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Suggestion - Symbol/Logo for identifying open browser

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Attached is a screen shot showing MS Edge (Bottom left), Chrome (Middle), and Firefox (Top RIght) As one will notice, the lower two has symbol on left side where as Firefox does not. It would be nice to have a symbol/Logo on the left site to make it easier to identify in a screen full of different browsers. It should be done for brand recognition. I use different browsers depending on what I need to do.

Sincerely William Higinbotham, Seminole FL, The ASCII Guy

Attached is a screen shot showing MS Edge (Bottom left), Chrome (Middle), and Firefox (Top RIght) As one will notice, the lower two has symbol on left side where as Firefox does not. It would be nice to have a symbol/Logo on the left site to make it easier to identify in a screen full of different browsers. It should be done for brand recognition. I use different browsers depending on what I need to do. Sincerely William Higinbotham, Seminole FL, The ASCII Guy
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Is that default firefox themes or what did you use for background or userChrome.css?

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Turns out that Firefox comes up this way because I have settings to start blank page at startup:-) Now I have to test to see if the others do the same:-) If so then that could be really confusing:-)

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So I now realize that none of the browsers have a small square top left area for symbol for brand browser. Never really looked at this need of feature till now. Both MS Edge and Chrome require that to have browser start at blank page, a start page needs to be added with about:blank on it! Attached is how they all look when I set all blank. It is something I might think about where no one else does. Nor does anyone care. Thanks for making me think about how these browsers are designed and featured:-) William Higinbotham, The ASCII Guy

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