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This Android update is an improvement? It looks like some 5th grader developed it. Besides looking shitty, if I click on an article from a group I belong to, sometimes I don't have a back arrow in the blue header. The three buttons on the right don't always have a back arrow. I then have to exit Firefox and start it again. This is an improvement? You got to be kidding. Worst upgrade ever. I hope some head honcho at Mozilla sees this. Go back to the original format. That was easier to understand.
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The people who answer questions here, for the most part, are other Firefox users volunteering their time (like me), not Mozilla employees or Firefox developers.
If you want to leave feedback for Firefox developers, you can go to the Firefox Help menu and select Submit Feedback... or use this link. Your feedback gets collected by a team of people who read it and gather data about the most common issues.
Ok, but that does not help me fix the aggravations. I would think there would be users that have experienced this. I sent feedback, but how will I know if the developers find a fix? Using version 81.1.1
It would be handy if you could explain what you mean by a group, which blue header does not have back arrow or what you mean by the three buttons on the right.
The more information you can provide about the issue you are having, the better able we are to find a solution for you.
Ok...when I said group, it would be a facebook group such as one for antique radios, one of my hobbies. I'll add images. Hopefully that will clarify what I mean. first image is of no back arrow on an external web page; second is showing no down arrow when I want to reply to a post; third is the 3 dots in the upper right.
So no one can answer my query? I know most here are volunteers, but can't this then be handled by someone higher up? Like a designer? Otherwise, I'll dump this version, and take my chances with no updates, etc. Jack (darkhelmet)
The back arrow I can replicate on Wikipedia in a copy of Firefox with no browsing history - if there is no history, there is nothing to go back to.
The lack of a cursor arrow in the keyboard is not an issue with Firefox for Android, but is to do with the keyboard app on your Android device.