SpiderMonkey no longer supports sharp variables http://t.co/fp953pUK
Line breaks support in tooltips (title attribute) http://t.co/q0F18DVN
New Tab Page is landing in tonight Nightly. Need a config pref change to activate it. http://t.co/TsDT84dw (Thx @bogas04 for the video)
Errors from before the Web Console is opened are now displayed in the Console once open: http://t.co/zC7k7zU3
Quartz backend for the new 2D API (Azure) landed, on by default, for canvas. OS X only, canvas only (for now) - http://t.co/bCZa7R4L
1st revision of a Firefox profile migrator has landed. First step towards implementing a “profile cleaning” feature http://t.co/ZUkHza1V
FIXED - Enable smooth scrolling by default https://t.co/s65uwuZ2 (part of the Snappy project: https://t.co/2QYRBaru)
FIXED: Scroll view a few lines beyond occurrence of found search term to show more context instead - https://t.co/VYZnA0EH
The CSS3 property text-align-last allowing to define the alignment of the last line of a paragraph has landed. https://t.co/L9cnAHSJ
No UAC dialog in Firefox 12
Every time Firefox updates, you get this dialog: In Firefox 12 (nightly right now), we killed it! No more UAC dialog anymore :) This is a huge step in our way to full silent update.
The 'text-run word cache' has been replaced
This is one of these very technical bugs that very few people are able to solve. But the main consequence of it being fixed is a gain of speed. According to Jonathan Kew, who did this nice work, it can lead up to 2% speed-up of the page rendering on some systems (but not all), especially in pages with big blocks of text, like Wikipedia. At the same time, this work fix some bugs with the...
The SVGTests interface has been implemented: http://t.co/lL9PhFcq
From now on Nightly won’t progressively display an image if it has all its data. Speeds up rendering of such images : https://t.co/hiINrgUx
Another step towards MathML3 support! Next Nightly supports the align attribute on <munder>, <mover>, and <munderover> https://t.co/SqGIQjlC
The crazy floating scrollbar is a story of the...
Since years there was an ugly scrollbar in the Customize Toolbar palette. It is now away, thank to Jared Wein. Now: Before: And the usual gory technical details if you like them.
There is now an “Undo Add To Dictionary” entry in the contextual menu, right after you added a word to it. https://t.co/zedhtPMd