An earlier discussion of how to do Tabs on Bottom under the new Firefox included suggestions that were too complicated for me. Has any progress occurred since then to ma… (read more)
An earlier discussion of how to do Tabs on Bottom under the new Firefox included suggestions that were too complicated for me. Has any progress occurred since then to make Tabs on Bottom easier now?
Note: My current browser is FF 56.0.2; my operating system is Windows 10.
I’ve always used Tabs on Bottom, which to my mind is much easier than having to search on top, farther away from the main screen. Firefox has once again stymied me and many others by bringing on a new version which, among other things, does not allow for Tabs on Bottom, nor does Classic Restorer work for this. So I’ve been using version 56 since then, but I know it’s not a good idea to avoid updates for too long.
The earlier discussion basically advised to just live with it. If I have to have Tabs on Top, then maybe I’ll just switch to Chrome, which I’ve heard is better in other respects, at least since I have an Android phone. However, even though Firefox hasn’t treated me very well, I have used it for a number of years and like it a lot in the past.
PS: It seems to be harder to Ask the Community than it used to. I posted this question first on what appeared afterward to be a developer forum. Maybe this is the same site, in which case i've posted a duplicate, but I'm not sure. It seems to me that FF is getting less and less user-friendly.