Australis, the new interface of Firefox , should have arrived by now, but for different reasons browser developers have been putting off the change, which will be important. Although the plan was that estrenase with Firefox 24, Firefox not until 28, scheduled for next March 2014 , that fire fox dress in their new clothes for everyone it look.
Meanwhile, though, the most savvy can go keeping an touch to what is coming through the development versions. The download has recently come Nightly channel, equivalent to alpha state , so careful, just a test .
And that we have, try the new interface in one case also somewhat delicate: in KDE. For you see in the header image in Ubuntu and, we imagine, GTK + environments, luxury will , but if the current browser appearance in KDE, with Oxygen-GTK included, is as follows:
It was a little unsettling to think what might bring the new interface, especially at a time where the only issue was the experience breathable, Oxygen KDE is increasingly abandoned and lacking in support. And, well, well, Australis not see anything wrong with KDE :
tad rough, perhaps, but good.
However, what some are essential for other details are not even remotely the importance of general changes Australis brings with it, starting the interface overhaul aesthetic level, but also practical . Everything is much more minimalist, more roll
the curved shape of the track was not enough eyelashes, rearranging the main menu to the right on the toolbar, tops it. However, Mozilla has taken a further step in the direction of 21st century, leaving the context menu of a lifetime behind to embrace the concept of configurable visual menu with large icons .
Interesting, because in those boxes you see you can embed extensions buttons . The freely configurable interface has not changed fortunately, although I noticed some lack. Especially not move the button to refresh page at will, as you do now.
So it seems that Mozilla is doing their homework. There is no doubt that Firefox 28 will be a highly anticipated release, and I mean: should wait for Firefox 28, because this version I have been shown, as indicated, unstable. Total, there are only a few months. You can read more about the design of Australis in Mozilla Blog. We leave you with a video:
Australis What do you think? Too Chrome?