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  • # November 14, 2017 at 11:27 pm

    You’re gonna not warn me that a seemingly regular update is actually utterly critical and basically installs a new browser, disabling addons and removing all bookmarks? I guess I wasn’t well informed but you could at least have given me a heads up before installing. Thanks a lot.

    Beware people, if you’re intending to update.

    # November 15, 2017 at 12:01 am

    “Home is just a click away”

    No, I don’t want your stupid new tab highlights being pushed. Just open it on my home page like before and stop being annoying. Found the bookmarks, except not in the toolbar. What’s the point of that. Gonna need a lot of extra clicks now. Who thinks of this crap.

    I suppose the change is larger for myself because the classic theme restorer stopped functioning. Recalling having a similar fit over Firefox 28. Suddenly not having NoScript is worst of all though. Wazzup wit dat.

    Edit – here’s an option to somewhat revert to the classic theme (the addon itself will not be made compatible):

    techdows.com/classic-theme-restorer

    # November 16, 2017 at 1:52 am

    Gotta say it’s actually not half bad all in all, except for not having the choice to rearrange the browser at a time I would have chosen to do so myself. And NoScript should be coming out later this week, which I’m still quite anxious about. I’ve never really surfed the web without it. Now that I have, I’ve landed on one example of a site (searching for “FF 57 NoScript” of all things) where the result is a decoy that leads to a page with naked women and a hijacking back button to a gambling site. Grrr… get your act together too, Google.

    Gonna stick with the old Mozilla, might even switch to the Developer version. There seems to be a nice CSS grid tool and other neat features in it.

    Still better than Chrome. :-p

    # November 22, 2017 at 3:44 am

    hehe .. still run with Firefox?)) try yandex browser maybe lol

    # November 22, 2017 at 8:05 am

    Actually… apart from clicking the wrong items all the time, now that NoScript is back I’m rather content with it.

    I used to be with Opera until that un-reinstallably crashed close to a decade ago. Mozilla ever since for the major surfing.

    # November 28, 2017 at 2:45 am

    I quite Firefox for a long time because it is not good for security >.< try Yandex, Opera or something else.

    # November 28, 2017 at 5:24 am

    Citation needed about the security issue.

    Edit – looks like they’re fully sandboxing now, which I suppose was the biggest drawback.

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