New Iron-Version: 13.0.800.1 Stable for Windows

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  1. Daveski17

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    My guess, bad spellchecking ... :D
     
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    Something similar happened to me when I installed Chrome (portable) after a totally thorough uninstall. It appear that Chrome picks up the "dictionary" while we're connected to the net and that it's not part of the install package. Took me quite a bit of grovelling to learn that.

    The dictionary I'm using seems to be quite strict:
    spellchecking, uninstall, grovelling ... all with the red squiggles :(
     
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    Speaking of language packs; every time I select 'British English Version' when I install Chrome portable I end up with the US version. It's a good job that I know 'Under the Hood' means 'Under the Bonnet' LOL!
     
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    There's more ...

    UPDATE to Version 13.0.800.1:
    Version 13.0.800.1 patches the last (security-)bugs.
    Additionally we have integrated a new feature: pricacy.ini (BETA). In the wake of new features such as standard activated WebGL it has become necessary to update things like the GPU-Black list from time to time automatically, as incompatible combinations of GPU + OS + driver can cause instability and (in very rare cases) system crashes. But beside that professionals who "know what they are doing" don't want this components even if there are not transporting any private data. With the privacy.ini feature it is now possible to disable these components (at your own risk). How does it work? Just download the attached privacy.ini, unzip into the Iron-directory and (re)start the browser. Attention: While pricacy.ini is active, (at the moment) no extensions can be installed from the Google page.


    I haven't tried this privacy.ini (yet) as I do really like my extensions. ;)
     
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    Chrome has a horrrrrrible spellchecker.
     
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    Well, at least it works. I can remember when you could break the #1 series Iron spellchecker just by changing it to British English! I don't know if the Australian English dictionary broke it as well though LOL. ;)
     
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    Yeah that is one thing that annoys me with Chrome. Hope they fix that up someday.
     
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