Reddit UX feedback

Johnathan Nightingale johnath at
Wed May 21 12:47:19 PDT 2014

On May 21, 2014, at 3:43 PM, Richard Newman wrote:

>> On that note, you can currently only (try to) reload a page once. Which
>> sucks in that use case.
> My chain of behaviors when I get stuck at not loading:
> * Menu > Reload, sometimes several times
> * URL bar > hit Enter
> * Kill Firefox and try again.

… whereupon it usually does work

> I would love for Reload's second try to switch to a nuke-the-world approach: assume that everything we're trying to do with the network is wrong, because usually it is, and start over.
> Anyone else have similar sentiment?

Precisely so.

Johnathan Nightingale
VP Firefox

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