• DarkThoughts@fedia.io
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    Firefox can now translate selections of text and hyperlinked text to other languages from the context menu.

    Nice, one addon I can uninstall.

    For users in the US and Canada, Firefox will now show your recent searches or currently trending searches when you open the Address Bar to get you back to your previous search session or inspire your next one.

    Good grief… I’m glad I’m from the EU I guess. Who the hell needs trending searches?!

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      What, are you, like a weird person who searches for stuff YOU want to find instead of getting on a comfortable banwagon and consuming ads disguised as content like EVERYONE else? Shame! /s

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      Yeah, like all versions due to the moronic version numbering change they did to copy Chrome. Having a major version number change for a hand full of little changes is silly.

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        I was referring to 128 as a power of two. I don’t really see the big deal with versioning applications like this though. Semantic versioning is important for software libraries, much less relevant for applications.