Why must Mozilla keep filling up Firefox with shit that most people have no interest in? It was hard to do, but life is much better without it. Stylus adds an icon to the main browser toolbar that you may interact with. Just to be safe, we recommend you create a backup of to a safe location and restore the same folder if you find that something is missing after reinstalling Firefox very very unlikely though. Firefox also bundles a new feature for more easily taking screenshots of websites. Our apologies for the inconvenience! Chrome is built atop , which lets anyone else use the code for their own projects, modify it and offer their changes back. Anyway, thanks for pointing this option out! Yeah, your opinion is totally that of the majority judging by the outcry of many add-on developers as well as users out there. Anything to say about that, Captain Obvious? Also many news sites have a huge annoying sticky top border that restricts vertical real estate even more than it already is these days: With ad blockers and I assume Stylish and Stylus you can set a rule that removes them forever and claim back the real estate.
In fact, v57 looks like a flat version of a classic browser especially once I slide the tab bar underneath the address bar with userChrome. With Chrome's dominance and Google's heavy investment in improving it, plenty of browser makers do just that. This file can be imported to the Stylus add-on. They are approximately at the same level when it comes to customization options, which is totally acceptable if you were not a heavy customizer to begin with. Good old bookmarks have the same function without involving some unknown third party.
Bah, you already have that button. ? Mozilla counters again probably rightly that the required functionality compromises performance and security. I assumed something like this would happen and I been using Chrome more since Firefox 57 announcement. There's Opera, which is essentially Chrome. And lets hope that Mozilla will optimize Firefox better in the future, especially for multicore processors. Firefox stops supporting certain types of extensions. Should we keep two completely Firefox in one single installation so add-on developers can have a choice? I see the web like a newspaper if I want to cut out an article and toss rest in trash, or pull the comics out and toss rest in trash I can.
And as I said in July, we are committed to incorporating this consideration into any future partner integrations. For the people for whom this is an ideology, they are very irritated. Org Name American Civil Liberties Union Electronic Frontier Foundation Electronic Privacy Information Center Free Software Foundation Open Rights Group Tor high bandwidth Tor exit nodes building the global movement for the protection of privacy. Granted, this is speculation, just like the speculation you brought up just now. I am quit aware firefox will never be the same, I believe it will be better.
And the rest of us look at it as the thin edge of the wedge; as in if Mozilla is willing to just thrust this on us. Gone are the days of malwares installing themselves as browser extensions. And plenty of people don't like that one bit. Here is some built-in crapware from Pocket. Saving to Pocket and Viewing your List in Firefox Introduction The Pocket button in Firefox lets you save links, articles, videos, or web pages to your Pocket account with a single click. But it has been extremely stable and generally a pleasure to work with as a server system.
Others may find Vivaldi to suit their needs. Most people use Google services, and Google will make sure that they will work best with Chrome, if necessary by boycotting Firefox. A safer, faster, multi-process version of Firefox is coming soon with Electrolysis; we need developers to ensure their Firefox add-ons will be compatible with it. It is nothing more, just a bookmark it even shows under Bookmarks button. There you find user comments and ratings, a release history, description, and option to install the style in Stylus. I don't think it's too unreasonable to not want to have to rely on Google for everything? Help, I Want My Old Firefox Back! And your reasoning for this is…? I know that synthetic benchmarks and real-world performance are quite different things, but maybe this post will help someone to choose the right version for themselves.
Did the requirement really prevented malware infections. Netscape, Explorer, Firefox, Opera, and others have had some good days along the way. Mozilla are currently working towards making Pocket a removable addon. The recent past has not been all that positive for Stylish and the community. We may also analyze and use aggregated information to improve the products and services that we offer, and to develop new products and services. Maybe an example will make it clearer to you what 3 means.
However Mozilla has forced this decision on me. Offline viewing is possible on other devices with the Pocket app. Yeah, they're probably doing this to make money, but this one move simply invalidates all of their prior excuses for removing fea Remind me, what did we lose along with the status bar? Limited systems are also limited when it comes to combat privacy evasions. Here are my test results: ClubCompy 0. Why should I have features that bloat the install if I'm not using them? So I selected to uninstall the greater version and the older entry disappeared as well.