1. A Real Feedback Page. 2. Words, Not Pictures.
Mozilla replaced the Feedback page with a "Challenges" page, so this looks like the only place to send real feedback. The Firefox 89 update appears to render Firefox as useless as Edge has become (at least for me). I don't need more pictures and an "experience." I need my toolbars to stay where I can find them, and I need to set them in the linear arrangement that I need to use them. To reveal any more would be "TMI," so I will just add this. I keep my update settings on manual in order to keep updates from crashing my custom accessibility settings. From what I read about the "ff" 89 update, I knew that "floating tabs" would be a disaster for me, so I did not even try it. I hope that Mozilla will at least consider a way for users to preserve their custom or "legacy" settings in the next update. The corporate culture that is Mozilla should remember that computers exist to serve people, not the other way around. Thank you and good-bye.