Mozilla released a third release candidate of Firefox 1.5, which brings a few improvements and eliminates two bugs that recently were found in the RC2 version. The first bug referred to browser crashes when visiting and as well as the usage of innerHTML, which apparently caused errors in displaying HTML pages.

According to the developers, there is now an automated update feature, faster browser navigation, drag and drop reordering of tabs, enhanced pop-up blocking, as search engine option, descriptive error pages, redesigned options menu, and a feature to report websites that are not working in Firefox.

The final version of Firefox 1.5 is scheduled to be released on Nov. 29.