This was supposed to include the "black image" fix (Mozilla bugs 720035, 689962 et al., tracked for us as issue 132) but the patch Mozilla currently has for review in M689962 dragged the browser down enormously and I backed it out before release. I'm going to try a smaller scoped custom patch that simply disables image optimization if the image is all black and this should not have the performance impact of the "bigger" fix. That will be in 10.0.3pre or final, depending. If this seriously affects you, you can disable image optimization entirely for now and this is explained in M720035.
In the "I told you so" department, since we're talking about security, the latest flaw discovered in Adobe Flash can be used in a platform-independent manner to steal account information from the browser using malicious scripting. The Power Mac version of Flash 10.1 is vulnerable, and can be used to exploit the browser without special considerations for Power Macs. There will only be more of these in the future.
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UPDATE: Just read that the Frieden bros. got a updated version of Timberwolf running on AmigaOS 4. This is a fork of Firefox (much as we are also a fork of Firefox) for PowerPC Amigas, mostly targetted at the (object of my lust) PA6T-based AmigaOne X1000, but works on SAM boards and the like. While they still have some work to do to get it up to current, it's good to see PowerPC-based Firefox alive and well on other platforms besides the usual suspects.
(*) Yes, I did watch a whole bunch of Homestar Runner and Strong Bad DVDs while working on this. Why do you ask?