A few days after the first Chromium builds with build number 6 appeared on the public Chromium release repository Google Chrome 6 dev was released. The dev version is the cutting edge version of the Chrome browser which often includes experimental features and bugs that need to be sorted out before the beta and stable versions of the web browser are released.
The beta channel, more stable than the dev channel, is currently offered as version 5.x while the stable channel is still offered as version 4.x. This does not necessarily mean that there are lots of feature differences between the web browsers.
Google Chrome 6.0.401.1 Dev for Windows, Linux and Mac can be downloaded and installed directly from the browser’s check for updates function.
Donâ€™t prepend scheme on copying an incomplete hostname. (Issue 43585)
Much better display/eliding of RTL and mixed-direction strings in the omnibox dropdown. (Issue 41716)
Make sure scheme is prepended to addresses that are cut (as opposed to copied) from the omnibox. (Issue 43569)
Fixed rendering of monospaced fonts on Linux (Issue 43252)
Hitting enter in some form fields does not submit the form. This will be fixed in the next Dev release.
Users who have not installed Google Chrome dev yet can download the latest build directly from the Chromium website.
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