EN, why is it like this?
You release a new version of the chrome clipper (btw it happens to your other clients as well), which is buggy. It upgrades itself, so I don't even know when, I cannot go back to older working version, so I have to deal with a buggy software.
Don't you have a QA department, is somebody testing the software before releasing it, and how intensive and deep is it tested?????
As with all software, there are always going to be bugs. Each individual uses a product in a slightly different way - testing all the ways it can be used is nearly impossible. Developers always rely on user feedback to help ensure that future versions will not cause issues.
In today's age, most apps and extensions are automatically updated without a trace of the old version. This is, in my opinion, much more convenient than having to continually click a dialog box confirming your desire to update. I prefer to look at "dealing with buggy software" as "learning a new way to do something". After all, if it wasn't for bugs, we'd never learn of workarounds or alternative solutions available.