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dnf info firefox tells you what version is the most recent in the repos, and that is also what you have installed after running dnf upgrade. (Mine is currently 46.0.1-4.fc23).

Now you can compare that with the package build by Fedora's Update System (called Bodhi) here. You will see that the three patches mentioned are part of this 46.0.1 update/bugfix. Gnome Software just doesn't it! It doesn't realize that you have this update installed already. Maybe you should file a bug against Gnome Software.

dnf info firefox tells you what version is the most recent in the repos, and that is also what you have installed after running dnf upgrade. (Mine is currently 46.0.1-4.fc23).

Now you can compare that with the package build by Fedora's Update System (called Bodhi) here. You will see that the three patches mentioned are part of this 46.0.1 update/bugfix. Gnome Software just doesn't get it! It doesn't realize that you have this update installed already. Maybe you should file a bug against Gnome Software.

This one here may also be useful for you: https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/firefox

And, if you don't trust it, you can go ahead and attempt an update with Gnome Software. It will notice during update that the newest version is already installed.

dnf info firefox tells you what version is the most recent in the repos, and that is also what you have installed after running dnf upgrade. (Mine is currently 46.0.1-4.fc23).

Now you can compare that with the package build by Fedora's Update System (called Bodhi) here. You will see that the three patches mentioned are part of this 46.0.1 update/bugfix. Gnome Software just doesn't get it! it! It doesn't realize that you have this update installed already. Maybe you should file a bug against Gnome Software.

This one here may also be useful for you: https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/firefox

And, if you don't trust it, you can go ahead and attempt an update with Gnome Software. It will notice during update that the newest version is already installed.

dnf info firefox tells you what version is the most recent in the repos, and that is also what you have installed after running dnf upgrade. (Mine is currently 46.0.1-4.fc23).

Now you can compare that with the package build built by Fedora's Update System (called Bodhi) here. You will see that the three patches mentioned are part of this 46.0.1 update/bugfix. Gnome Software just doesn't get it! It doesn't realize that you have this update installed already. Maybe you should file a bug against Gnome Software.

This one here may also be useful for you: https://apps.fedoraproject.org/packages/firefox

And, if you don't trust it, you can go ahead and attempt an update with Gnome Software. It will notice during update that the newest version is already installed.