Aphrodite Thanks for clearing that up. After the whole UNITY not working on the web on Chrome, I was afraid something like this may happen to C2.
Yeah, the unity plugin was disabled in chrome (actually, every plugin using the Netscape Plugin API was disabled (Java, Silverlight, Unity web player, etc..), flash in chrome uses the Pepper Plugin API, thus is still useable though, I think this month they will be disabled for good inside chrome, with no flags to turn them back on).
Construct 2 never relied on any browser plugin for its html5 exporter to prevent those sort of things from happening, they did rely on third parties for wrapping games inside executable files but that is a different story alltogether.
That implies that the actual webbrowser is doing all the work of the game, instead of simply displaying a window with another program doing everything, and since browsers have different engines, the result can vary from one to another more than with using a plugin (plugin that can (will?) be platform specific anyway or will be disabled for x or y reason).