Today’s snapshot fixes the issue with videos on Windows (present in the last two snapshots), meaning that autoupdate can now be re-enabled.
Today’s snapshot introduces the two new features for the upcoming stable release, configurable menus and a new, more advanced notes manager.
Today’s snapshot moves our snapshot stream to Chromium 83. With such a big engine upgrade, expect some regressions.
Today’s snapshot moves our snapshot stream past stable and begins the work towards the next version.
Today’s snapshot is to test a few critical fixes for a minor update to 3.0.
Today’s snapshot is the third release candidate for 3.0 for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot is the second release candidate for 3.0 for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 3.0 for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot includes new features for the clock and popout video, plus some address bar improvements.
Today’s snapshot includes a further fixes to the popout video and a minor update to Chromium.
Today’s snapshot includes a number of improvements to the Popout video progress bar and bumps the major version number to reflect the significant new features and changes, for our upcoming stable release.
Blocked elements can sometimes leave pages looking incompletely loaded, so from this snapshot we attempt to hide elements broken by blocking rules. There is also a new silent update option for macOS.