Latest Epiphany Snapshot Disables Firefox Sync and HTTPS Everywhere by Default

Yes, we’re talking about Epiphany 3.23.3, which looks to be a major milestone implementing lots of bug fixes and general improvements. First off, it appears that this build disables the experimental Firefox Sync and HTTPS Everywhere functionalities by default, but they’ll most certainly make a comeback before the final release hits the streets. The list of changes continues with the re-implementation of the ability to import and export bookmarks, better handling of key events, better error handling for Firefox Sync, the ability to warn users about insecure password forms, removal of the progress bar, and support for detecting new password forms after loading a web page.