11-17-2020 11:00 AM
11-17-2020 11:00 AM
Hello Insiders! Today we’re releasing build 88.0.702.0 to the Dev channel. It’s a big one, so we’ve got a lot to talk about:
As for all the good stuff in this build:
Next week is the Thanksgiving holiday for us in the United States, which means that there will be no major Dev update, no intended minor Dev, Beta, or Stable updates, and Canary will only be updated on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. We’ll be back to normal the week after!
11-17-2020 01:09 PM
11-17-2020 08:19 PM
@josh_bodner Rubber banding is not reproducible most of the times. I am seeing this from many months. Now with newly introduced history panel rubber banding only happens half of the time. Very hit and miss, I like the effect but getting it only sometimes makes for an inconsistent user experience.
11-18-2020 12:37 AM
Love the rapid development of Edge, so much has happened since the first beta! :)
About automatic deduplication, will that translate back to the mobile versions as well soon?
I have Edge on my phone and tablet, and on both versions it's a mess of doubled folders and favs.
Already uninstalled Edge on both devices a couple of times to get rid of the clutter.
Other than that, loving Edge on Windows, Android & Linux!! :)
11-18-2020 01:11 AM
@kanumurikrishna Looks like we originally fixed this when you select only part of the web page, but not for the full page since that was before the full page capability was released. I'll let the person who fixed the original bug know!
11-18-2020 07:04 AM
@josh_bodner The .deb linux build for this version looks to be missing from https://packages.microsoft.com/repos/edge/pool/main/m/microsoft-edge-dev/
11-19-2020 04:29 AM
I am posting here so you can see it and will post to feedback, your new DEV version quit reading external reader / CAC Cards, Hence signing into CAC related sites failed with error "ERR_SSL_CLIENT_AUTH_CERT_NEEDED", Now I am unsure if that is because it might a "chrome engine" update that does it, But whatever as soon as this update hit, Sign in's failed to obtain CAC card credentials.
11-19-2020 05:23 AM - edited 11-19-2020 05:34 AM
How can we know the default value of these, without guessing or trial & error?
the scrolling flags usually have little effect that are hard to notice, without knowing their default value, it's even harder to know where and how to look for changes.
of course there are other flags too that need to have their default values specified. simply saying "default" is useless.