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    Phoronix: Firefox 38 Adds Responsive Image Support, Ruby Annotations

    Mozilla Firefox 38 is being officially released today and with this open-source web browser update comes new functionality...

    http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pag...refox-38-Today

  • #2
    Boring. Still no support for HTML5 input element type="date".

    Also, I find as a web developer when something goes it just silently fails in Firefox.
    In Chrome, you get informative messages in the debug console, such as EventSource could failed because of wrong mimetype or because wrong encoding.

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    • #3
      At least now we are one release away from MSE in Linux.

      And now that i think about it it's been quite a while since we last heard news about Wayland.

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      • #4
        On Windows, youtube now uses the html5 player by default yay!
        Firefox 38 for the win!

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        • #5
          And still no MSE for watching Netflix?! Why is this extension still missing? -.-

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          • #6
            Sounds like a lot of new stuff. Unfortunately, upgrading to 38.0 messed up the "size" of a bunch of UI elements - icons, toolbar, etc were all WAY too big. I'm using to zooming in/out some with a 4k screen, but the toolbars were 2-4x the normal size.

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            • #7
              Firefox 38 seems to break OpenGL layer acceleration on Linux with at least RadeonSI! Lots of white rectangles, scrolling stutters. Hope it's just something with the Arch package.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by TheRealBecks View Post
                And still no MSE for watching Netflix?! Why is this extension still missing? -.-
                See, the thing about that is...


                Firefox DOES support MSE and Adobe's CDM. Not 100% yet, but it's available for 32-bit Firefox (Nightly/Dev) users.
                The problem is that Netflix does not support Adobe's CDM for some reason. Blame them.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by holunder View Post
                  Firefox 38 seems to break OpenGL layer acceleration on Linux with at least RadeonSI! Lots of white rectangles, scrolling stutters. Hope it's just something with the Arch package.
                  Dunno, it might be something else since Epiphany shutters on some pages too (the same ones like 38 does?). But Nightly seems to be OK and running quite smoothly...

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                  • #10
                    Those all sound dangerous for the tor project. Hopefully they disable them.

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