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Mozilla Firefox gets total redesign

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Cool. Whatever.

 

I'd rather they stop :censored:ing with plug-in functionality.

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1 hour ago, DG_Now said:

Cool. Whatever.

 

I'd rather they stop :censored:ing with plug-in functionality.

 

The other week all plug ins weren't working and ad block was off, it was so awful.

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Upgrade, though the purple will take some getting used to

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I like the new browser logo. The rest I'm apathetic about.

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How much longer till Firefox goes the way of Netscape navigator 

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Its cool. Nothing insanely different, not a major deviation from their existing brand, just a bit simpler and more polished, which is great, considering the small-scale use of most of these graphics.

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And that's how a redesign is done. Still recognizable, well designed, and very scalable to their respective uses.

 

(I'm sticking with Chrome though.)

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On 6/15/2019 at 12:59 AM, Olmec said:

How much longer till Firefox goes the way of Netscape navigator 

 

Not likely.  Chrome is banning Adblockers and while it does have a lot of neat features, eventually they will lock up the experience to make sure that not only can’t you leave (too much convenience and years of cached data), but you will endure the internet as they see fit, especially as concerns advertising, trackers, and monitoring your habits. 

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49 minutes ago, CS85 said:

 

Not likely.  Chrome is banning Adblockers and while it does have a lot of neat features, eventually they will lock up the experience to make sure that not only can’t you leave (too much convenience and years of cached data), but you will endure the internet as they see fit, especially as concerns advertising, trackers, and monitoring your habits. 

That's good to know. If that really happens I'm done with Chrome. Ain't nobody got time for ads. 

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