New Firefox Browser Version Released

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  1. bo elam

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    Pleasant surprise with 106.0. This is so even though I was expecting headaches as I updated from Firefox 103.02 to 106.0. I might even find useful the "List all tabs" feature. It took me a few hours to notice it, that in itself tells me that the new feature does not annoy me. Maybe it can be useful in my case use of the browser. For some reason, the List all tabs arrow appears in a different place that it appears in the picture posted by Minimalistic. Perhaps this is because I use tabs on the bottom.

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    You're welcome. Yes that behaviour was introduced by 106 version. I also didn't find any mention of it so IDK if this is by design or an error.
     
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    Looks OK.

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    I think Mozilla are on the ball with the snap package Firefox. Which surprised me TBH lol.
     
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    "snap" is linux only if this was meant, the issue concerns windows only.
     
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    Daveski17's screenshot didn't show whether it was Firefox snap 106.0.3 or an earlier version.
    I don't know if with Firefox snap all versions are pushed, including 106.0.3, or only those versions relevant for Linux, so not 106.0.3.
    (I'm still on Kubuntu 20.04, which has no Firefox snap but the Ubuntu repository non-snap version, which was very recently updated to 106.0.2. Later, when I find the time, I'll upgrade to Kubuntu 22.04, which has Firefox snap.)
     
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    please talk about builds, not snaps.
     
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    ofc they will extend its free product firefox until august, there is no need to read brinkman. in august the new esr build rises and this wont run on win7/8. users using esr probably know this circumstance.

    but with this upcoming end of life such users are forced to use a vulnerable browser, or switch to a stupid fork where newer patches need to imported always with the risk it may blow experience very fast ;)
     
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