Mozilla Firefox 72 Nightly version starts adding adaptive scroll bars to Windows

Firefox 72, currently in the Nightly phase, has just acquired a new feature: adaptive scroll bars that blend with the primary color of the page. Reddit users have discovered this latest feature, which now seems to be available only on Windows, but should be available on Linux later, and adaptive scroll bars are a welcome change for many users who are more enthusiastic about desktop themes.

Mozilla Firefox 72 Nightly version starts adding adaptive scroll bars to Windows

Firefox 72 is scheduled to be released on January 7, 2020, and it’s not clear what new features Firefox 72 will come with, but we already know that notification prompts will decrease, which is a very welcome change. The notification icon in the URL bar swings to get your attention, rather than displaying a pop-up window each time the site wants to display a notification. After you click the icon, you can choose to subscribe to notifications or reject them.

The company will still have to release Firefox 71 (beta version), which will be released on December 3, before Mozilla launches Firefox 72 with adaptive scroll bars. The update will also bring some UI enhancements, including a new certificate viewer that makes certificates easier to use and includes more features and details. Firefox 71 also comes with a new about: the config page, which is built using JavaScript and HTML instead of XUL.

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