Mozilla Firefox 3 Beta 4 Released
Monday March 10th, 2008
Mozilla Firefox 3 Beta 4 has been released for testing. The fourth beta of the next major Firefox version offers over 900 bug fixes over Beta 3, including improvements in download manager, full page zoom, better integration with Vista, Mac OS X and Linux, and significant improvements in speed and memory usage.
Firefox 3 Beta 4 can be downloaded from the Firefox beta page. The Firefox 3 Beta 4 Release Notes have more details, including information about what's new in Firefox 3 and what's been improved in this specific milestone. The Mozilla Developer News weblog's announcement of Firefox 3 Beta 4 includes links of interest to developers.
A fifth beta milestone has been added to Firefox 3 Schedule based on the number of blockers remaining. Code Freeze for beta 5 will be on Tuesday, March 18th, 2008.
#9 Re: Re: Still ugly
Tuesday March 11th, 2008 12:32 PM
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Change for the sake of change. They want to look more like Vista/IE7, since that's what people are getting on their computers. Instead of leveraging the investment already made in establishing a UI interface that has worked for 10+ years.
Not to mention the graphics just plain suck. They're not consistent even within themselves and look mismatched, out of place, and low-res. Lacking any of the polish existing in the FF2 theme.