Firefox v57 ('Quantum'?)
codacodercodacoder at outlook.com
Fri Nov 17 04:28:36 UTC 2017
On 2017-11-16 17:24, Mike Hommey wrote:
> On Thu, Nov 16, 2017 at 10:56:54PM +0000, Coda Coder wrote:
>> I have things in the address bar I don't want and things missing I
>> do want and no way to add them.
>> Example. Pocket. No thank you. Answer: tough, we're gonna put it
>> in the menu AND in the address bar. And no you can't change it.
> I don't know why it's not in "customize", but you can right-click on the
> icon in the address bar, that allows to remove it.
<head-slap> Thank you. I never thought of that. But really, is that
good enough? Not exactly very discoverable. And two ways to customize,
neither of which covers everything?
> And since it's not in
> "customize", you can't get it back if you really want to. Known issue?
Should be. But I'll admit, rightly or wrongly, none of these "issues"
are things I would spend any time logging on bugzilla. If a bug doesn't
kill my app/UX, you get a free pass. ;)
Something I meant to mention in my previous...
Mention was made if using the browser full-screen (F11, I presume). Does
anyone have any figures/telemetry data for that? Percentage of users
doing it... of those, how often/length of time... do some always work
full-screen? Are there some that use the browser both ways?
Reason I ask: The company I work for has a user base upwards of 400K.
We're confident *nobody* does that. I'd love to know I had that much
screen real estate to take advantage of, but I don't. So based on my
admittedly limited user knowledge, I'd say any argument that relied on
that use-case was pretty weak at best.
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