Among the changes in the official Firefox 3.6 release is a change to where new tabs open from clicked links—to the right of the tab they launched from. Liked it better the old way? Here's the quick fix.
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Mozilla has slightly pushed back its self-imposed deadlines for releasing a final version of Firefox 3.6 and the first beta of Firefox 4.0. Firefox 3.6, currently available as a fifth beta, is set as a first quarter goal for 2010, while Firefox 4, once considered a possibility for 2010, could arrive as a beta in the middle of 2010 and in final form "in late 2010 or early 2011," according to Mozilla's wiki.
The new Firefox 3.5 release brought a lot of great features, but one annoyance sent reader Mark looking for a solution: When you close the last tab, the browser closes instead of opening a blank tab.
Firefox 3.5 isn't set to release until June, but that doesn't mean Mozilla isn't already looking ahead to the next release. Weblog Mozilla Links reports that Firefox 3.6 is already in the works, and the developers are focusing on performance, extension installation that doesn't require a restart (god-send!), improved file-uploading (à la the Dragdropupload extension), and an option to convert web applications to desktop apps. We've seen the last feature in Google Chrome, and the functionality has been available for some time via Prism, but integration seems like a good idea if they want to keep up with the Chromeses. Got any features you'd kill to see in Firefox 3.6? Let's hear it in the comments.