Firefox 19 New Contributors

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We are pleased to reveal that Firefox 19 is brought to you through the hard work of 304 developers. Of these, we welcome the 38 who contributed their first code change to Firefox in this release, 26 of whom were brand new volunteers! Please join us in thanking each of these diligent and enthusiastic individuals, and take a look at their contributions:

  1. Aaron Klotz: 772552
  2. abhishek rajput: 809745
  3. Adam Roach: 803318
  4. Adri Hilviu: 794234, 805466
  5. Al Tsai: 777983, 805539
  6. Alexandre BM: 808964
  7. Alfredos-Panagiotis Damkalis: 799008
  8. Atul Jangra: 767236
  9. Chia-hung Ta 788441
  10. Chuck Lee: 780142
  11. cscott: 805565
  12. Dave Hunt: 811330
  13. David Flanagan: 793372
  14. Edgar Chen: 811605
  15. Eduard Neculaesi: 802945, 804566
  16. Erick Dransch: 801986
  17. folecr: 807423
  18. Freddie F. Haddad: 803990
  19. Gabriele Svelto: 801676
  20. Jason Smith: 795367
  21. Kohei Yoshino: 802703
  22. Magnus Melin: 804664
  23. maligree: 792180, 800106
  24. Mitesh Pathak: 770538
  25. Morrison Cole: 810278
  26. N Bosma: 804400
  27. Nanci Bonfim : 800275
  28. Olivier Langlois: 805529
  29. pushkar.singh93: 779511, 700678
  30. rmkn85: 804511, 804592
  31. Shelly Lin: 811459
  32. Shih-Chiang Chien: 790393
  33. Srinath N: 683959
  34. Taro Matsuzawa: 797794
  35. Tetsuro Kato (Tete): 800026
  36. Tomas Dainovec: 793459
  37. Vendelin Ruzicka: 806184
  38. Zachary Carter: 804143

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  1. Samuel Brainerd wrote on :

    Wow!! Congrats everyone! :)

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  2. Sergio wrote on :

    Way to go guys. Firefox used to always crash on my laptop, but now it never crashes. Thanks! Also, Browsermark 2.0 says that Firefox on Windows 8 is 55% superior to all other browsers. When I tried the same exact test on Chrome, it says it’s 95% superior to all other browsers. Can we get a boost in performance? I’m dying to see an open source browser beat Chrome!

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  3. Jass wrote on :

    Thanks guys, and the new builtin pdf viewer rocks hard

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  4. Atul Jangra wrote on ::

    Hey, Thanks for the blog! Feels good :-)

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  5. Ary Robic wrote on :

    Since I was unable to submit this in the complaint or suggestions section (the submit feedback button does not submit the complaint), I’m submitting my complaint here.
    Beginning with v19, the method of saving/downloading a pdf has changed, presumably due to the new built-in pdf viewer. Now a pdf opens in a new type of display and one must find the little download icon in the upper right corner of the display, rather than the floating save icon or traditional File > Save As, to save/download the pdf. Why does Firefox now need to be different from the way it was previous to v19 and different from Internet Explorer? Can I revert to v18? Do I need to uninstall v19 and then install v18?
    dstiebl@comcast.net

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    1. dboswell wrote on :

      This support article has some tips that should help with the new PDF viewer.

      https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/view-pdf-files-firefox-without-downloading-them

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  6. Rochelle Lutz wrote on ::

    I am constantly getting an error message such as
    ” DOCUMENT EXPIRED, This Document no longer available
    Requested Document is not available in Firefox Cache ”

    Can anyone tell me how to fix this.. When i am working on a page, it will disappear this message comes up and I have to start all over when I hit retry. Very disturbing.. THank you.

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    1. dboswell wrote on :

      This Firefox support article about clearing the cache may help with this issue.

      https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-clear-firefox-cache

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  7. zero-line wrote on :

    congrats everyone
    good luck :)

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  8. Indranil Nandi wrote on :

    Good work guys,keep it up :)

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