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To add insult to injury, it's already possible to download an add-on called "Classic Theme Restorer" that transforms the UI back to its classic look.
As for customisation, unsurprisngly you're going to have issues with add-ons and extensions with a new browser version.
Unfortunately, there is no such thing as 'the best of 2013' for me.
Regarding your poll, I only looked at Firefox and Chropera. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as 'the best of 2013' for me.The first might not be as crappy as the latter but over time the sequence might change
In Gnome they've also been struck with the same virus. By removing each and every bit of customization, suddenly I had to dive into gnome-config-editor for the most basic of settings, and I had to download a specialized utility just to change the fonts.
Full themes for Firefox have not kept up with the rapid development scenario.
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Quote from: Frenzie on 2013-12-29, 19:20:04If I missed any, leave a comment. I believe JoshL said...Yeah, you're a believer! What do Androids use as their default?
I suppose I could use Opera 12 with the Tor network but I don't know how to do it.
What is Netsurf?
Surely you know a bunch that could be added, but it only makes sense to add browsers that we the members of this forum actually use.
When using KDE, Konqueror seems a sensible choice for browser, because there's no other point in using KDE than KDE apps, is there? If you don't like KDE apps in general, such as KMail, Kopete, etc., then don't use KDE. I happen to like the extensive settings and options of Konqueror's interface.
I'm sure I am the only one in these forums using Elinks
What do Androids use as their default?
I use the latest update Firefox for just about everything.
Opera switched from Presto to Chromium/Blink. It vastly improved on Chromium's speeddial alternative, although not on Opera's own speeddial, and allegedly improved website compatibility. It lost almost all customization ability in the process.
Yes, I've had to customize it to death with extensions from Chrome
Don't know the other ones mentioned at all.
I'm noticing there's a ton of geeks on here who are much more knowledgeable than I am. (And geek is not a bad word in my vocabulary, btw) I'm trying to stay where I can hold my own because a ton of discussion is way over my head
Quote from: myminpins on 2014-01-02, 16:13:09I'm noticing there's a ton of geeks on here who are much more knowledgeable than I am. (And geek is not a bad word in my vocabulary, btw) I'm trying to stay where I can hold my own because a ton of discussion is way over my head Ask them. That's what I do. That's the biggest advantage of D&D, you make part of a group of people that no matter how much we discuss, we are always ready to help each others. Imagine that those "geeks" are helping me to make my first steps into Linux. That's great
I agree with the general sentiment that 2013 has been a bad year in terms of browsers (apart from the fact that I rediscovered console browsers after a decade's pause). Then again, I am quite sure 2014 will be even worse. The bottom has not been reached yet.
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