Until now, there was no Â option for you to let a website load popups, always. All popups were blocked, and you will open those windows manually, from the bottom of the page. With the new Dev Update this week, Google Chrome is adding a “allow pop ups options” to it. You will see this feature very soon on Beta and Stable versions.
Now, here is a visual guide to it, to help you understand this better. Â Here is how it looked like before the update.
Now, after update, this option will looks like this
Some other updates on this Dev release are
- [r14827] Support PgUp/PgDn in Omnibox for “first entry/last entry.” (Issue:Â 6857)
- [r15115] Tell the user if Chrome is not the default browser. (Issue:Â 9049)
- [r15702] You can choose to allow pop-ups from a site. (Issue:Â 11440)
Other changes of note:
- [r14891] Fix for crashing when zoomed into street level on maps.yahoo.com (Issue:Â 2044)
- [r14731] Patch from Mohamed Mansour for systems without an installed printer. (Issue:Â 6835)
- [r15020] Stop the location bar from flashing white when navigating from one HTTPS site to another. (Issue:Â 11157)
- [r15214] Fix for common issues around opening a new window. (Issues:Â 6377,Â 6192,Â 835)
- Lots of work around Extensions. Â (See r15417, r15271, r15310)