Mozilla is adding a new feature to Firefox 66. Scroll Anchoring should eliminate unexpected page content jumps that happen when images and ads are being asynchronously loaded at the top of the page, making you scroll the page down.
When you install several Firefox versions in Windows (e.g. the stable one, Beta, and ESR), all instances will try to share a common browser profile. This often leads to issues, because changes between versions may break profile compatibility. This changes with Firefox 67.
A new feature has landed in pre-release versions of Mozilla, and it will reach the production branch soon. Firefox users will be able to assign keyboard shortcuts (hotkeys) to actions available for installed extensions.
If you are a Firefox user, you may already know that the browser shows hints and tips about Firefox and Mozilla on the New Tab page. For certain users, it also shows a number of third-party ads. If you are not happy with this behavior of the browser, here is how to disable ads on the New Tab page.
Mozilla is going to discontinue support for Adobe Flash in Firefox 69. The plugin will be disabled by default. A new bug filing confirms this intention.
As you may already know, recent versions of Mozilla Firefox allow you to quickly search for an open tab from the address bar. All you need is to type the percent symbol, and the browser will list the open tabs in the drop down menu of the address bar. Firefox Nightly extends this option by adding a new option to the List All Tabs menu.
For Firefox 65, the team behind the browser is going to offer MSI installers for Windows. MSI installers will not replace traditional executable file installers (*.exe), they will be additionally offered for download.
Mozilla is releasing Firefox 64 to the stable branch. Here are the key changes in this version.
As you may already know, Firefox 64 will include a new task manager feature. For Firefox 65, the team behind the browser is preparing a number of interesting improvements to this feature.
Firefox users will soon receive a notification if the website they visit have been recently breached. This will be done with help of the Firefox Monitor online service that is integrated with the browser. It will deliver breach alert service notifications to Firefox desktop users.