BrowserLab 1.6.4 with new Chrome and Firefox browsers is now live

Today we have released a new version of BrowserLab for you, v1211P.312309, with updated browsers, security patches and some minor improvements:

  • Chrome 14 was added (Windows), and Chrome 11 was removed
  • Firefox 7 was added (Mac OS X and Windows), and Firefox 4 was removed
  • Safari was updated to 5.1 (Mac OS X)
  • Flash Player was updated to (Mac OS X and Windows)

We will include Flash Player 11 in our next update.

Bruce Bowman
Adobe BrowserLab product manager
twitter: @brucebowman

10 Responses to BrowserLab 1.6.4 with new Chrome and Firefox browsers is now live

  1. bek says:

    I have been using Browserlab for a good long time, through dreamweaver and through the firefox toolbar. suddenly when i try nad use BL through firefox I get:
    “001: Digest mismatch with RSL Redeploy the matching RSL or relink your application with the matching library.”

    And now BL won’t work from DW either.

    Please can somebody help,

    • Mark Rausch says:

      Hi bek,

      This can happen if you’re running BrowserLab while we happen to be posting an update. When this happens, we recommend clearing the browser cache (empty the cache and clear cookies) and restarting all instances of the browser. The issue will go away. We rarely see this, but it sometimes happens, and this is the simple solution.


  2. Hey,

    Just wanted to say thanks for this great tool. We are having a great time with it. Keep it up.

  3. Marianna says:

    i want to use browserlabs to check a website people say in chrome running on mac, has errors… but Chrome for Os is not available in my browserlabs list.
    Is it available and i cant see it for some reason or it is not available at all. Could you tell me why if its possible? Thanx in advance:)

  4. John Dimmett says:

    When is Firefox 9 going to be added to BL?

    • Bruce Bowman says:

      Hi John,

      I know an update with newer browsers is overdue. The team is currently busy working on a new project, but will get back to BrowserLab soon. It will be a few more weeks before we update BrowserLab again. Thanks for your patience.


  5. Henry Warman says:


    thanks for your amazing tool. Using browserlab since a few weeks and I’m really happy. Great work!

    Something maybe for next version. I’m using a Mac and in almost every software it is possible to scroll up and down and right or left. Browserlab currently supports only up and down.