Its features include:
Having tested the Chromecast functionality with the edX and FutureLearn platforms, I can now view MOOC videos on a full screen TV rather than my Android which is helpful.
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