Mozilla Announces Firefox Beta With Retina Display Support

Posted November 26, 2012 at 8:33pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 6813 views

Mozilla has announced that a new Firefox Beta for Windows, Mac, and Linux is available for download and testing.

This update includes JavaScript improvements that make Web apps and games perform better and support for W3C Touch Events. Firefox Beta also supports Retina Display for Mac users.

● IonMonkey: IonMonkey is a new JavaScript JIT compiler that provides a more efficient way for Firefox to process JavaScript. With IonMonkey, Firefox will perform faster with Web apps, games and other JavaScript-heavy pages.

● Retina Display Support: Firefox Beta supports Retina Display for Mac users to make Firefox even sharper when watching movies, playing games and browsing the Web.

● Disable Insecure Content: Firefox Beta can disable insecure content on HTTPS secure websites to maintain the privacy of your communication with the website. You can enable the feature in about:config.

● Support for W3C Touch Events: Firefox Beta supports standard W3C touch events in addition to MozTouch events.

You can get the beta from the link below...

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Alejandro Iván - November 26, 2012 at 9:50pm
I don't really get it. Aren't almost ALL apps to support Retina Display? It's only a higher-resolution thing... and apps are supposed to be able to be resized...
sharbeen - November 26, 2012 at 11:22pm
each icons, the skin, etc embedded in the app to appear on teh screen was of low dpi (dots per inch). Since its lower than the one on the retina macbook (220dpi) it shows pixelated.
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