hello everyone, new librewolf release on the way or already out, depending on your platform.
next step is probably updating the website to reflect the changes in this release.
as usual feedback is appreciated but do not get issue happy as we just closed 150+ old ones where users didn’t provide details for, or where they simply didn’t read the faq. joking, but not completely.
Welcome to the official community for LibreWolf.
LibreWolf is designed to increase protection against tracking and fingerprinting techniques, while also including a few security improvements. LibreWolf also aims to remove all the telemetry, data collection and annoyances, as well as disabling anti-freedom features like DRM. If you have any question please visit our FAQ first: https://librewolf.net/docs/faq/
To learn more or to download the browser visit the website: https://librewolf.net/
If you want to contribute head over to our Gitlab: https://gitlab.com/librewolf-community/browser
Love it. Well done.
Great job. Thank you. Also, I love how this community is coming to life nicely.
I presume this has something (or rather everything) to do with the recent discussion in a post about Firefox Sync being disabled by default, am I right? You work quickly ;)
That’s cool! Btw I don’t think I can’t find it(?) Where is the option?
One can enable Firefox Sync in
about:config. Read LibreWolf documentation entry on this topic and specifically, you have to enable this option.
Ah ok, thanks. I thought that was something in normal settings
Oh, actually, yeah. It should be now possible since the 97 update of LibreWolf. The option should do exactly what I have described above, but it should be accessible through
about:preferences#librewolf, i.e., normal settings for
about:configchanges, I presume. However, I cannot see the option there to change this specific option. Interesting. Maybe I got something wrong.
Yes, exactly. Maybe @firstname.lastname@example.org knows it?
sorry guys my wording was a bit misleading. the one click I mentioned is the one in about:config, I mentioned it because before one would need to edit policies or use overrides which was rather annoying.