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Old 22nd March 2011
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Lightbulb Firefox 4

Now that Firefox 4 is out and knowing/hoping that it will probably be available as a binary package by the end of the week, I would like to ask the FF4 users/testers if 3D is available on *BSD?

After looking in the about:config entries, I've noticed something that seems to be related to the mesa libraries. Has anyone tried running 3D on FF4?

I've noticed that, on other platforms, WebGL is not enabled by default and I had to enable it via "webgl.force-enabled".

I also noticed that if I disable all the offline cache entries and enable only the memory cache it's Lightning FAST (about:config -> browser.cache.*).

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