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Showing the "refresh" button to non-Firefox users

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  1. Kadir Topal 1215 posts
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    Hey there,

    We are currently showing the button to non-Firefox users and then some explanatory text for non-Firefox users. Maybe it would make more sense to show the part with the button to Firefox desktop users only and show the second part ("You will also find a Refresh button...) to all others?

    --Kadir

    Hey there, We are currently showing the button to non-Firefox users and then some explanatory text for non-Firefox users. Maybe it would make more sense to show the part with the button to Firefox desktop users only and show the second part ("You will also find a Refresh button...) to all others? --Kadir
  2. AliceWyman 4973 posts
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    Kadir Topal said

    We are currently showing the button to non-Firefox users and then some explanatory text for non-Firefox users. Maybe it would make more sense to show the part with the button to Firefox desktop users only and show the second part ("You will also find a Refresh button...) to all others?

    I'm OK with the current content, which is from Template:resetsteps Related discussion at https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/templateresetsteps/discuss/5823 Fx35 - new button

    ''Kadir Topal [[#post-13261|said]]'' <blockquote> We are currently showing the button to non-Firefox users and then some explanatory text for non-Firefox users. Maybe it would make more sense to show the part with the button to Firefox desktop users only and show the second part ("You will also find a Refresh button...) to all others? </blockquote> I'm OK with the current content, which is from Template:resetsteps Related discussion at https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/templateresetsteps/discuss/5823 ''Fx35 - new button''