Mozilla: Firefox 89 has a new look

com! professional has compiled the most important innovations for you and has already noticed a few changes that the editors are not particularly pleased with.

Mozilla has released Firefox version 89.0. The browser now comes in a new design, which Proton is called.

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The user interface has been completely redesigned. For example, most of the icons have been replaced, and they are now generally slimmer.

New toolbar

The design of the toolbar is also new. The menus have been streamlined and the content of the menus has been partially reorganized. Mozilla writes in the Release Notes, Menu contents are prioritized according to usage. The labels have also been updated.

New Firefox menu in light and dark design

(Source: Mozilla)

Tabs

The design of the tabs has been revised. The tabs now look more or less floating. According to the developers, the rounded design of the active tab should support the focus and signal that the tab can be moved if necessary.

“Floating” tabs

(Source: Screenshot / PCtipp.ch)

Updated prompts

Prompts like infobars, panels and modals now have a clearer design and language.

Prompts for input before and after

(Source: Mozilla)

Further innovations

An elastic overscroll effect has been introduced for macOS users. According to Mozilla, a gently bouncing animation shows users when they have reached the end of the page.

There is also new support for intelligent zoom. Double tap with two fingers on your trackpad (did not work for the editor) or with one finger on the Magic Mouse to zoom in on the content under the cursor.

On the next page you will find a few things that disturb the editorial staff a little.


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