Firefox version 103 supports 120Hz and higher screens. It also corrects nine security flaws and improves the PiP display function, as well as the filling of PDF forms.
Mozilla has just released version 103 of its Firefox browser. In addition to the classic bug fixes and security vulnerabilities (9 this time), this version offers a new function that improves performance on screens with refresh rates of 120 Hz and more. This advance will be of particular interest to users of 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros equipped with M1 Pro or M1 Max SoCs. Indeed, these models benefit from Apple’s ProMotion technology, with a display frequency that can vary from 24 to 120 Hz. In addition, the browser is more responsive in the event of heavy use of the processor by other process, through the use of a new API.
For Windows 10 and 11 users, Mozilla has planned to automatically add the browser to the taskbar upon installation. The accessibility option for the visually impaired that increases text size now applies to the entire browser interface, in addition to content. Access to toolbar buttons can now be done on the keyboard with the Tab and Shift-Tab keys, as well as with the arrow keys.
Mozilla is also advancing its PiP (Picture in Picture) feature, which displays videos in thumbnail format in the foreground. This feature now supports subtitles for Funimation, Dailymotion, Tubi, Hotstar, and SonyLIV services. It is now possible to directly change the size and font of subtitles from the PiP window.
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Finally, the browser highlights the fields you need to fill in PDF forms, so you don’t forget any.