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FireFox - Aurora - 3d view

Just downloaded the latest firefox release “Aurora” ,from  http://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/aurora/


The browser looks really promising , at last they have “inspect element” built in now.


so probably now you don’t need firebug ( though i could not find script inspected in there )


One on the cool feature they have introduced is the 3d page view . see the below 3d view of facebook page.



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