New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby slayerr » Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:19 am

some youtube videos only play on 360p, when it can be seen in 720p or 1080p in chrome.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby lino316 » Tue Apr 29, 2014 4:30 am

redrocket wrote:I'm also getting Shockwave Flash Player crashes. I've got the latest flash player update (v13). Using Win 7.

Here's the error message:

Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: chrome.exe
Application Version: 34.0.1847.116
Application Timestamp: 535a70bc
Fault Module Name: chrome_child.dll
Fault Module Version: 34.0.1847.116
Fault Module Timestamp: 53579195
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 010b5f7a
OS Version: 6.1.7600.2.0.0.256.1
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 0a9e
Additional Information 2: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789
Additional Information 3: 0a9e
Additional Information 4: 0a9e372d3b4ad19135b953a78882e789


Try removing flash 13 and installing 12.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby barabian » Tue Apr 29, 2014 7:20 am

The 34 version of the browser is almost completely unusable becuase of shockwave flash crash.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby ja_pizgam » Tue Apr 29, 2014 8:20 am

Still there is a problem with the plug AdBlock and YT. When it is enabled (I'm using the latest SRWare Iron), it is available only 360p quality, or you can change the quality, but do not block ads on videos. I note that Google Chrome does not have this problem.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby Ferric Oxide » Tue Apr 29, 2014 9:31 am

I've been using Iron for a number of years and occasionally lurking here, but thought I would finally sign up and contribute. The latest version is working for me, but with some stability problems with Flash content (see below). Most of this is at the mercy of the Chromium source, and you can see the complaints over in the development bug reports. It's an ugly mess out there, HTML-5, Blink vs. WebKit, etc., and everyone wishes that Flash would just go away - except for those patented MPEG4 codecs.

One good thing is that the scroll buttons are back, after having been taken away in the last few releases.

1. Flash Player Problems

Some may find that an earlier supported version of Adobe Flash Player might be more stable. Adobe currently supports 13.0.0.206 (4/28/2014) and 11.7.700.279 (4/28/2014).

If you are going to try the 11.7 version make sure you uninstall the later Flash Player with the uninstaller for that version (found in the zip archive), otherwise when you try to install the earlier version it will fail with a message stating that there is a later version available.

http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/ ... sions.html

2. MMX, SSE, SSE2 Instructions

The latest Iron-version 34.0.1850.0 does indeed refuse to run on machines that do not have the SSE2 instructions. It will install, but refuses to run necessitating dropping back a version or so. You may have to delete your profiles and allow Iron to recreate them in order to get the earlier version to work.

SSE2 was included in Pentium M processors (a Pentium III CPU grafted to a Pentium 4 fsb), and all P4's. P-III's included SSE, and P-II's included MMX. All previous versions of Iron that I've used would run on a Pentium II.

3. Uninstalling Iron - Can only be done on a 64-bit Machine

Not that anyone would want to, but that's the message I got when I tried to uninstall Iron 34.0.1850.0 on a 32-bit (WinXP) machine. The uninstaller seems to only run on a 64-bit machine.


SRWare has the right idea, and the right combination of built-in features like the simple adblock that gets the job done quickly without burdensome addons. The Chromium project just needs to get its act together.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby redrocket » Tue Apr 29, 2014 2:48 pm

lino316 wrote:Try removing flash 13 and installing 12.


Just tested v12...still crashing.
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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby biggerdave » Tue Apr 29, 2014 2:55 pm

virgin.net email problems

Just rec'd this from virgin:-

Act now to make sure you can log in to Google services.
Hello,
From the 7th May 2014 you will no longer be able to use your virgin.net email address to log in to any Google services including YouTube, Chrome and Maps. This is due to changes that Google has made which mean that you can no longer access their services in your usual way.
But don't worry, all you have to do is alter the email address you use to log in before the 7th May. And there are two easy ways to do this:
1. If you have an alternative email address that's not a virgin.net address, you can use this to log in. Click here for a 'How To' video on doing this.

2. If you haven't got an alternative email address you'll need to create a new Google Gmail address to access your Google account. Click here for a 'How To' video on doing this.


You need to make these changes before the 7th May.
These changes will only affect how you log in to Google services, and not how you access your email in any way. You'll be able to continue using your virgin.net email as normal.

For a full list of Google services affected by this change, click here.

An update on unwanted emails
On Wednesday 16th April 2014, we sent out an email about changes to Google services that unfortunately resulted in a number of our customers receiving a large volume of unwanted emails.
The issue was a result of human error and we now have new systems in place to make sure it doesn't happen again.
We'd like to take this opportunity to say sorry for any inconvenience it might have caused.
Kind regards,

The Virgin Media team


Does this affect SRware Iron too incl google search?
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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby perosmc » Wed Apr 30, 2014 10:16 am

It's stable 100%, works flawlessly for me, everything goes blazing fast and smoothly.

Also everything is corrected on this matter with default browser and links shortcuts with your fix viewtopic.php?f=18&t=7721

keep it up at this direction for both your browser and fixes, you're doing great, and after many years of using your software, I've registered only to say thank you and give my user experience.!
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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby reporter » Wed Apr 30, 2014 10:22 am

eror mssg
not a valid win 32 application

tried 2nd time and got error message from before
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Re: New Iron-Version: 34.0.1850.0 Stable for Windows

Postby ini5o » Wed Apr 30, 2014 12:07 pm

As with the previous version, it keeps crashing due to flash, but now it's worse. Instead of merely getting the "Shockwave Flash has crashed" prompt, I am now getting the navy "Aw, Snap" page and sometimes the browser just becomes non-responsive.

Switching to Epic or the updated Firefox.
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