Version 102.0, first offered to Release channel users on June 28, 2022
Tired of too many windows crowding your screen? You can now disable automatic opening of the download panel every time a new download starts. Read more.
Firefox now mitigates query parameter tracking when navigating sites if you have enabled strict mode for Enhanced Tracking Protection.
When using a screen reader on Windows, pressing enter to activate an element no longer fails or clicks the wrong element and/or another application window. For those blind or with very limited vision, this technology reads out loud what is on the screen, and users can adapt them to their needs (now, on our platform, without errors).
You can now filter style sheets in the Style Editor tab of our developer tools
TransformStream and ReadableStream.pipeThrough have landed, allowing you to pipe from a ReadableStream to a WritableStream, executing a transformation on each chunk.
ReadableStream, TransformStream, and WritableStream are all transferable now.
Firefox now supports Content-Security-Policy (CSP) integration with WebAssembly. A document with a CSP that restricts scripts will no longer execute WebAssembly unless the policy uses 'unsafe-eval' or the new 'wasm-unsafe-eval' keyword.