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Chromium browser survey

February 12, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

If you are using the Chromium browser, please answer the following survey. It’s quick, and would greatly help focus the efforts in the coming releases.

Chromium in Ubuntu is now translated in 53 languages (and a few more to come).  What are your expectations about this?

(if you have a problem with a particular lang, please say so in a comment)

The Developer Tools (see right-click “Inspect Element” in any web page) are only available in English. Translations for them are open in Launchpad but are currently not enabled in the deb packages (not in Google Chrome either).

Chromium in Chinese with the developer tools


(I can’t do anything about Google Chrome, but i’m in touch with the upstream developers)

  1. Silner
    February 12, 2011 at 18:37

    It’s not very often I’m in the majority, but I was there

  2. Wayne Tempel
    February 12, 2011 at 20:27

    The best browser out there by far! It is my browser of choice! I would highly recommend it to all!

  3. Galen
    February 12, 2011 at 23:44

    I use chromium but it doesn’t work for some of my igoogle gadgets! (ie. daylightclock)

  4. February 13, 2011 at 19:45

    My answer to the first question doesn’t match any of the available choices. The translations are mostly okay, there’s one or two little bugs, and I’m happy that I can try to fix them in Launchpad.

    (Two of the translations appear to be unfixable — I’ve checked the strings in Launchpad, and they’re okay there, but wrong in the actual program — but I don’t have the energy to chase them down. For the record, that’s “_Report an Issue…” being not translated into Lithuanian, and some kind of Unicode middle dot appearing instead of a space in “„_JavaScript”·konsolė”.)

  5. Jan Broekhof
    February 14, 2011 at 17:32

    It is either Epiphany or Cromium. Bookmarks are best in Epipany, websearch is faster in Cromium, and the tabs are usefull.

    Neither of them has a nice RSS-reader like Firefox.


  1. February 12, 2011 at 18:48

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