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firefox 29 is a joke

ff
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you have got to be kidding WHY is everything being designed as though a PC were a tablet? this is the worst bubble-gum interface i've seen yet more options removed form the UI, making it necessary, yet again, to break out a text editor several extensions broken very, very disappointing

i'm done with mozilla

you have got to be kidding WHY is everything being designed as though a PC were a tablet? this is the worst bubble-gum interface i've seen yet more options removed form the UI, making it necessary, yet again, to break out a text editor several extensions broken very, very disappointing i'm done with mozilla

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Moses
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Thank you for trying the new Firefox. I'm sorry that you’re unhappy with the new design.

Firefox is a work in progress and your feedback is very important to us. Our support community is run by volunteers (like me) who work hard to help all Firefox users, but we can’t make changes to the design ourselves. Please help us improve Firefox by leaving feedback where the designers and engineers can see it: https://input.mozilla.org/en-US/feedback.

The interface you see in Firefox 29 is a major re-design (first one since Firefox 4) of Firefox's user interface called "Australis."

Here are a few suggestions for restoring the old design. I hope you’ll find one that works for you:

Or if you want to go back to a previous version, completely feel free to use the old, unsupported, and insecure versions of Firefox. Please remember that this puts your machine and personal data at an increased risk. You may then wish to mitigate that by having well rehearsed bare metal restore strategies or using a virtual machine.

Thank you for trying the new Firefox. I'm sorry that you’re unhappy with the new design. Firefox is a work in progress and your feedback is very important to us. Our support community is run by volunteers (like me) who work hard to help all Firefox users, but we can’t make changes to the design ourselves. Please help us improve Firefox by leaving feedback where the designers and engineers can see it: https://input.mozilla.org/en-US/feedback. The interface you see in Firefox 29 is a major re-design (first one since Firefox 4) of Firefox's user interface called "Australis." Here are a few suggestions for restoring the old design. I hope you’ll find one that works for you: *Use the [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/classicthemerestorer/ Classic Theme Restorer] to bring back the old design. Learn more here: [[How to make the new Firefox look like the old Firefox]] *Use the [https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/the-addon-bar/ Add-on Bar Restored] to bring back the add-on bar. Learn more here: [[What happened to the Add-on Bar?]] Or if you want to go back to a previous version, completely feel free to use the old, unsupported, and insecure versions of Firefox. Please remember that this puts your machine and personal data at an increased risk. You may then wish to mitigate that by having well rehearsed bare metal restore strategies or using a virtual machine. * See also [[Install an older version of Firefox]]
ff
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rather than installing yet more extensions to restore, once again, functionality that the moz devs, in their infinite wisdom, saw fit to remove, i think i'll look for a better alternative, as apparently allot of others are doing at this moment

here's some good reading that provides some perspective on the stupidity of the firefox (aka chrome wanna-be) v29 bubble-gum UI

for the first time since the FF beta days, i'm regretting the fact that i donated to mozilla

this childish version war nonsense with chrome is bad enough, but now i'm forced to use something that looks more and more like chrome with each release?

oh, that's right, i can easily spend hours tweaking and editing .css files and installing yet more extensions in an attempt to get something i want - what possible reason do i have to complain???

rather than installing yet more extensions to restore, once again, functionality that the moz devs, in their infinite wisdom, saw fit to remove, i think i'll look for a better alternative, as apparently allot of others are doing at this moment [http://www.dedoimedo.com/computers/firefox-29-sucks.html here's some good reading] that provides some perspective on the stupidity of the firefox (aka chrome wanna-be) v29 bubble-gum UI for the first time since the FF beta days, i'm regretting the fact that i donated to mozilla this childish version war nonsense with chrome is bad enough, but now i'm forced to use something that looks more and more like chrome with each release? oh, that's right, i can easily spend hours tweaking and editing .css files and installing yet more extensions in an attempt to get something i want - what possible reason do i have to complain???
Moses
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I understand your frustration and surprise at the removal of these features but I can't undo these changes. I'm just a support volunteer and I do not work for Mozilla so getting angry with me won't do any good. But you can send any feedback about these changes to http://input.mozilla.org/feedback. Firefox developers collect data submitted through there then present it at the weekly Firefox meeting.

I understand your frustration and surprise at the removal of these features but I can't undo these changes. I'm just a support volunteer and I do not work for Mozilla so getting angry with me won't do any good. But you can send any feedback about these changes to http://input.mozilla.org/feedback. Firefox developers collect data submitted through there then present it at the weekly Firefox meeting.
ff
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my frustration is not with you Moses - don't take it personally

i came here, not looking for support at all, but rather just to voice my frustration at the idiotic changes pushed out upon a very obviously (according to the stats) displeased bunch of campers

it is becoming clear that mozilla is yet another corporation with the typical corporate mentality and typical corporate goals - this was made clear to me the moment they partnered with google

garbage

my frustration is not with you Moses - don't take it personally i came here, not looking for support at all, but rather just to voice my frustration at the idiotic changes pushed out upon a very obviously (according to the stats) displeased bunch of campers it is becoming clear that mozilla is yet another corporation with the typical corporate mentality and typical corporate goals - this was made clear to me the moment they partnered with google garbage
Moses
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Hi,

The best place for your comments on these changes would definitely be input.mozilla.org/feedback as threads like this soon turn off-topic and are then closed down by Moderators.

I hope I have answered everything you needed to know.

Hi, The best place for your comments on these changes would definitely be input.mozilla.org/feedback as threads like this soon turn off-topic and are then closed down by Moderators. I hope I have answered everything you needed to know.
rkdowner 0 λύσεις 6 απαντήσεις
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"Or if you want to go back to a previous version, completely feel free to use the old, unsupported, and insecure versions of Firefox. Please remember that this puts your machine and personal data at an increased risk. You may then wish to mitigate that by having well rehearsed bare metal restore strategies or using a virtual machine."

Thanks. I think I'm going to mitigate the risk by using another browser. Since you've decided to copy Chrome, I get the stupid Chrome look-and-feel either way, so Chrome it is.

"Or if you want to go back to a previous version, completely feel free to use the old, unsupported, and insecure versions of Firefox. Please remember that this puts your machine and personal data at an increased risk. You may then wish to mitigate that by having well rehearsed bare metal restore strategies or using a virtual machine." Thanks. I think I'm going to mitigate the risk by using another browser. Since you've decided to copy Chrome, I get the stupid Chrome look-and-feel either way, so Chrome it is.
rkdowner 0 λύσεις 6 απαντήσεις
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"Firefox developers collect data submitted through there then present it at the weekly Firefox meeting."

Where they ceremonially burn them in the wastebasket? Because they certainly don't take them to heart or act on them. If they did, bug fixes would be their #1 priority, not jacking around with the UI.

"Firefox developers collect data submitted through there then present it at the weekly Firefox meeting." Where they ceremonially burn them in the wastebasket? Because they certainly don't take them to heart or act on them. If they did, bug fixes would be their #1 priority, not jacking around with the UI.
citycritter 0 λύσεις 2 απαντήσεις
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"Or if you want to go back to a previous version, completely feel free to use the old, unsupported, and insecure versions of Firefox. Please remember that this puts your machine and personal data at an increased risk. You may then wish to mitigate that by having well rehearsed bare metal restore strategies or using a virtual machine."

That is the most idiotic response I've ever heard. NO ONE is objecting to the security and compatibility updates. Those are necessary. However, changing the ENTIRE FREAKIN DESIGN is not, and should not be thrown in without the person knowing their entire browser is going to change with what appears to be a standard security update.

"Or if you want to go back to a previous version, completely feel free to use the old, unsupported, and insecure versions of Firefox. Please remember that this puts your machine and personal data at an increased risk. You may then wish to mitigate that by having well rehearsed bare metal restore strategies or using a virtual machine." That is the most idiotic response I've ever heard. NO ONE is objecting to the security and compatibility updates. Those are necessary. However, changing the ENTIRE FREAKIN DESIGN is not, and should not be thrown in without the person knowing their entire browser is going to change with what appears to be a standard security update.