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Hands on: Firefox 3.6 Beta Supports Personas, Fullscreen Video

Article Source Ars Technica
November 3, 2009, 6:13 am
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Mozilla announced the availability of the first Firefox 3.6 beta last week. Firefox 3.6, codenamed Namoroka, is an incremental update that introduces a handful of new features, enhanced performance, and some noteworthy improvements to web standards support. The final version of Firefox 3.6 could be released next year.

We first looked at Firefox 3.6 in August when we tested the first alpha release. It has some excellent performance improvements under the hood that will boost JavaScript execution speed. Firefox 3.6 also brings some nice CSS enhancements, including support for some useful non-standard features like WebKit's gradients.



 

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