One other change Google introduced in Chrome 24 is that Bookmarks are now searched by title when typing into the Omnibox. Matching bookmarks are shown in the autocomplete suggestions pop-down list, with matching done by prefix.
That about wraps it up for what's new. Bear in mind that Chrome follows a rapid-release schedule, therefore new builds aren't as feature packed as they once were.
Updating now. Can't wait to experience all this bug-fixy goodness.
I hope this takes care of my 'Shockwave has crashed' error messages.
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Ugh, that's frustrating, isn't it? You're probably rocking two versions of Flash, the one baked into Chrome and the OS version. I disabled Chrome's Flash plugin and have been golden ever since. You can do this by:
1. Type "about:plugins" in the Omnibar (no quotes)
2. Look under the heading for Adobe Flash Player. If you see 2 entries, continue.
3. Disable the one that starts with "C:\Users..." and restart Chrome.
Erg...tonight I got the same error message again: "Shockwave Flash has crashed". I'll try your suggestion and see if it works for me, Paul. Interestingly I never received an e-mail that you had replied to this thread. I wonder if the HH e-mail delivery system is down as I haven't received an e-mail since January 6th!
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