Firefox 24 ESR EOL

I just want to take a moment to remind everyone that the Firefox 24 ESR will be officially replaced by the Firefox 31 ESR this coming Tuesday, October 14, 2014. At that time, the Firefox 24 ESR will be unsupported. Firefox 24 ESR users will be automatically upgraded to the Firefox 31 ESR.

I would hope by now everyone has tested with the Firefox 31 ESR, but if you haven’t, it might be time to start.

The CCK2 has been fully updated to work with Firefox 31 and beyond.

On another note, there are major packaging changes coming to Firefox on Mac due to changes to the way applications are signed. You can read more about it in this bug. This will primarily impact the locations of autoconfig files, preferences and the distribution directory. I’ll try to find some time soon to document these changes.

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7 thoughts on “Firefox 24 ESR EOL

  1. I just want to report a bug. My CCK-Addon adds my own certificate authority to firefox. But since FF-Version 33 this function is broken. When I create a new profile, the CCK-Addon does not copy my certificate into the profile.