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Post Posted January 14th, 2021, 5:52 am

Previous Nightly Builds thread 20210114

The first official 20210115 NIGHTLY builds are out
The official Firefox 85 Beta 9 builds are out

Previous NIGHTLY: 20210114 (Fx 86.0a1)
Previous BETA: 20210113 (Fx 85.0b8)

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Release Notes: NIGHTLY | BETA
Changelogs: NIGHTLY | BETA


Fixed:
    NIGHTLY +43
  1. #1685420
  2. #1685925
  3. #1686559
  4. #1684050 [Core:Canvas: 2D]-Intermittent build dependent TEST-UNEXPECTED-PASS | /html/canvas/element/path-objects/2d.path.isPointInStroke.scaleddashes.html | isPointInStroke() should return correct results on dashed paths at high scale factors [Uns]
  5. #1685475 [Core:DOM: Core & HTML]-Data documents should belong to the same DocGroup when it's creator is in the cross-origin-isolated env [Uns]
  6. #1597437 [Core:DOM: Navigation]-Audit nsIDocShellTreeItem usage in nsGlobalWindowOuter::GetContentInternal in dom/base/nsGlobalWindowOuter.cpp [Uns]
  7. #1612147 [Core:DOM: Security]-RefPtr<FeaturePolicy> is stored in BrowsingContext [Uns]
  8. #1686383 [Core:Gecko Profiler]-Remove misleading "setTimeout" markers (and keep the "setTimeout callback" markers) [All]
  9. #1685563 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-Consider storing non-subpixel AA glyphs in an A8 texture instead of a RGBA texture [All]
  10. #1683217 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-Crash in [@ webrender::screen_capture::AsyncScreenshotGrabber::get_screenshot] while profiling [Uns]
  11. #1684170 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-Decouple WebRender and Software WebRender gfxConfig features [All]
  12. #1686805 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-Relax version check for FLIP_SEQUENTIAL present. [All]
  13. #1686158 [Core:Graphics: WebRender]-ThreadSanitizer: data race [@ webrender_bindings::swgl_bindings::SwCompositeGraphNode::reset] vs. [@ webrender_bindings::swgl_bindings::SwCompositeGraphNode::take_band] [Uns]
  14. #1640607 [Core:Graphics]-360 Video stutters on 4k monitor [Win]
  15. #1683653 [Core:Graphics]-Crash in [@ OOM | large | mozalloc_abort | moz_xmalloc | mozilla::gfx::SourceSurfaceRawData::GuaranteePersistance] [Win]
  16. #1686018 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-0.35 - 0.37% Base Content JS (linux1804-64-shippable, linux1804-64-shippable-qr, macosx1014-64-shippable-qr, windows10-64-shippable, windows10-64-shippable-qr) regression on push f78e99829e2615067fe014bb8b9a7da75980c2ba (Wed January 6 2021) [Uns]
  17. #1671391 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Fix debugger quality-of-life regressions from bug 1412202 [Uns]
  18. #1683276 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Move CompilationStencil.{moduleMetadata, asmJS} out of CompilationStencil [Uns]
  19. #1686732 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Remove tellDebuggerAboutCompiledScript [Uns]
  20. #1686572 [Core:JavaScript Engine]-Return OffThreadToken* from DecodeOffThreadScript [Uns]
  21. #1686492 [Core:JavaScript: Standard Library]-Implement "Give %TypedArray% methods explicit algorithms" spec PR [Uns]
  22. #1685984 [Core:Javascript: WebAssembly]-Refactoring: Make SIMD code cross-platform [All]
  23. #1686458 [Core:Layout: Generated Content, Lists, and Counters]-bullets for list items shifted, distorted, cut off or missing [Uns]
  24. #1686386 [Core:Layout]-IntersectionObserver code spends a surprising amount of time in ContentPrincipal::GetBaseDomain [All]
  25. #1686310 [Core:Layout]-Remove ReflowInput::mFrameType [All]
  26. #1684241 [Core:Networking]-No SOCKSv5 proxy for 127.0.0.0/8 [Uns]
  27. #1686611 [Core:Networking]-Website load issues with network.dns.upgrade_with_https_rr [Win]
  28. #1679512 [Core:Privacy: Anti-Tracking]-Stop computing the ContentBlockingAllowListPrincipal for sub-documents [Uns]
  29. #1685552 [Core:Security: PSM]-remove subjectAltNames from nsIX509Cert [Uns]
  30. #1683299 [Core:Storage: localStorage & sessionStorage]-localStorage.setItem causes DOMException: The quota has been exceeded without any localStorage [Uns]
  31. #1686703 [Core:Widget: Gtk]-[Wayland] SW rendering flickers for small repaints [Uns]
  32. #1681107 [Core:Widget: Gtk]-[Wayland][Webrender] Webrender fails on popup opening because wl_surface is not ready to draw [Uns]
  33. #1686480 [DevTools:Debugger]-Allow all options currently passed to ThreadActor.attach to be passed via ThreadActor.reconfigure [Uns]
  34. #1583064 [DevTools:Debugger]-Inline preview not working for classProperties / class fields [Uns]
  35. #1686564 [DevTools:Debugger]-Set onExceptionUnwind once [Uns]
  36. #1682420 [Firefox:about:logins]-No focus ring when clicking on meatball menu and then navigating with keyboard [All]
  37. #1681249 [Firefox:File Handling]-Firefox 83, cross-domain iframe cannot call parent window with custom url [All]
  38. #1682395 [Firefox:General]-Add vertical centering for new tabmodal implementation [Uns]
  39. #1680637 [Firefox:General]-Implement tabmodal alert/confirm/prompt dialogs to use SubDialog instead of TabModalPrompt [Uns]
  40. #1686497 [Firefox:Messaging System]-Messages with triggers cause trigger listeners to initialize multiple times [Uns]
  41. #1620993 [Toolkit:Crash Reporting]-Rewrite the Linux-specific minidump writer code in Rust [Lin]
  42. #1686459 [Toolkit:Printing]-The paginator doesn’t get automatically updated while changing different print options [All]
  43. #1675877 [Toolkit:Telemetry]-What is up with `seq` holes in FOG's "fog-validation" pings? [Uns]

    Partial Landings/Diagnostic Patches:
  1. #1685303 [Core:DOM: Selection]-Fortify code around `AccessibleCaretManager::OnSelectionChanged` [Uns]
  2. #1684061 [Core:Security: PSM]-Upgrade Firefox 86 to use NSS 3.61 [All]
  3. #1683828 [Core:Storage: Cache API]-Use QM_TRY etc. more in Cache API [Uns]

    Beta 8 -> Beta 9 Changelog +20
  1. #1677590
  2. #1680022
  3. #1682068
  4. #1682100
  5. #1683940
  6. #1684123
  7. #1684837
  8. #1685420
  9. #1686127
  10. #1686305
  11. #1686532
  12. #1686559
  13. #1685056 [Core:DOM: Core & HTML]-Popup Blocker bar disappears immediately after window.open is called by a script in an iframe, and that iframe gets removed. [Uns]
  14. #1681610 [Core:Graphics]-Bullet points have a hole at the centre [Uns]
  15. #1626997 [Core:Networking]-Enable <link rel=preload> support by default [Uns]
  16. #1685619 [Firefox:Address Bar]-Update handleNavigation so we can navigate from the extension API [Uns]
  17. #1685310 [Firefox:New Tab Page]-Update Baidu top site icon to the new Baidu version [Uns]
  18. #1680906 [Firefox:Search]-Update Baidu(百度) logo to new icon [Uns]
  19. #1683188 [Firefox:Tabbed Browser]-Perma-checkerboarding and broken paints after tab switching, sometimes (with Ctrl+Tab); fixed by another tab switch [All]
  20. #1683658 [Toolkit:Printing]-Screen readers doesn’t read the print preview's “Pages per sheet” label [All]

Nightly 86 fixes since 20201215 (Gecko 85) ~726
Beta 85 fixes since 20201116 (Gecko 84) ~907

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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 3:03 am

Has anyone else noticed that wheel scrolling is not as smooth as it was a day or two ago on Nightly? It is really distracting especially on pages with lots of graphics like news sites.
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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 3:12 am

streetwolf wrote:Has anyone else noticed that wheel scrolling is not as smooth as it was a day or two ago on Nightly? It is really distracting especially on pages with lots of graphics like news sites.

nope, cant say i have, having 1 eye now i only notice slow webpages

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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 10:13 am

@ streetwolf - if you have new profile, you will be forced to use new "Chromium-like" settings ](*,)
so yes, scrolling won't be smooth anymore
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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 11:04 am

Virtual_ManPL wrote:@ streetwolf - if you have new profile, you will be forced to use new "Chromium-like" settings ](*,)
so yes, scrolling won't be smooth anymore


It's my old profile though. I had to resort to using the add-on YASS WE. Scrolling is much smoother now.
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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 12:43 pm

Virtual_ManPL wrote:@ streetwolf - if you have new profile, you will be forced to use new "Chromium-like" settings ](*,)
so yes, scrolling won't be smooth anymore



Chrome settings ? like what...

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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 2:25 pm

my guess this is the start of the New Firefox89 becoming a full blown HTML browser. which would be why smooth scroll aint so smooth

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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 2:36 pm

TheVisitor wrote:
Virtual_ManPL wrote:@ streetwolf - if you have new profile, you will be forced to use new "Chromium-like" settings ](*,)
so yes, scrolling won't be smooth anymore
Chrome settings ? like what...
Mozilla Firefox is now using Chromium-like settings for "smooth" scrolling.
I was talking about these ones:
general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.durationMaxMS
general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.durationMinMS
general.smoothScroll.mouseWheel.migrationPercent

So instead of pointing that users migrating from Chrome (like someone is migrate now looking on statistics :lildevil: ) may disable smooth scrolling in Firefox Options, so they will have scrolling like in Chrome, Mozilla just forced in on all new users, which is next "superior" change ](*,)
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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 3:38 pm

.The official Firefox 85 Beta 9 builds are out

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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 4:59 pm

@ V_M thanks.....

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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 5:09 pm

soon enough there probably wont be much difference using firefox or Chrome/Chromium browsers, lets hope they dont bring in Manifest V3 to firefox after 89

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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 6:52 pm

Snake4 wrote:soon enough there probably wont be much difference using firefox or Chrome/Chromium browsers, lets hope they dont bring in Manifest V3 to firefox after 89

The plan of record is to add some new features from Manifest V3, but not drop some of the things not in V3.

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Post Posted January 15th, 2021, 7:34 pm

bjherbison wrote:
Snake4 wrote:soon enough there probably wont be much difference using firefox or Chrome/Chromium browsers, lets hope they dont bring in Manifest V3 to firefox after 89

The plan of record is to add some new features from Manifest V3, but not drop some of the things not in V3.

yeah i did have a Bug Number for what was planned for 89, untill there's official Mockups of what they tend to do no one really knows except the developers ofcourse. here it is. https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=proton
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