Change Firefox version
My Firefox browser was recently change to 110.0. I'm not happy with the changes from my last version, I believe my last version was 109.1?
How do I change my Firefox browser version to the prior version I had?
Can anyone help and explain how do change my present version to my last version?
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Hi cor-el, thank you for your reply.
I'm not satisfied about how the bookmark list is now working. With the previous version, when you located a site you wanted, the bookmark list would stay at that bookmark list position you were at, and not automatically revert back to the very top of the bookmark list again.
When you have many bookmarks, like I do, it's really a pain to ALWAYS have to navigate from the very top of my bookmark list every time I access my bookmark list.
With the old, or previous bookmark navigation action, when I choose a bookmark way down on my list, AND then tried to access another bookmark near that bookmark location, the bookmark location would STAY at that location. Now when I want to access another bookmark, regardless, I have to start from the very top of my list, AGAIN.
Makes navigating the bookmarks a much longer process now than it did before. And, again, when you have many, it's a pain.
That is why I asked about how do I change my Firefox browser version back to my previous version which didn't have the problem.
Doing a little investigating on the web, it seems it may be a pain to do so??? I it because Firefox doesn't want people to revert back to a older version, regardless?
Any hope for me, coe-el? I appreciate your input.
That bookmarks issue is a regression in Firefox 110 (bug 1809084) and hopefully fixing this won't take too long.
- /questions/1404481 Bookmarks Menu List
Hi cor-el, thank you for your reply. Can you explain your comment " this is a regression in Firefox 110 (bug 1809084)? What does that mean, cor-el?
Hopefully your right about fixing it won't take too long.
Being Firefox has updates rather frequently, what are the chances the next update will correct the problem?
Thank you, cor-el.