October 27th, 2006
|07:52 pm - Damnitalltohell: firefox|
Well, it looks like it's time to try FireFox again. LiveJournal has managed to make reading individual journals of people with certain kinds of layouts virtually impossible, so, as much as I'm dreading it, it looks like FireFox is going to be my next browser update.
And I so, so wanted to avoid this.
Why can't sites learn to use clean, easy HTML that doesn't mess up everything you want to read?
Time to join the latter-half of this decade.
Stupid LJ. Stupid FireFox.
I'm gonna miss this old bird. Alas, FireBird release 0.7, you have served me well.
Current Location: Southeast of Disorder
Current Mood: worried
Current Music: "Traveling Clean", -JB
I've been using Firefox (now on 220.127.116.11) for months now, both at home and work. Never had any problem with my bookmarks at all. And once I got the hang of them, I like the tabbed browser. For one thing, I can leave my web email up at work, but switch the tab to the firm Intranet, so when someone looks over my shoulder and sees what I have running in my taskbar, I can retain that angelic look of innocence.
It won't *import* your favorites, or it creates another folder for favorites elsewhere? Now I'm SURE a creative dude like you can figure out a way around that.
My only problem is with those few sites that aren't compatible with FF. I still have IE, and I have to use it for NetDocuments, but I've been able to use the IE tab extension for everything else. No problem.