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The Chrome OS Beta Channel got promoted to milestone 85 a little over a week ago - from 84.0.4147.94 to 85.0.4183.39. As with every new milestone update, this brings massive new changes to the table, offering several new features, bug fixes, and security enhancements to better improve your Chrome OS user experience. Due to the sheer size, I may be missing a few things here and there. Here is what changed!

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Featured changes


This section showcases changes I believe to be the most significant to this build of Chrome OS. They make a massive impact to the user experience and may be something to look forward to when upgrading your system to this build. These changes will also be listed in the "Notable changes" section of the post.

  1. New accessibility feature to change cursor colors in Chrome OS. This feature has 5 colors for now: Red, Orange, Green, Blue, and Purple. Custom cursor colors are important for visibility to some users with vision impairment (e.g. color blindness). To change the cursor colors, you’ll need to enable chrome://flags/#enable-experimental-accessibility-cursor-colors. See my reddit post to see what it looks like!
  2. The print management feature flag is enabled by default, which allows users to manage and view their print history on Chrome OS. The print managing app will display ongoing print jobs and will dynamically update depending on the status of the job. When a print job notification shows up in Chrome OS, tapping on the notification will open the print jobs management app. Click here to see what it looks like!
  3. The Crostini USB allow unsupported feature flag is enabled by default, which allows developers to mount their USB serial devices to their Chromebook without having to change a flag in their Linux container. Your mileage may vary as some serial devices will not work (FTDI, CH341, etc).
  4. The Port forwarding feature flag is enabled by default, which allows users to set up multiple network ports to their Linux containers. This feature should be incredibly useful for developers who want to access network traffic through a port number of their choice and make it accessible for others on the local network or the internet.
  5. The Chrome OS Shelf will now shrink down application icons when there is no more room left on the shelf while in tablet mode. Personally, I wish this app icon resizing also occurs in clamshell mode, but this is a good step in the right direction. For those out of the loop, this used to be a hidden feature flag. Click here to see what this does.
  6. New experimental feature flag that limits items on the shelf to the ones associated with windows on the active desk. Boost your virtual desk productivity now by enabling chrome://flags/#ash-limit-shelf-items-to-active-desk. See my reddit post about it here!
  7. The brand new Chrome OS settings search feature is enabled by default. Unlike the old search that used exact string matching, this search uses fuzzy search algorithms to suggest sections of Chrome OS settings that are likely to be relevant to the search. See screen recording.
  8. You will now be able to “Go to file location” when a single file is selected in Recents, Audio, Images, or Videos. This is a small change with a HUGE productivity benefit. See my reddit post about it here!

Notable changes in this build


The following is everything I found with this version of Chrome OS. There may be more things I might've missed - please let me know in the comments if you find a significant change not listed here. Bullet points in bold are changes I believe are the most significant.

Accessibility
  • New accessibility feature to change cursor colors in Chrome OS. This feature has 5 colors for now: Red, Orange, Green, Blue, and Purple. Custom cursor colors are important for visibility to some users with vision impairment (e.g. color blindness). To change the cursor colors, you’ll need to enable chrome://flags/#enable-experimental-accessibility-cursor-colors. See my reddit post to see what it looks like!
Ambient lockscreen
requires chrome://flags/#enable-ambient-mode to be enabled! 
  • New option to customize the Ambient lockscreen slideshow to play a Google Photos album or Google wallpaper category. For example, I can set the Ambient lockscreen to choose a particular family album on Google Photos, or have it set a specific category of Google backgrounds. See my reddit post for more information.
  • Ambient lockscreen got a large clock and weather information support. It can also fetch photos from your Google Photos album, although your photos will be stretched. Note that you’ll need to enable to get this experimental feature. Does not work with managed devices! Check out my other reddit post to see a screenshot of it.
  • Ambient lockscreen will keep the screen on persistently when the charger is plugged in.
  • Pressing any key on the keyboard will take you from the Ambient slideshow to the password page.
  • Ambient lock screen will exit and switch to the password view when creating large mouse movements. Small mouse movements won’t do anything.
App list
  • New subtext when searching for OS settings in the launcher search. When searching using the launcher search, there will be a small description explaining where in Chrome OS settings you’ll be jumping to (e.g. typing “Wi-Fi” brings up “Known Wi-Fi networks” with “Wi-Fi networks” below the text). See screenshot.
App Service
  • New App Service feature flag that will add support for adaptive icons in Chrome OS App drawer and Shelf. This is a highly requested feature by fans that aims to bring consistent app shapes throughout Chrome OS. Note: this feature is not working yet. When it lands, try this feature out by enabling chrome://flags/#app-service-adaptive-icon.
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  • The Chrome OS Shelf will now shrink down application icons when there is no more room left on the shelf while in tablet mode. Personally, I wish this app icon resizing also occurs in clamshell mode, but this is a good step in the right direction. For those out of the loop, this used to be a hidden feature flag. Click here to see what this does.
  • New experimental feature flag that limits items on the shelf to the ones associated with windows on the active desk. Boost your virtual desk productivity now by enabling chrome://flags/#ash-limit-shelf-items-to-active-desk. See my reddit post about it here!
  • Opening apps from the Shelf or launcher context menu will properly open new windows in the same display as they were launched from. Previously, windows were always opened in the display of the last active window.
  • You can now search in the Google Play store using the launcher searchbar by default. This means you will be able to search for apps straight from your Chrome OS launcher search without opening the Google play store.
  • Lockscreen: changed the Wi-Fi icon from black to white to improve legibility.
  • Virtual desk area now uses the same color as the Shelf to be more consistent with the color scheme. Previously, the virtual desk area used a persistent dark gray color. See screenshot of the colored Virtual desk area.
  • New animation when dragging a maximized window down from the top to unmaximize it. See screen recording.
  • The login screen will now display system notifications (update notifications, low battery, etc.)
  • Fixed windows not restoring to their original windowed size when flinging the window up to maximize, dragging the window down and flinging up again to maximize, and clicking the unmaximize icon in the window controls.
  • The lock screen media controls will hide when closing your Chromebook’s lid or if your device sleeps.
  • Minor UI changes to app paging, which you can switch on by enabling chrome://flags/#enable-launcher-app-paging. This includes increasing the vertical spacing and adding a gradient mask. See the new UI changes by clicking here.
  • Resized tooltip text size in the shelf quick settings bubble to avoid truncation for long labels. This also includes adding a length limit to tooltips used in the status tray.
  • Launcher: new full set of circular file icons (audio, excel, pdf, etc.) in the suggested files area. The suggested files area are the bubbles below the launcher search bar.
  • Fixed app scaling not applying to hidden or extended shelf (shelf that displays on a secondary display) after screen rotates.
  • Fixed a bug that caused app icons size to increase on the shelf or launcher when dragging it with the context menu open.
  • Fixed an oversight in the login screen where the enterprise management disclosure is shown for child accounts due to confusion in the code between “management” and “enterprise management”.
  • App drawer: fixed a sync bug where dragging and dropping an app from one launcher page to another on one device will incorrectly create a new launcher page with another device.
  • Overview mode: right click to access the context menu will be suppressed when right clicking the Virtual desk name.
  • Fixed a regression that caused app icons to get chopped when pinning an app on an overflow shelf.
  • New launcher search disclaimer that informs users that Chrome OS "shows suggestions for new content to explore", which includes apps, webpages, and more. Your Chromebook will share statististics to Google to improve quality only if you choose to share usage data. A switch to enable or disable this feature is in Privacy and Security settings in Chrome OS Settings. See screenshot uploaded here.
  • New policy to allow SAML users to be set through the online flow on the lock screen in order to verify and sync their password.
  • Users can close the launcher search bar by swiping left while in tablet mode.
  • The launcher won’t have a drag handle on top if the Shelf is set to show on the side instead of the bottom.
  • Fixed a crash when the user simultaneously ends tablet mode (e.g. attaching the Pixel Slate keyboard) while dragging a window into Overview.
  • Slightly adjusted the mic gain slider padding to have enough space for the slider.
  • Shelf: the context menu app icon sizes (right-click the apps on the shelf) will have consistent sizes.
  • Fixed a small bug where the multi-window resizer widget (the resize vertical rectangle when hovering cursor in between two snapped windows) would persist during the Overview mode transition.
  • Relanded change to show enterprise disclosure as a bottom status indicator in the login/lock screen.
  • Fixed a bug where the material design ripple effect when long pressing or clicking app icons on the Shelf would randomly get misaligned.
  • The login screen clock will change clock type (12hr, 24hr) depending on the settings specified on the user profile. If the primary account is using a 12 hour clock and they add a secondary account that uses a 24 hour clock, clicking on the secondary account in the login screen will switch the clock type from 12 hours to 24 hours.
  • The Alt + V shortcut that displays the serial number, asset tag, and version of the Chromebook in the login screen now became a toggle. This means if the user doesn't want to see the system information on the login/lock screen at the top right when using the Dev and Canary channel, they can invoke Alt + V to hide it. Note: does not persist after unlock.
  • Critical system warning notifications will no longer get filtered by Do not Disturb.
  • Fixed a bug where pressing and releasing your second finger would cancel the back gesture when dragging from the left to the center of the screen with your first finger.
Assistant
  • Google Assistant Media Session integration is turned on by default. This means when you ask the Google Assistant to pause music, it’ll pause the music instead of “this feature is unsupported”.
  • New experimental feature flag that brings on-device Assistant to your Chromebook. This feature hints at local assistant processing, which will be able to quickly process queries that typically wouldn’t use Google search (e.g. asking a joke, flip a coin, etc). Note: this feature is not working yet. To try it out, enable chrome://flags/#enable-on-device-assistant.
  • The Assistant open app support feature flag is enabled by default. This feature is a mystery - public documentation on this is pretty much zero. There is some speculation on the web that says it’s for Google Assistant “apps” like Headspace or Fitness Buddy, but I’m unable to get either to work. I strongly believe that this is needed to ship first before the on-device Assistant feature lands, which may include the Assistant apps.
Blink
  • New feature flag that throttles Javascript timers to 1 wake up per minute in the background. Local experiments conducted by Google conclude that throttling javascript timers to 1 wake up per minute can extend battery life from 4 hours and 42 minutes, to 5 hours and 18 minutes, when YouTube is playing in the foreground and 36 tabs are opened in the background. To test this feature out, enable chrome://flags/#intensive-wake-up-throttling
Camera
  • Added a sound effect to the pause and resume button when recording a video. The sound effect is identical to Google’s camera app on a Pixel device when pressing the pause and resume button.
Chrome
  • The new permission “chip” feature flag is now working, featuring a slick design when a website asks the user for permissions. To try this feature out, enable chrome://flags/#permission-chip. See screen recording.
  • Initial support of 5.1 and 7.1-channel surround sound audio of Chrome on Chrome OS. This is big news for Stadia gamers since this brings surround sound to the gaming experience. I don't have a surround sound audio system to test this, but if you do, let me know in the comments if it works!
  • Improved resource consumption when a window is covered by other windows.
  • WebUI tab strip’s tab counter has a new progress throbber to better visualize that a new background tab was created. See demo by Google.
  • Chrome will now show the quiet notification permission UI for sites known to trick users into accepting the notification permission. See screenshot.
  • Chrome OS Print preview: tweaked the dropdown design. There is a new printer icon next to the printer name with a colored status bubble to indicate the printer status. Also, various fixes to the drop down came with this build of Chrome OS, including fixing labels from overflowing the input field and properly displaying the status underneath the dropdown. Click here to see what the tweaks looks like.
  • Chrome OS Print preview: the print preview will show the printer status of USB printers by informing users that the USB printer is currently connected or disconnected to the device.
  • WebUI Tab strips: new drag animation when dragging tab groups. See ChromeUnboxed's video of how this animation looks like by clicking here.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the incorrect tab URL to be seen on the New Tab Page’s hover card after cancelling “Turn on Sync” overlay.
  • WebUI New Tab page: interactive doodles will now display on themed new tab page.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the Chrome URL bar to not be focused when redirecting new tabs using a plugin or extension.
  • PDF viewer: New flag that honors Javascript content settings in PDFs with Chrome’s PDF viewer. This flag does not work yet. When it’s ready to test, try it out by enabling chrome://flags/#pdf-honor-js-content-settings
  • PDF viewer: New flag that will revamp the existing PDF viewer in Chrome to display an updated UI with new options and features. This flag does not work yet. When it’s ready to test, try it out by enabling chrome://flags/#pdf-viewer-update
  • Print preview: Fixed a bug in the print view overlay that caused it to lose focus after clicking the zoom out icon and pressing the Tab key.
  • Various layout fixes to the WebUI New Tab page’s realbox. To try out the new realbox, you’ll need to enable chrome://flags/#ntp-webui first
  • Fixed not being able to drag and drop files when opening the media controls in the Chrome toolbar.
  • Settings: fixed Google illustration in chrome://settings/content/ not scaling when changing width of the window.
  • New Chrome flag that uses Skia Deferred Display Lists when performing rasterizations in the GPU process. With the flag enabled, the raster decoder will record raster work into a deferred display list first, and then play it back into a SkSurface. For now, recording and playing back are on the GPU main thread. In future, the recording could be moved to raster worker threads. This feature further reduces the CPU load and moves some of the work to the GPU, saving battery and improving performance. To try this feature out, enable chrome://flags/#enable-oop-rasterization-ddl
  • New feature flag that records the first-party contexts in which client-side storage was accessed. To try this feature, enable chrome://flags/#client-storage-access-context-auditing
  • New feature flag that puts a new installed apps warning dialog to the clear browsing data flow to prevent users from accidentally deleting installed apps’ data. Test this feature out by enabling chrome://flags/#installed-apps-in-cbd
  • New feature flag that removes all Chrome extensions from the Cross-Origin Read Blocking and Cross-Origin Resource Sharing allowlist. This is part of an effort to improve extension security and privacy. Content scripts will instead be subject to the same request rules as the page they are running within. To test this feature, enable chrome://flags/#force-empty-CORB-and-CORS-allowlist
  • Tab Groups: fixed a bug where the user won’t be able to place a tab group with a long group name past the last tab in Chrome’s tab strip
  • PDF viewer: fixed a bug where encrypted PDFs that require a password to launch will not appear. Before the update, loading progress is stuck at the halfway point.
  • WebUI Tab strips: new dragging pinned tabs animation
  • PDF viewer: fixed zoom buttons not showing up when in Right-to-Left mode.
  • Notifications: Chrome will silently notify users on the right side of the URL bar when websites attempt to abuse notification content
  • Tab group: fixed a visual bug where dragging a tab group out of the window causes the group header and underline to stretch too far.
  • Fixed a bug where changing the writing direction from right-to-left does not apply to chrome’s internal pages (example: chrome settings).
  • Password check: fixed password check banner illustration from exceeding the width of the settings columns when window shrinks to a small size.
  • Fixed WebUI New Tab page’s remove button flickering when hovering cursor over most visited sites. You’ll need to enable chrome://flags/#ntp-webui to try this feature.
  • The WebUI New Tab page will share the renderer process between multiple NTPs. This reduces memory overhead of opening a new NTP by nearly 6x and reduces the load time a bit. WebUI NTP must be loaded first before launching another NTP.
  • Fixed chrome.declarativeNetRequest extensions through the Chrome web store with an “invalid manifest” error.
  • Chrome DevTools now supports editing programmatically constructed stylesheet objects.
  • Fixed a bug where context menu persistently shows “view frame source” and “reload frame” despite some pages having no iframe.
  • Fixed unable to tab to select sections in print preview after clicking the zoom out icon.
  • New feature flag that tells Chrome to inform applications about your device’s low disk space. This allows them to adjust their caching strategy and ensure a smooth and uninterrupted experience for their users. To try this feature, enable chrome://flags/#enable-storage-pressure-event.
  • PDF viewer: increased the page selector minimum width and padding.
  • Tab Groups Collapse: fixed a bug that made it impossible to drag a tab all the way to the right when the tabstrip is filled.
  • WebUI NTP: fixed a legibility problem with “Most Visited” titles when the theme is set a light color. This update forces the title color to dark. Note: WebUI NTP is not enabled by default - you’ll need to enable chrome://flags/#ntp-webui to switch to it.
Chrome OS Settings
  • The brand new Chrome OS settings search feature is enabled by default. Unlike the old search that used exact string matching, this search uses fuzzy search algorithms to suggest sections of Chrome OS settings that are likely to be relevant to the search. See screen recording.
  • Wi-Fi sync feature flag is enabled by default, which allows Chrome OS to sync Wi-Fi network configurations with Chrome sync. This is useful for users who connected to several different networks before and can’t remember what the passwords are.
  • The “Metered network” feature is disabled by default, which brought a metered network toggle to Wi-fi and Cellular connection into Chrome OS settings. To get this toggle back, enable chrome://flags/#show-metered-toggle
  • Widened the timezone selector to accommodate some languages.
  • Various small adjustments and fixes to the new fuzzy search (i.e. “Linux” shows up after “Linux backup and restore”, “Device” did not properly return, etc).
  • The Live caption feature moved from Chrome settings to Chrome OS settings. It is listed under Accessibility. This feature does not work yet!
  • Wi-Fi networks will sync after they are configured so long as the password isn’t rejected during a 20 second waiting period. Previously, networks were only synced after they had a successful connection.
  • The list all display modes feature flag is enabled by default. This means that separate refresh rate and resolution dropdowns will be shown in Chrome OS Display settings when an external display is connected.
  • Fixed small oversight with the Add Wi-Fi and VPN dialogs that caused the two dialogs to have no shadow or border.
  • New “Manage personal information” link under “Smart inputs” that links users to Chrome setting’s “Address and more”.
  • New toggle in Smart inputs under the Language and inputs category that disables emoji suggestions.
  • Search: changed “setup printer” and “install printer” terms to “Add printer”.
  • Added “display overscan” to settings search.
  • Fixed the Chrome OS settings search bar being focused when launching a Chrome OS setting from the launcher search.
  • Updated Wi-Fi and Mobile data network icons to Google Material outline theme.
  • Fixed a visual bug with the Chrome OS settings search bar where clicking the search bar would cause it to grow larger than the inactive search bar. Also fixes the strange search bar corners.
  • Fixed search tags (search suggestions) getting removed and being re-added moments later, causing a laggy search UI and increasing memory usage.
  • Improved grammar in the “Smart Input” settings subpage.
  • Fixed a bug where searching for an “advanced” setting (e.g. language) will not expand the “advanced” category on the left side of Chrome OS settings.
  • Fixed an oversight where users were able to see Google Assistant subpage settings via the Chrome OS search bar even if Google Assistant is disabled.
Default apps
  • Replaced Google Play Music Android app with YouTube Music Android app.
Demo Mode
  • The Explore app will show up in the launcher when the Chromebook is set into demo mode.
Family Link
  • When a child account tries to modify the timezone preference, a parent must provide an access code to apply the changes.
  • When a managed user attempts to launch a restricted app from the launcher, they will have a new dialog that asks for parent permission if the parent has the “permissions for sites, apps and extensions” toggle enabled; otherwise the user will have an error dialog. Previously, clicking an app that is disabled pending approval does nothing.
  • The clock format will change on the child’s lock screen depending on what they switch on in the “Use 24-hour clock” preference.
Files app
  • You will now be able to “Go to file location” when a single file is selected in Recents, Audio, Images, or Videos. This is a small change with a HUGE productivity benefit. See my reddit post about it here!
  • New drop-down menus to "Open with" and "More Actions" when right-clicking a file type in the files app, which allows you to quickly change default apps for that file type. IMO: this is a big improvement compared to using the files app’s toolbar.
  • The sort column icon was flipped so the arrow points up when sorting in ascending order.
  • The files app will now be able to identify AMR files as sound files instead of text files.
  • Slightly tweaked the format dialog by removing the close button and changing the spacing between the bottom form field and the bottom buttons.
  • Slightly tweaked the dialog style for password-protected zips by changing the padding and fonts sizes in the dialog.
  • The files app will now refresh when there are changes in Linux files or other FUSE systems.
  • The file manager can now properly unarchive zips using FUSE instead of NaCL. Note that archiving selection is not working yet. Try it out by enabling chrome://flags/#files-zip-no-nacl.
  • New feature flag that will add transfer details like remaining time in the progress center panel. This is not working right now. Test this out by enabling chrome://flags/#files-transfer-details.
  • Small design tweaks to the “All files” section of the “Save file as” file prompt.
  • Fixed .opus sound files not showing audio icon in the files app.
  • Fixed a bug where saving an HTML file as “single file” incorrectly creates “.html” instead of “mhtml”.
  • The “Save as” dialog will automatically attach file extensions.
  • Fixed a bug where the sub menus that hang off the right-click context menu can get clipped when the files app window is shrunk horizontally to its minimum width. This bug fix will allow sub menus to slightly overlap.
  • Fixed a regression where the “Save as” dialog prompt does not respond to the up/down key arrow after invoking Shift + Tab.
  • Fixed a visual bug where a double horizontal line would appear above “this folder is shared with Linux” after sharing a folder to Linux (Beta).
Gamepad
  • Added gamepad mappings for ELECOM game controllers (JC-U4013SBK and JC-U4113SBK) when they’re in Direct Input (“D”) mode.
Input
  • Fixed a bug where left and right modifier key presses are incorrectly marked as repeat when counterpart is held, released when counterpart released. Example: press and hold left shift, press and hold right shift, then let go of the right shift key. Before the patch, the left shift unexpectedly releases.
  • New OnAssistiveWindowButtonClicked API that notifies extensions a button ID of an assistive window type has been clicked.
Linux (Beta)
  • The Crostini USB allow unsupported feature flag is enabled by default, which allows developers to mount their USB serial devices to their Chromebook without having to change a flag in their Linux container. Your mileage may vary as some serial devices will not work (FTDI, CH341, etc).
  • The Port forwarding feature flag is enabled by default, which allows users to set up multiple network ports to their Linux containers. This feature should be incredibly useful for developers who want to access network traffic through a port number of their choice and make it accessible for others on the local network or the internet.
  • Chrome OS will prompt you to restart the Linux container when you enable the Linux mic sharing toggle
  • Fixed a bug that causes Linux (Beta) to automatically reinstall when rebooting the device on some devices. This update also fixes Linux (Beta) from installing automatically without user consent.
  • Port-forwarding: added error UI to the port forwarding subpage. When you input an invalid port number (e.g. a port number value above the range), Chrome OS will prevent you from adding the port. Also, there will be new notifications to inform users if their port failed to start.
  • The Linux (Beta) disk resizer will suggest a recommended disk size for users who want to increase or decrease disk size.
  • Chrome OS will prevent users from adding duplicate ports in the port forwarding UI.
  • Chrome OS will forward ports on the interface of the highest priority network instead of always forwarding ports on wlan0.
  • Removed terminal splits flag. It was unused from the beginning
  • Fixed Chrome OS not upgrading the Linux (Beta) container when there are dpkg locks.
  • Fixed Linux (Beta) apps incorrectly using the cube icon instead of the penguin icon as fallback.
  • Port forwarding settings won’t show to users if the user policy excludes them.
Media
  • VA-API low power encoders are disabled by default on Chromebooks with Intel Generation 9 graphics.
Media App SWA
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  • Fixed next image not showing after deleting a photo in the media app.
  • Fixed a bug that caused the Media App SWA window to flash white momentarily when launching.
  • You can now launch multiple files simultaneously with the media app by selecting them with your Chromebook’s files app. Previously, selecting two files in the files app and selecting “Open with Gallery” by right-click would only open one file. This update now allows you to launch multiple files with “Open with Gallery”.
  • When launching a file in a directory, the Media app SWA will asynchronously load every other related file in that directory to speed up file loading.
OOBE (first-boot setup)
  • Prevent ERR_CERT_DATE_INVALID error from showing up when setting up the Chromebook on a slow network.
  • Administrators will now be able to disable Chromebooks that have been pre-provisioned but not yet enrolled. This means that managed Chromebooks will immediately become disabled, even when going through the OOBE first-boot setup.
  • System notifications (Wi-Fi, battery, etc) will not be suppressed during the first-boot process.
Ozone
  • New Chrome flag to enable using the HDR monitor(s) EDID-provided transfer function when present. By default, this flag is disabled because blindly using an HDR transfer makes HDR content look great and SDR content look faded (SDR-HDR mixing). I do not have a HDR monitor or Chromebook display to test if HDR is working on Chrome OS. Test this feature by enabling chrome://flags/#enable-use-hdr-transfer-function
Print Management App
  • The print management feature flag is enabled by default, which allows users to manage and view their print history on Chrome OS. The print managing app will display ongoing print jobs and will dynamically update depending on the status of the job. When a print job notification shows up in Chrome OS, tapping on the notification will open the print jobs management app. Click here to see what it looks like!
  • Updated the print management app icon to a cleaner and slick icon. Click here to see what it looks like!
  • Files sent to the printer will now have a file-type icon next to the job entry name. See screenshot.
  • New policy to prevent managed users from deleting their print history. When the restriction is in place, the delete history button will be disabled.
  • Fixed a bug where the print management app would not show the ongoing print job when the user signs in.
  • Implemented dynamic column sizing so that column will resize based on the app’s window width thresholds. Previously, shrinking the app will cause the column to get cut off.
  • New trash bin icon in the “Clear all history” button.
  • Fixed ChromeVox announcing print jobs twice.
  • Added cancel print job and clear all button for active print jobs
  • Fixed a crash bug when cancelling a print job.
  • Restricted the minimum window size to 600x320 to ensure that it displays all informational columns for a print job.
  • Decreased the size of the enormous “Clear All History” trash bin icon.
PWAs
  • Web app icons for Chrome OS will update when manifest data is updated.
  • Trusted web apps will close when an intent to open a PWA through ARC++ is sent.
  • Fixed a bug where users cannot install web apps after they’ve been removed from policy.
  • New feature flag that allows users to auto-start PWAs when the user signs into Chrome OS. When prompted to install a PWA, Chrome will offer a new checkbox asking the user if they want to run the PWA after signing into Chrome OS. To try this out, enable chrome://flags/#enable-desktop-pwas-run-on-os-login
  • Fixed a crash caused by installing a PWA (e.g. Twitter PWA), right-clicking a (twitter) link in incognito mode, and clicking “open with (Twitter) app”.
Quick Answers
  • Quick Answers will accept keyboard accessibility inputs.
  • Fixed a bug where the Quick answers feature would not get focused after pressing the Up or Down arrow on the keyboard.
Smart Lock
  • Fixed an annoying bug that caused Smart lock to break on a Pixelbook after waking it up from sleep.
Sync
  • Fixed a bug where Wi-Fi configurations would sync even if there is a policy explicitly prohibited them from being synced.
Wallpaper app
  • Localized wallpaper picker app name
  • Wallpaper picker app will be searchable from the launcher.

Click here to see the full official changelog by Google (no platform logs, sorry). Enjoy, and happy updating!


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What if - Oculus Arcade Revisited / New Horizons Arcade

Oculus Arcade is an arcade simulation for the Oculus go. It had several titles including Pac-Man and Sonic the hedgehog. You can see the store listing here https://www.oculus.com/experiences/go/509618999185225/?locale=en_GB. Unfortunately, the experience did not get any better after its initial launch. Whether this was due to lack of interest or not being profitable is another discussion. As we know, the Oculus GO is being phased out and sadly that means Oculus Arcade is too. However, I believe that there are still people who would happily spend money on this type of experience if it were implemented correctly.
Introducing Horizons
I’m sure that most of the community has heard about Facebook Horizons. It is Facebooks answer to the social experience in virtual reality. If you have tried the Beta versions of Oculus venues, then you know that this is something to be excited about. It borrows a lot of features from Rec Room and allows users to participate in shared online experiences. John Carmack did a talk there after Facebook connect and Insomnia Doodles has recorded a detailed video exploring the different areas and features. The world building tools for Facebook horizons look incredible and I can’t wait to have a go at building something. However back to Oculus Arcade.
What if Oculus Arcade could be part of Facebook Horizons? Imagine if you could jump in to Horizons and wander through a portal which takes you to an Arcade. The moment you spawn into the arcade you heard thumping bass and the vocals of the Journey Separate Ways – Worlds Apart (Watch the arcade scene from Tron legacy and you will know what I mean). What If you heard all the familiar noises of the arcades of old. Pac-man munching those biscuits “wakka wakka”, sonics speed ball “vriiiim vriiiiim”, mortal kombats “finish him”.
What if the arcade was populated instead of a deserted cold and silent wasteland? What if as soon as you spawned you saw people walking around, socialising, reminiscing about old video games. What if you could make friends at the arcade the same way our parents would have done when Arcades were blowing up in the 70s and 80s?
The Vision
There are many arcade simulators out there including my personal favourite New Retro Arcade. However many of these require you to supply your own roms and spend a considerable amount of time setting things up. I don’t mind doing this but I’m sure many people would much prefer just to be able to jump in an play. What if Oculus could recapture the magic of the 70s – 80s arcade scene? They could license many of the old video games that we loved and have cabinets lining the halls. BUT WAIT THERES MORE, Skee ball, arcade basketball, table hockey, the crane game, all the old familiar favourites that we all love but seldom have time to go out and play anymore or cannot because of stupid COVID.
Rewards
What if playing these games rewarded you like the old arcades used to do. What if you could earn tokens for playing these games that you could then exchange for digital items at the cashier’s desk. I know you have had your eyes on that limited-edition Voltron Defender of the Universe ring. Digital items like special emotes that you can access from the menu button or cosmetic appearances like pacman and sonic T shirts and baseball caps. What if the crane game allowed you to win a teddy bear that could display in your Horizon room?
The Cost
Ok so now to the obvious reality of all of this is what will it cost? Well licensing games is not free unless those games are abandonware. Also, developer time costs money so the arcade will need to be profitable. So we need to pay to play these games, nothing silly, a few pence or cense or even better a few horizon coins per game. What if Facebook Horizons had a digital economy where you could buy, earn or even gift horizon coins which you could then use throughout the entire universe of Horizons? I know a lot of people will be against this idea but the reality of it is that games cost money and most free online experiences must monetise somehow.
Conclusion
I love spending time in arcades with all the noises and flashy lights as I’m sure many of you do. However between work and other responsibilities, I don’t have time to organise and go out and visit an arcade. What if you could slip your headset on and within a few clicks of your controllers be instantly teleported to a fully functioning arcade that offers real rewards, is populated by real people and has the real sounds and music of the arcades of old. What if this arcade could help fund virtual reality to become bigger and better than ever before (call me an optimist). A place where you could meet new friends, chat about old video games, a place where you could just hang out and have fun!
Obviously there will be problems with this suggestion which people who are far smarter than me can solve but this all came from a dream I had this morning and I had to get it written down. Would love to hear thoughts and suggestions and maybe Oculus/Facebook will see the potential here.
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