Author Topic: [merged]Chrome XY Released~can't wait for new CD! Speculations and lamentations  (Read 74503 times)

Offline captainsticks

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I'm not a CD user, but would someone humor me and explain why there is such a need and rush for the new (next) release ?
I personally do not see any reason other than maybe excitement or the absence of patience. ;)

Offline JCitizen

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[at]captainsticks;

Show a little humility here; after all - most of us probably fled Google because if their cruddy EULA, and embraced Dragon, because they listened to our needs.

Right now, I feel Comodo needs to WAKE UP, and code for Rapport compatibility just like Chrome did. Aren't you all for security? Isn't that WHY we went to Comodo in the first place? Huh?  ???  :P0l

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Hi JCitizen,
[at]captainsticks;

Show a little humility here; after all - most of us probably fled Google because if their cruddy EULA, and embraced Dragon, because they listened to our needs.

Right now, I feel Comodo needs to WAKE UP, and code for Rapport compatibility just like Chrome did. Aren't you all for security? Isn't that WHY we went to Comodo in the first place? Huh?  ???  :P0l
Escuse me, humility has numerous meanings but I will take it that you mean a humble attitude.
My attitude is as humble as the next and more humble than many.
My opinion is based on the question "When will the next version arrive?" and not "What new functionality will the next version incorporate?"
If you watch the Forum as closely as I, you will see it gets asked very repetitively.  
Are the following comments humble?
...I hate Google's cavalier attitude to my IP and privacy issues. I'm going to use Dragon until if fails me, and then I guess I'll have to go back to Mozilla...
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...Internet Explorer 9 broke my password manager last patch Tuesday, so I'm not going back to it...
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...most of us probably fled Google because if their cruddy EULA...
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...Right now, I feel Comodo needs to WAKE UP...
IMO, the answer is no the quotes above are not humble.

Security is high priority, where is it shown that Dragon is not secure or that security is not high on Comodos agenda.
Vulnerabilities in Chrome are not always present in Dragon.

Now please show some respect for a General users (Myself) opinion.
My opinions are equal to your opinions, nothing more and none the less.
If you require any further personal off topic discussion, please do so by sending a PM.
Thank you.  

Offline JCitizen

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Okay captain - I'll bite! Thanks for your thoughtful replies!  :-TU

Offline captainsticks

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Okay captain - I'll bite! Thanks for your thoughtful replies!  :-TU
Thank you for your understanding, it is greatly appreciated. :-TU

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I prefer to use CD for security reasons but I have been asking for an updated release because the current build is not satisfactory to me.  I am not the only one judging by the many threads in these forums.  Now Google has released Google Chrome 26.0.1410.64.  PLEASE tell me an updated less buggy CD will be released shortly!  Thank you! 

Offline HeffeD

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I'm sure the latest Dragon will be released soon.

Offline Seany007

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The Chrome team is excited to announce the promotion of Chrome 27 to the Stable Channel.

http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.ro/
Proud Comodo User (CIS, CD, CID and CMS)

Offline megamanx

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The Chrome team is excited to announce the promotion of Chrome 27 to the Stable Channel.

http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.ro/

I pretty much never left Palemoon, and/or Firefox, but I have slowly stopped using Chromium since it has never kept up with me. Add-ons work well in Firefox and their usability cannot be replicated in Chromium-based browsers, at least no one makes an extension that works just as great or near-great to what I use in Palemoon.

My rant again is starting with that quote I listed above. That stuff about "Chrome is version this or that" just makes people curious and want to find out what is in it and start that whine about updating altogether.

Sure, I would take it against the Dev team here in Dragon since they cannot keep up, or that is what people see it. Either way, they took a task that is very challenging but users expect progress not short-time/long-time halts.

Users that complain about security features that they don't even understand need to just stop going to bad sites (torrents, etc.), it is YOUR fault that you get a virus and you feel that you can take it on the browser development for not being safe?
In my honest opinion, if you go to legit sites and don't just randomly click places that you don't know you are getting into, you can be using Comodo Dragon 9 and still be okay.
« Last Edit: May 22, 2013, 09:05:38 AM by megamanx »

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I'm sure the latest Dragon will be released soon.

GC 27.0.1453.94.

Comodo Dragon 27 when the official version released ?

Thank you very much.
« Last Edit: May 27, 2013, 10:51:21 AM by Several-GHM »
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Offline Siketa

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I guess in few days...

Offline Cyberfox007

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GC 27.0.1453.94.

Comodo Dragon 27 when the official version released ?

Thank you very much.


I am waiting as well...but the CD developers know this by now!  LOL 

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Sort of new to this browser, running v26.2.2.0.

I noticed Chrome browser released a version 27 a week or two ago; how soon after a new Chrome release does a Comodo version typically follow - days? weeks? months?

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Hi and welcome emarell,
Generally about one to two weeks, but it does vary.

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Thanks - good to know.

 

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