Mozilla Corporation’s free and open-source web browser, Mozilla Firefox gets a new stable release, Firefox version 45.0.2, which includes new features, bug fixes and more.
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- Fix an issue impacting the cookie header when third-party cookies are blocked (1257861)
- Fix a web compatibility regression impacting the srcset attribute of the image tag (1259482)
- Fix a crash impacting the video playback with Media Source Extension (1258562)
- Fix a regression impacting some specific uploads (1255735)
- Fix a regression with the copy and paste with some old versions of some Gecko applications like Thunderbird (1254980)
- Fix a potential performance regression (Youtube for example) (1220502)
- Fix a regression causing search engine settings to be lost in some context (1254694)
- Bring back non-standard jar: URIs to fix a regression in IBM iNotes (1255139)
- XSLTProcessor.importStylesheet was failing when <import> was used (1249572)
- Fix an issue which could cause the list of search provider to be empty (1255605)
- Fix a regression when using the location bar (1254503)
- Fix some loading issues when Accept third-party cookies: was set to Never (1254856)
- Disabled Graphite font shaping library
- Instant browser tab sharing through Hello
- Synced Tabs button in button bar
- Tabs synced via Firefox Accounts from other devices are now shown in dropdown area of Awesome Bar when searching
- Introduce a new preference (network.dns.blockDotOnion) to allow blocking .onion at the DNS level
- Guarani [gn] locale added
- Various security fixes
- URLs containing a Unicode-format Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) are now properly redirected
- Tab Groups (Panorama) feature removed
- [UPDATE: 3/23/2016] Firefox Hello v1.1 improvements:
- We’ve made it easier to connect with others in FIrefox Hello by sharing a link to your Hello room using email or Facebook direct messaging
- You can also easily stop and restart tab sharing whenever you want
- Once you connect, you’ll see your room participants’ mouse cursor and they’ll see yours
- Ability to filter snapshot output in memory tool
- Fine tune animations by changing the playback rate of animations in the animation-inspector’s timeline
- DOMContentLoaded and load events shown in the network monitor timeline
- Added Negative url filtering for the network monitor
- Support for diffing heap snapshots added to the memory tool
- Inspector search now matches results from all content in the page, including subframes
- List of animated properties and keyframes is now displayed when clicking on an animation in the animation-inspector’s timeline
- Push API support, part of Progressive Web Applications
- Support delivery of a Content Security Policy (CSP) via a meta tag
- ES6 Classes
- On-screen keyboard support was temporarily turned off for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1
- Trusteer Rapport is severely impacting the stability of Firefox
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