Okay, okay: you can stop haranguing me now - optimized builds of Firefox 126.96.36.199 are now available for G4, G5, and Intel Macs.
These teensy updates from the happy nerds at the Mozilla corporation are starting to become a monthly occurrence, but hey, if it wasn’t for these you’d never come ‘round for a visit, right?
Here’s the changelog:
- Fixed an issue with playing Windows Media content
- Improvements to product stability
- Added changes for Frisian locale (fy-NL)
- A literal clambake of security fixes
That’s it. I suppose the Frisians out there must be happy with these changes, but I for one am looking forward to when a Firefox changelog is longer than three lines. Firefox 2.0, don’t fail me now.
As with previous optimized releases the G4 and Intel builds come with both Firefoxy form widgets as well as the more integrated and mac-like aqua form widgets. The G5 version is aqua form widgets only.
The usual spiel: these builds are called DeerPark and doesn’t have the official icon because the Firefox name and branding are reserved for official release; this comes with zero support (read: you’re on your own); I’m not responsible if anything medieval should transpire.
Oh, and in lieu of donations I highly recommend you take your destiny into your own hands and buy those pants you’ve been thinking about. Black leather pants in the middle of the summer? Now that’s hardcore.
A newer version of Firefox is now available: Go and get it.