I remember a time when Firefox was an awesome browser. Then some ....... thought it would be a good idea to rip all good features out of it and replace them with ..... no… (funda kabanzi)
I remember a time when Firefox was an awesome browser. Then some ....... thought it would be a good idea to rip all good features out of it and replace them with ..... nonfunctional, unintuitive, user-unfriendly bull.
Where is my "browse by name"?
Where is my statusbar?
Why can't I see where a link directs to when I hover over it?
Why do you insist on having tabs on top?
Why can't I have a menubar?
Why do I have to use some built-in media player?
When I begin typing an url, but mistype the first letter, why do I have to hit backspace twice?
One awesome add-on was Download Statusbar. Why doesn't it work anymore?
Why do I have to use some ..... download arrow?
Why do my navigation buttons have to be scattered all over the ........ place?
Why isn't my search-for-text window-wide, but do I have to type the same query on every ....... tab?
Why is the default theme so ..... ugly?
I could go on and on, but these are just some issues off the top of my head (in fact, I'm surprised myself how many issues I could easily come up with).
I have to install addons, special themes, userscripts, change hidden about:config settings and God knows what other hacks to counter the stupid changes. Each release I have to go to greater lengths to keep Firefox the way I want it, until finally it's ...... .. beyond repair.
I get that you want to be "hip" and "cool" and "fresh" like Chrome, but that's not what I want. Chrome sucks monkey balls. If that's what I wanted, I would have switched to Chrome years ago. Firefox used to be awesome because I could use it the way I wanted.
I have seen loads of threads requesting to bring back features we all loved and used.
Mozilla, please get your (act) together and restore Firefox to it's former glory, or I'm afraid you're going to lose a lot of your users.
edited by moderator for language - see Mozilla Support rules and guidelines. aw