Mozilla gives Ubiquity a new look

From the ‘not everyone was on vacation‘ files:

While many people were out last week (myself included), Mozilla Labs developers were not. In fact they managed to push out Mozilla Ubiquity 0.1.3 on Dec 30th which provides a slick user interface overhaul for the semantic web tool.

Basically Ubiquity now can be easily skinned by anyone with a little bit of CSS skills. Developers are also claiming that Ubiquity is now faster and that it is more intuitive as well by recalling used commands, much the same way that Firefox’s nav bar (the awesome bar) remembers visited sites.

Ubiquity 0.1.2 came out at the end of October, while the first public release came out in August – so it looks like they’re keeping to a 6-8 week release cycle.

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