Nice update, no problems so far. Feels smooth.
All my bookmarks icons were kept too .. that used to be a pain.
And very glad to see pepperflash still remains absent for those of us who do not want any version of flash installed.
I noticed the better features of the settings pages are now hidden by default under that small "Advanced settings" link when you have scolled down to the end of the settings page ...
Is that google calling the shots and putting pressure on the chromium developers to hide them so that most users will not even go there ?. It would not surprise me. Google will probably make the old simplyfying the interface excuse again for burying the mechanisms they can profit from the most.
And before anyone gets on my case and says this isn't google - I know, Dragon is taken from the chromium source code and re-worked by comodo's excellent programmers into the browser we love. Google do have influence though on the chromium devs code from which this browser is developed.
I have seen development topics on chromium where they do their best not to bring into the open any personal feelings about such influence .. Sometimes it leaks though
Thank you Dragon team.