- The inter-line spacing on table heading texts was way too large:
<th valign='bottom'>Line 1<br />Line 2</th>produced a blank line between the two text lines. I did not investigate what the root cause might be as all the other major browsers render it almost identically, so I don't really care what upset Chrome.
- The top line of our corporate Wiki (the Login text) is misplaced.
- The View source window does not display processing instructions in XML documents.
- And the worst offender: Blogger in draft works way better, faster and more reliable in Firefox or Internet Explorer than in Chrome.
I've just downloaded Chrome (the new browser from Google), tested it on my applications and got immediately impressed - they all worked, even the client-side XSLT transformation driven by the xsl-stylesheet directive. Then I did a few more random tests and my enthusiasm was drastically reduced: