@ptoyeThere are many links on this page, could you please specify which one, unless it is not there at the moment, thank you
Hi Everyone, for future reference, you can bookmark the following page that has all the release notes links:
Maybe; but editing URLs in hopes of getting around Mozilla's failure to provide useful Weblinks is a kludgy substitute for Mozilla doing the right thing in the first place. The same problem appears when trying to find release notes for versions prior to the latest--there are no links back to them.
But it ought to be a Standard Operating Procedure for every new Release Notes page to include a link to that page, so that visitors can find all previous notes EASILY.
@Christian75 It's a link 'See release notes' under 'Latest Firefox Features'
Sorry about the delay - I thought I'd already answered this.
@StLBellsI think this got a bit garbled - no point in a link to the release notes page on the release notes page. I assume you meant the Download page - I heartily agree with that.
While that would indeed be a good place to include a link to the "All Release Notes" page, I meant that there should (also) be one on the "Latest Release Notes" page for a new whole-number version. The present procedure includes a link from a fractional version page to its immediate predecessor (e.g., from 96.0.3 to 96.0.2), but none of the single-version pages includes a link to the "All Release Notes" page.
@StLBellsAh, I didn't know which 'release notes' page you meant. I find the Mozilla web site (and, to be fair, many others) very confusing to navigate.
Of course, what would be really useful would be an extra button "What's New?" on the Firefox message advising us that there's an update.
And how is an "extra button" different from the original suggestion to restore the previously offered link? Both would go to the release notes for the new release being offered by the message.