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Mozilla Firefox 43.0 to Bring GTK3 Integration for GNU/Linux OSes


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#1 Dazzzler

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Posted 09 November 2015 - 12:57 AM

Among the new features set to arrive in Mozilla Firefox 43.0, we can mention better support for playing m4v videos, support for streaming WebRTC on multiple monitors, Big5 support improvements, as well as the ability to select second block list for the Tracking Protection functionality of the Private Browsing feature.

Additionally, the web browser will also feature GTK3 integration for GNU/Linux OSes. Originally set to be released along with the Mozilla Firefox 42.0 web browser, the GTK3 integration for GNU/Linux operating systems has now been postponed for the next major release of the software, Mozilla Firefox 43.0.

Read more : http://news.softpedia.com/news/mozilla-firefox-43-0-to-bring-gtk3-integration-for-gnu-linux-oses-495882.shtml

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Posted 12 November 2015 - 03:37 PM

That is interesting news for us Linux users.

 

Thanks, Dazzler

 

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