Firefox 71 is released

Mozilla has released Firefox 71 today, although this version isn’t as big as version 70 was, it brings interesting features with it.

It introduces a new “–kiosk” command-line parameter that opens the web browser in full-screen mode (a.k.a. kiosk mode), a redesigned about:config internal configuration page and it will also add a new Certificate Viewer that’s much easier to use and packs more detailed information and features, new locales for Catalan (Valencian) (ca-valencia), Tagalog (tl), and Triqui (trs), as well as new server-timing information for web developers.

It also promises to improve the DevTools grid inspector with support for the Subgrid feature, which greatly enhances the flexibility and usability of grid layouts by permitting the a child’s grid to use the tracks defined on the parent. 

Mozilla released Firefox 71 officially today and is already available in the Arch repo.

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