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Re: Mozilla approves a Tab Hiding API

On Fri, 4 Aug 2017 01:53:53 -0500, Ron Hunter <rphunter@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>On 8/3/2017 10:17 AM, HoneyBun wrote:
>> "WaltS48" <thalionusa@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> news:t_Sdnbp9rb43eBzEnZ2dnUU7-QnNnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxx...
>>>> Firefox's upcoming Tab Hiding API paves the way for Tab Groups like
>>>> add-ons.
>>> <https://www.ghacks.net/2017/08/02/mozilla-makes-tab-hiding-api-a-priority/>
>> Why not hide everything? Perfect solution for a worthless browser!! :)
>> I'm sticking with v48-50 as long as possible, then will go elsewhere. Sorry.
>> 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.
>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.
>When the extensions are gone, so am I.

Have you considered Pale Moon Browser?
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