Google, through Karen Grunberg and Daniel Xie, has announced earlier today, January 27, the immediate availability for download of a new maintenance release for the stable branch of the Google Chrome 32 web browser, for Linux, Windows, Mac and Chrome Frame platforms.
Google Chrome 32.0.1700.102 is here to fix several annoying bugs, including crashes of the Quicktime plugin, mouse pointer disappearing issue after exiting the fullscreen mode, scrolling issues with combo boxes, and horizontal scrolling issues for trackpad users.
In addition, this maintenance release of Google Chrome 32 works with all CSS minifiers, including whitespaces around a media query's `and` keyword, and drag & drop of files into Chrome's window works properly. 14 security fixes have also been included in Google Chrome 32.0.1700.102. For more details, please check the official release announcement.