Re: Mozilla approves a Tab Hiding API
- Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2017 08:42:17 -0500
- From: Luis <nospam@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Mozilla approves a Tab Hiding API
Ron Hunter wrote:
You're right. Since the most recent version of FF Nightly marked the
add-ons that are not WebExtensions with the "Legacy" tag I did quit FF
as my default browser.
On 8/3/2017 10:17 AM, HoneyBun wrote:
I saw a very long article on Firefox 57, and it sounds like the ONLY
thing positive is that it will be faster. No ad blocking, no
extensions, no customization of the interface. Guess it is time to bite
the bullet and get used to Google knowing my every move. Sigh. No
mention of fixing things that REALLY ANNOY ME, like websites that stack
an extra entry in the 'last site' list so you can't get off their page
with the back button, and nothing about fixing the problems with videos
not playing, or playing jerky on a 65mbps down cable connection, where
Chrome plays fine.
"WaltS48" <thalionusa@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Firefox's upcoming Tab Hiding API paves the way for Tab Groups like
Why not hide everything? Perfect solution for a worthless browser!! :)
I'm sticking with v48-50 as long as possible, then will go elsewhere.
v48 is the last to work on my XP box. Then v51+ killed most of my add-ons
and java on W7/8.
Firefox offers me nothing anymore.
When the extensions are gone, so am I.
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