Firefox 1.5 is out

Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Firefox 1.5 was released yesterday. I got around to installing it today, and I love it! There are quite a few new features, but here are my favourites:

  • Tabs can be re-ordered without having to use an extension
  • FF displays a page when there’s an error instead of having a popup window
  • Ability to use the at-rule for matching on site/document URL. I won’t have to use an extension any longer.

I noticed that I could type in slashes in the address bar with keywords again biggrin. And they seemed to have fixed this bug where there would be white lines appearing over images when the images are in an overflowed div.

Also, there were a couple of extensions that were disabled because they wouldn’t work with 1.5, but I was able to find updated versions at the Add-ons site. I’m just waiting for the Furl Toolbar, Bookmarks Synchronizer, and ChromEdit extensions to be updated and I’ll be set!

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Apr 20 2014 @ 04:34 AM