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Mozilla Posts First Pre-Release Code For Firefox 4

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 PostPosted: Thu Jul 01, 2010 2:35 am   
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The first pre-release version of Firefox 4 has shown up in Mozilla's nightly builds page for developers.

The first actual beta meant for public testing beyond developers is expected in the next couple of weeks. Dubbed "firefox-4.0b2pre" the installer offers the first peak at what the open-source Web browser, due out by the end of 2010, might look like. It also adds support for Google's WebM open-sourced video format.

The browser prototype, whimsically and ominously called "Minefield," sports a redesigned user interface that seems to borrow from Chrome and Opera, with tabs up top and no menu. You have the options to turn the menu bar back on and to move the tabs back down. The menu is replaced by an "App button" at the top left of the window border, which drops down options when pressed.

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