Perhaps it is a step to join Safari and its chic new favicons. Or maybe it's just a mistake. Whatever the case, the beta of MacOS Mojave has broken a small but important part of Chrome: Checkboxes. For example, without checking boxes, I can not do my online banking in Chrome or use CNET's content management system. Any web form that requires me to tick a box is not executable.
I've installed every iteration of Mojave Beta with the hope that the checkboxes will return from Chrome, but I'm now at the fourth beta of Mojave (MacOS 10.14) The checkboxes of Chrome are still missing. Luckily, there is a simple solution. Two, actually.
Chrome check box extension
Install the Mojave Checkbox fix extension and you will no longer see the missing check box blues. The extension works by changing the zoom level of each page to 1.000001, which enables the check boxes. For some reason, they are invisible in Chrome's default zoom level, but appear at any other zoom level.
Zoom to rescue
If you do not want to install the extension, you can just zoom in or out on a page with missing check boxes and they will be displayed. You do not even have to refresh the page. Just press Command-plus or -minus . Or go to View> Zoom In (or Zoom Out) .
Read more: Everything you need to know about MacOS Mojave