Can anyone tell me and @arielstrong what version of Chrome was the first to support Hype’s Responsive Layouts?
That’s an interesting trivia question, but I think the answer is ‘one of the earliest releases’. Hype uses very compatible properties to detect the edges of the available viewport. Since Chrome auto-updates on both Mobile and Desktop clients, version numbers don’t mean as much lately. (We’re at version 48 now)
@jonathan can provide a bit more detail in this area.
We support all the flexible/responsive features on Chrome 9 (from February 2011) and later, but I see no reason why it wouldn’t work with even earlier versions. But like @daniel said Chrome auto-updates so a very large majority of users are on the latest or only one version behind.