OK-> 28.1.0a1 (64-bit) Build ID 20180914

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OK-> 28.1.0a1 (64-bit) Build ID 20180914

Unread postby JoeyG » Sun, 16 Sep 2018, 13:13

Just updated to latest unstable (portable version). Appears to work fine. :D
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Re: OK-> 28.1.0a1 (64-bit) Build ID 20180914

Unread postby New Tobin Paradigm » Sun, 16 Sep 2018, 13:51

And? so? additionally?
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Re: OK-> 28.1.0a1 (64-bit) Build ID 20180914

Unread postby Nightbird » Sun, 16 Sep 2018, 14:34

more "agile"
(unstable - portable win7-32 bits)
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Re: OK-> 28.1.0a1 (64-bit) Build ID 20180914

Unread postby JoeyG » Sun, 16 Sep 2018, 15:13

New Tobin Paradigm wrote:And? so? additionally?
And I'm very happy. So I thank all the nice people who worked on it. Additionally, I thank God for giving me good health so that I can use this nice browser and enjoy my Sunday with my wife and my cats.
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Re: OK-> 28.1.0a1 (64-bit) Build ID 20180914

Unread postby Moonchild » Sun, 16 Sep 2018, 18:24

New Tobin Paradigm wrote:And? so? additionally?

I think they are feeling the more responsive/snappier result of the telemetry culling (and other performance increasing code changes in the works for the next release).
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Re: OK-> 28.1.0a1 (64-bit) Build ID 20180914

Unread postby Nightbird » Sun, 16 Sep 2018, 18:44

Yes, the difference is noticeable.
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