by Randy Spangler
Some quirks were introduced and some annoyances were fixed with recent updates to the Chrome browser.
The first thing I noticed yesterday was that the arrows on the Chrome scrollbar (on both the horizontal and vertical plane) are now AWOL. Gone. Vamoose. Nada. I didn't really notice is so much using my mouse with a scroll wheel, but as soon as I got onto my laptop and had to use the touchpad, my normal mode of putting the pointer on the down arrow and tapping it to scroll down through a webpage was gone. I looked it up (kind of an odd thing to Google, even though Google is what caused it to happen) and I found out that an update to Chrome caused it to disappear
An annoyance removed also happened on Tuesday with Beta 32 release. Have you ever had your browser start up after a patch-induced reboot and after it opens all of the tabs that were previously active, you get an annoying audio, or worse yet, two audios, and you cannot figure out which tab is playing? Well, Chrome added a little icon at the right edge of the tab to show if the tab is hosting a video, and audio or a webcam. Check out this article