Firefox 3.0.2 Hits the Ground Running

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Firefox Logo Concurrent with the release of Camino 1.6.4, Mozilla has released Firefox 3.0.2. This release a couple of critical security issues. Please take the time to upgrade.

Below are the changes in 3.0.2 as they appear in the release notes:

  • Fixed several security issues.
  • Fixed several stability issues.
  • Official releases for Sinhala and Slovene are now available.
  • Beta releases for Bengali, Galician, Hindi, Icelandic, Kannada, Marathi, Telugu, and Thai are available for testing.
  • Fixed a number of minor issues with the layout of certain web pages.
  • Fixed several theme issues that affected right-to-left locales.
  • Fixed issue that caused some users with customized toolbars to have their Back and Forward buttons go missing (bug 426026)
  • Add new Extended Validation (EV) roots to Firefox 3.0.2.
  • On certain IDN sites, the password manager would not fill in username and password details properly.
  • Fixed several hangs and crashes that occurred when using screen readers.
  • Fixed Mac-specific issues:
  • Keyboard shortcuts would stop working in some cases.
  • Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Indic characters can not be entered (using IME) into text fields in Flash objects (bug 357670)
  • Firefox 3.0.1 could not be used when the user profile is stored on an AFP directory (bug 417037)
  • See the Firefox 3.0.1 release notes for previous changes.

Happy upgrading!

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