Adobe Flash Player 11.7 stable, which fixes the issues with the failing copy shortcut (Ctrl+C). Furthermore, font rendering when viewing Flash content should now be okay on Mac OS.
The developer also announced that the fresh Chrome release includes overall stability improvements.
On Windows, if the data folder is non-existent, the user is shown the dialog for choosing the data directory before creating the local state. By doing this, a check failure is avoided. Once the new location is obtained, Chrome is restarted with the “--user-data-dir” included in the command line.
The position of the “Print” command in the context menu of a selected text has been moved lower, just above the spacer, as it was in earlier versions of the browser. This makes access to the “Search Google for,” a function used more frequently, much easier.
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