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Dev channel update to 84.0.522.5 is live
Added support for Read Aloud in PDFs.
Added support for full page translation in Immersive Reader.
Added the ability for text saved to a Collection to take you back to the location on the webpage it came from.
Added back support for the Chromium “Force Dark Mode for Web Contents” flag.
Enabled Shy UI on Mac.
Added support for the F6 key to change focus on Mac.
I understand all that. I was coming at it from the viewpoint that if AUR works for a rolling release model, it should work very well for fixed point releases. Debian is so overzealous about not including open source software in repos. But if the point of Linux is freedom of choice, some of us choose software that doesn't meet Debian's lofty standards. Wouldn't it be nice if we had a Debian User Repository (DUR....sounds about right?!) for those offerings that Debian does not, and will never support.
A good example....nVidia drivers. If someone compiled a proprietary nVidia package for Debian, wouldn't it be nice if less technically inclined users could install also?