- Jun 21, 2020
- Addresses a crash experienced by users with AMD Zen 1 CPUs. (bug 1796126)
- Fix missing content on some PDF forms (bug 1794351).
- Fix column width for the Notification sub-panel in Settings (bug 1793558).
- Fix a browser freeze with accessibility enabled on some sites such as the Proxmox Web UI (bug 1793748).
- Fix page reloading not working with Firefox View and not refreshing synced data (bug 1792680 and bug 1794474).
- Fix browser not opening if installed from the Windows Store (Bug 1796391).
- Fix a startup crash for some users on Windows (bug 1797464).
- Fixed an incompatibility with the new Windows 11 22H2 Suggested Actions feature resulting in hangs when copying text on a web page (bug 1774285).
- A fix for incompatibility with the new Windows 11 22H2 Suggested Actions is known to cause pasting issues in Chromium applications. That’s Chromium bug 1379879 / Mozilla Bug 1798117, and we will be landing a workaround to avoid the Chromium bug on a future release. (still unresolved)
- Fixed an issue with DRM Video playback (bug 1797292).
- Fixed broken layout of datetime input when switching types (bug 1797139).
- Fixes Firefox hanging when there is a Direct3D device reset (bug 1792115).unresolved:
We are investigating an increase in crashes reported by users with Intel Gemini Lake CPUs(fixed in 106.0.5).
- Addresses a crash experienced by users with Intel Gemini Lake CPUs.
Version 106.0.2 seems to be the only feature hotfix this time around, as FF106 introduced PDF editing without relying on BLINK/chromium. Which was long overdue, but that seems to be one of the few things that stand out to me.
I also use Firefox, since well before chromium was even a project. But It does boggle me what all these crashes happen. Mind you, I never had any of these issues or crashes, but for all I know it could also be due to my numerous changes in about:config and not knowing which one fixed it/worked around it without even realizing it throughout the years.