Chrome 22.0.1229.79 Rendering Bug

September 28, 2012 Dwayne Forde

The latest update for Google Chrome for OSX has a rendering issue where web pages render once upon load and never again. The bug completely prevents the user from properly interacting with a website because it won’t re-render a page after it loads. The issue seems to only affect iMacs.

You can replicate this bug by loading a webpage, then resizing the browser window. If the entire browser becomes white then the problem affects your browser.

The Solution

Until Google pushes out a fix we’ve been downgrading our machines to the previous stable release.

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