Re: Speaking of ignoring user input ...
- Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2019 18:11:38 -0700
- From: T <ToddMargoChester@invalid.invalid>
- Subject: Re: Speaking of ignoring user input ...
On 4/23/19 5:46 PM, WaltS48 wrote:
On 4/23/19 7:44 PM, T wrote:
On 4/23/19 6:20 AM, Wayne wrote:
On 4/15/2019 12:02 AM, T wrote:
On 4/14/19 5:11 PM, WaltS48 wrote:
I really don't care what Chrome does.
Wasn't there a big stink about Firefox becoming a Chrome clone.
When Google listens better to users than does an open
source project, you should take notice. If Chrome
does something better, you should one up them.
I've been in lots of chrome bugs for a long time. Response rate
stinks there as much as anywhere. If you are seeing timely responses
in whatever chrome bugs you are looking at count yourself lucky.
I shutter whenever I have to use Chrome. I do not
know why anyone likes it, but they do. Its
whatever floats you boat.
For a "Blink" engine browser that is actually
responsive to user input and has a YUGE amount
of development, try Brave.
Now-a-days, which all of Firefox's problems, I install both
Firefox and Brave and tell my customer's to use Firefox
first. If that does not work, try Brave.
A dissenting opinion with a few typos.
An interesting read. Thank you!
I am not advocating anyone leave Firefox, just that there is an
alternative when Firefox fails. I use both Brave and Firefox.
Speaking of Firefox, I use Brave now on my Cim Trak
Admin console as Firefox is a total pain in the ass.
So, if one does not work, use the other. It always help
to have more than one tool in the toolbox, especially when
one of your cherished tools is starting to die
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