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Firefox 20 has been released! See why you must give the popular open source browser another try…
Firefox 19 has been released a few days ago bringing small changes and improvements, with the new built-in PDF viewer being the most important addition of the version. I am a Chrome user and I’ve had built-in PDF viewing support for a very long time now, but in the case of Firefox it is “better [...]
The new version of the most popular open source browser has been released yesterday bringing exciting speed improvements in various sectors and support for modern display technologies. This release is not a long term support one like Firefox 10 and 17 were and version 24 will be, so you should only use this if you [...]
Firefox port to GTK3 will take some more time to arrive ..until then you can use some extensions to achieve a better integration for FF in GNOME 3. All you need to do, is to install 3 extensions, GNOME3, HTitle and FxButton.
This is a small trick to show how you can install and fire multiple instances of Firefox, Aurora (the Next Firefox) and Firefox ESR (Extended Support Release). This tutorial won’t ask you for a root command and it won’t mess up with your system at all! Although it is Gnome specific you can use it in [...]
Although Web is quickly evolving into a fully featured browser, it still has a lot to do to be used as the core part of every Gnome user daily internet experience. Firefox and Chrome/Chromium that are the most popular choices unfortunately look different and non-coherent inside Gnome, even when using the selected GTK theme. This [...]
Libre Office (LO) 3.6.1 came out yesterday with many bug fixes. That was the second release from 3.6 branch. But more good things happened. LO port in GStreamer 1 (aka 0.11) was marked as done! From curiosity I also checked the GTK3 port of Libre Office ..and also GTK3 port in Gimp and Firefox.
Few days ago I was talking with Jack -Scionicspectre- Gandy, who is a new Gnome contributor, and he was explaing me about the work he does together with Cosimo Cecchi for improving GTK2 Apps look. Two-three days after, he pushed his work in the Gnome-Themes-Standard Git. The result is just impressive!