Confirming DarksideEE7Does not happen any more in Chromium 18.0.1025.142 (Developer Build 0 Linux)
Hi all:I'm accessing a website which need authentication to use my camera and microphone(a flash application)A small flash window pops up and ask me Allow or DenyMy problem is that I can not click on these buttons.I can navigate the buttons by tab or arrowsbut I can not click allow.
truthe wrote:yea, it agitated me to see this removed. now I scroll far too slowly in chromium. Could someone interpret #33974 for me? Is it possible to get this functionality back? I don't know anything about patching. Thanks.I don't want to maintain this, but here goes: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/chro … oll-pixelsEDIT: If you don't want t
i know that chromium needs HW acceleration on to run properly, so i exclude the idea to disable it (if it's possible) through advanced settings.my idea is to create a simple script which substitute the chromium launcher, this is my idea, or better a workaround:launch chromium;
when chromium stops -> echo OFF > /...bla.../...bla.../something
orschiro wrote:That would be a motivation to try Chrome instead of Chromium. Is it possible to seamlessly change from the latter to the prior keeping my current profile?chrome/chromium's integrated sync feature can sync all your bookmarks/settings/extensions/apps/passwords
Thank you for your help Gcool, tweaking the different settings 'Under the hood' sped chromium up and back on par (a bit faster now) with firefox on my setup.Edit: Also took a look at the link provided, I wonder if it will ever be 'fixed' (not that it's broken).
I updated Chromium in 12.04 with apt-get from the official repositories and chromium-browser --version say Chromium 20.0.1132.47 Ubuntu 12.04. but "About Chromium" from the browser itself say 18.0.1025.168 (Developer Build 134367 Linux) Ubuntu 12.04