Sunday, October 3, 2021

TenFourFox FPR32 SPR5 available (the last official build)

TenFourFox Feature Parity Release 32 Security Parity Release 5 "32.5" is available for testing (downloads, hashes). Aside from the announced change with .inetloc and .webloc handling, this release also updates the ATSUI font blacklist and includes the usual security updates. It will go live Monday evening Pacific as usual assuming no issues.

As stated previously, this is the last official build before TenFourFox goes into hobby mode; version checking is therefore disabled in this release since there will be no new official build to check for. I know I keep teasing a future consolidated post about how users who want to continue using it can get or make their own builds, but I want to update the docs and FAQ first, plus actually give you something new to test your build out (in this case it's going to be switching the certificate and security base over to Firefox 91ESR from 78ESR). There are already some options already apart from the official method and we'll discuss those, but if you yourself are gearing up to offer public builds or toolkits, feel free to make this known in the comments. Work is a little hairy this month but I want to get to this in the next couple weeks.


  1. Many thanks for all your work!

    So I'm going to install the FPR32 SPR5 to my PowerBook G4!

  2. Hi ! I've discovered two or three days ago the existence of tenfourfox, it's was very great to access to many website. I'm sorry to ear that you end it ! Have a nice day ! And thank you form the heart ! I've a ibook G4 and it work very well now ! The classic has class because it's better and healthy created by Steve Jobs !

  3. Very Thanks for all your work. 😥

  4. Thanks Boss-Man for your work over the years. There is already a TFF Build-Kit up on Macintosh Garden - someone will pick up this after you are done, allowing you to lose yourself in Talos. "The Sleeper Must Awaken!"

  5. Thanks for all the fish... eh fox :-)

  6. I wonder if tff supports to cross-compile from x86 osx?

    1. I don't have anything to inhibit doing so. If someone wants to submit patches if this doesn't work, I'm happy to evaluate them. However, it's not something I'm going to do myself right now.

  7. Just wanted to let you know I appreciate all the work you've put in over the years. Still a regular user and will be until too many of the sites I use break.


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