With social integration and more.
Prior to dropping the 64 bit support, Mozilla has also released the final build of the Firefox 17 web browser.
Focusing on the social aspect, the following build includes a revised Social API and support for Facebook Messenger (see screenshot below). In addition to that, Firefox 17 now has a click to play blocklist, which will protect unsuspecting consumers from running the vulnerable plugin version.
Speaking of other, worth mentioning changes, the Awesome Bar has been updated with larger icons, on a downside, Mac OS X 10.5 is no longer supported.
Firefox 17 Final Changelog
- First revision of the Social API and support for Facebook Messenger
- Click-to-play blocklisting implemented to prevent vulnerable plugin versions from running without the user’s permission
- Updated Awesome Bar experience with larger icons
- Mac OS X 10.5 is no longer supported
- SVG FillPaint and StrokePaint implemented
- Improvements that make the Web Console, Debugger and Developer Toolbar faster and easier to use
- New Markup panel in the Page Inspector allows easy editing of the DOM
- Sandbox attribute for iframes implemented, enabling increased security
- Over twenty performance improvements, including fixes around the New Tab page
- Pointer lock doesn’t work in web apps
- Page scrolling on sites with fixed headers
Firefox 17 Final
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