Firefox 88 has been released with pinch zoom touchpad gesture support for Linux

Mozilla Firefox 88.0 has been released today. For Linux users, smooth pinch zoom using the touchpad is now supported.

In addition, Firefox 88 has introduced new protection against privacy leaks. This limits the window.name property to the website that created it. Also, clear the window.name property if you can move between websites and compromise your privacy.

Firefox 88 has been released with pinch zoom touchpad gesture support for Linux

For those who prefer the built-in “Take Screenshot” action, this feature has been removed from the Actions menu on the “Three Dots” page. Instead, you can get it from the context menu.

Firefox 88 has been released with pinch zoom touchpad gesture support for Linux

Other changes Firefox 88.0 include:

  • PDF forms now support JavaScript embedded in PDF files.
  • Margin units are now localized in print.
  • Disable FTP support.
  • Various security fixes.

How to get Firefox 88 on Ubuntu:

With all current Ubuntu releases, new Firefox packages will be available in the Ubuntu Security & Updates repository in the coming days.

You can easily update your web browser using Software Updater (Update Manager).

Firefox 88 has been released with pinch zoom touchpad gesture support for Linux

For those who can’t wait, you can download the non-installed portable tarball from the link below.

Firefox FTP download page

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