Mozilla Firefox Browser Stable Version Releases

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    FYI. Schedule Update
     
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    After I updated FF, everything was small and unreadable. I had to reset Windows scaling and everything is back to normal again.
     
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    how much were the per cent scaling set in windows?

    is this helpful?
    https://stackoverflow.com/questions/23099849/stop-firefox-dpi-scaling-when-windows-setting-is-at-125
     
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    Is anyone having issues downloading the latest versions of Firefox on Linux.
    Seems last couple of versions when an update appears it takes a long time to
    download. Even tried at different times of the day. Typically download before
    took maybe less than 5 minutes. Currently have installed Firefox 123.0
     
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    for ubuntu i use snap and the update happened very fast, also the installation of nightly in parallel after preliminaries was fast. vpn/proxy? wrong dns server?
     
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    Like Brummelchen, I use Firefox snap and the update is very fast.
    Which distro do you use and how does it, or how do you, download and update Firefox?
    I think it is relevant to compare with users that use the same way of downloading and updating.
     
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    Using Linux Mint and Firefox is updated via Mint Update Manager.
    Like I said before Firefox updated fast, but recently it's been
    very slow updating. No VPN and using official repositories with
    a mirror that is closer to my location to update quicker.
     
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    FYI. Schedule Update.
     
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    Thanks, @Libraman It will probably be able to get the new version via internal updater tomorrow.:)
     
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    Officially, the internal updater download won't be there until tomorrow. The Release Notes are not yet prepared as well.
     
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    I noticed that. Thank you. Updated this morning. Cheers.
     
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    Trooper, you're welcome! Take care.
     
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