Epiphany 3.12 Beta Lands Some Last Minute Changes
Written by Michael Larabel in GNOME on 19 February 2014 at 05:03 PM EST. 2 Comments
Epiphany 3.11.90 was released today and with it the GNOME web-browser continues landing more important.

The WebKitGTK+ web-browser has a new and revamped title/location bar, a new/improved HTML-based overivew page, fixes for pop-up windows with the multi-process mode, making the find toolbar work again, and many other code clean-ups and fixes.

More details on Epiphany 3.11.90 can be found via this Git commit. This new version also depends upon the latest WebKitGTK+ engine release.

Epiphany 3.12 will be officially released alongside GNOME 3.12 in just over one month.

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