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Changed title to reflect that FESCo has delayed this to F31
Metadata Update from @mareksu:
- Issue assigned to mareksu
@stransky, could you please review my draft for the Firefox+Wayland release note?
In the GNOME Wayland session, Firefox now uses the native Wayland display back end by default. The benefits of the native Wayland back end are:
This change affects Firefox only in the GNOME Wayland session. In all other environments, Firefox still uses the X11 or XWayland back end. This includes:
If you need to use Firefox with the X11 back end on GNOME Wayland, install the firefox-x11 package.
Thanks a lot for the release notes!
Also please add note about flash plugin - it's disabled on Wayland backend and you need to use firefox-x11 for it.
Thanks @stransky, I've added that information to the release note.
Fixed in #405.
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