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Think of it as a manifesto or cry of the soul. I ask the moderators to bring these wishes to the developers. You may not take me seriously, but I think you should listen … (funda kabanzi)
Think of it as a manifesto or cry of the soul. I ask the moderators to bring these wishes to the developers.
You may not take me seriously, but I think you should listen to me, because I express the opinion of a large number of users. Feedback should be important to you, while you unfortunately lose your position. Developers are simply required to submit an official release of the portable version. Everyone needs personal space, and you yourself have planted this victorious banner proclaiming the protection of personal data. Give us this with a portable version. We spend a lot of time at work, we travel a lot today, we always need a reliable browser at hand. If the browser in the devices could replace the full version, the mobile version would not exist.
In the portable version I want to see: - security for data, the history of work on a PC for a browser from USB should not be saved. - There must be an authenticated login to start working with the browser. - strong encryption of passwords and cache. - Full synchronization, history, tabs, and sessions. It would be desirable to configure it so that it would work at the request of the user for a specific instance completely. This can be configured from one standard for another version or for all at once, or make everyone equal.
Now about the interface as a whole. And although I admire your stubbornness and identity, please look at the competitors, it will not give you such things: - minimalism like chrome (everyone is furious with extra elements, in opera it is a side panel or a button with an emblem, let me customize the working panel more flexible, as I used to, make the icons smaller) (remove the window frame in KDE 5 1 million thanks) - workspaces and a portable version like an opera (there is plenty of room for this on the work panel) (portability and mobility are great) - synchronization (I want to see the browser like you left it in another place, in another OS, on another PC, or after the portable version. If I consider it necessary to separate something, then this should be offered to be solved by synchronization settings, or workspaces)
I like firefox a lot. Your ideals and aspirations are close to me. I respect the work done by your team. And until the age of portable PCs the size of a USB flash drive (hi USB 4) has come, you can still fight for users.
P.S. Very soon the whole web will change, you yourself have launched many processes for this. Your attempts to create an OS are bold. But it seems to me that Google is more visionary. Every service becomes a mobile application over time, it happened because mobile devices are handy. WEB is not yet so flexible, and the service has not yet become as convenient a website as the application on a smartphone now, but everything will change in the future. The OS will be more like a browser with add-ons than the set of icons in your smartphone now. I wish you success.