Source Pravda.Ru

Mozilla Firefox releases FireFox 3.0 Beta 4

Mozilla Firefox released Monday its Firefox 3.0 Beta 4, an improved version of Firefox 3 Beta 3.

The improvements are the following:

- As a graphics backend the creators used Cairo;

- Cocoa Widgets was included in OS X builds;

- API's were implemented from WHATWG specs;

- There are some changes to how DOM events are dispatched, how HTML object elements are loaded, and how web pages are painted;

- There are new SVG elements and filters, and improved SVG specification compliance;

- There are new UI improvements, including default themes for different operating systems and new download manager;

- Addons.mozilla.org were integrated in the Add-ons window.

Windows 95, 98, ME and Mac OS X v10.3 and lower are no longer supported.

Photo: che-forum.ucoz.ru

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