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Nov 18th 2010 11:38AM Go to Help > About, same fail as Chrome.
Sep 17th 2010 3:01PM But they didn't create a whole new browsing engine, they built on what was already there. Similar questions like "why did you take the browsing engine the way you did?" make a lot of sense, but I wouldn't want to get a one off opportunity and mess it up by asking them questions without research.
Sep 17th 2010 1:18PM That question doesn't make any sense. Like all major browsers their rendering engine has a long long history and like most of them they didn't start off that history (I think the exception there is Opera).
Sep 17th 2010 12:52PM What's the best modal for building software? Do you think your choice has made Firefox the special program it is today?How long do you think till Mozilla's mission will be complete? And what is the future for Firefox after that?Is it more or less difficult to work in the most open company out of any well known tech name?
Sep 17th 2010 11:21AM There's going to be some kind of "add-on" bar. There's a lot of different concepts for this that have been floating around. Not sure on which one they are actually going for though.
Sep 15th 2010 1:21PM This list is invaluable to Firefox devs though. Expect a lot of tuning on these before and after Firefox 4 release.
Sep 15th 2010 1:10PM It takes a lot from all the different browsers. The first thing that stuck out to me was the Firefox style "big back button".I really really don't like what they have done with tabs, but I guess most people won't care. But how they overflow will be quite important.It's a fair old mix, but I'm not sure I like it, we'll see how it fairs.
Sep 12th 2010 12:37PM I've been a long time fan of Firefox UI changes, I'm generally against the opinion "OMG CHANGE!!". But this time I kind of do agree about certain UI changes are poorly implemented:http://groups.google.com/group/mozilla.dev.apps.firefox/browse_thread/thread/071db60ef8baae1e/9f0dee2149f4e0fbOn the amazing plus side, Firefox is always completely hackable. No other browser is even on the same playing field (and god knows I've been trying with Chrome at work because of it's ability to use PKI certificates).
Sep 10th 2010 11:52PM Webkit has been better for embedding for a little while now. Gecko still reigns though if you want to do anything complex or interesting beyond display a web page.
Sep 2nd 2010 2:20PM I have to restart Chrome to enable lab features... interesting. Not looking so high and mighty against Firefox once you start enable complex features now.
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