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IF Mozilla moved firefox to QT and Webkit, it'd be the best thing to happen to the web ever.
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IF Mozilla moved firefox to QT and Webkit, it'd be the best thing to happen to the web ever.

Moving to Qt? Yes, it would be good (I'd struggle to call it the best thing ever to happen though). Moving to Webkit? No. That just brings us closer to another IE6 era (although it wouldn't be quite as bad).
    
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He won't stick to the topic because he's a chrome fanboy that won't take any evidence otherwise as valid evidence and only relies on personal opinions as fact.

One of his more recent posts on the similar subject.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1394075/broswer-and-why/0_30#post_20034942
I say just let him be as it's not worth arguing over. It's why I've quit responding to his posts, simply no point in bothering with someone that is simply that biased and blind.
lol, that's funny considering the poster agreed about you losing all credibility in this thread. You know, since you got caught red handed lying about the review. Nobody is going to take anything you say seriously in here anymore.
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So straight lines and boxes are currently the style with Windows and they went with soft round edges? Looks great on Linux though, I miss ubuntu.
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I remember the glory days of Firefox 2!
Those were NOT glory days.
Post Firefox 2 Chrome came out and crushed em so yea glory days were over.
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They should rip off chrome's performance and not the UI. If it wasn't for the add-ons and customization I wouldn't be using FF due to it's terrible performance. Scrolling is like pouring sand in my eyes.
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I hope they fix the horrible stutter (especially when using Flash) and the memory use, oh all that memory.

I've been considering switching to Chrome this month.

What stutter?

Besides, this is essentially just the pre-pre-alpha. I mean, it goes like this: UX Nightly > Nightly > Aurora > Beta > Final

So, it's not supposed to be perfect.

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So straight lines and boxes are currently the style with Windows and they went with soft round edges? Looks great on Linux though, I miss ubuntu.

It looks good in Windows 7 to me (I've been using it for a couple of days now).

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They should rip off chrome's performance and not the UI. If it wasn't for the add-ons and customization I wouldn't be using FF due to it's terrible performance. Scrolling is like pouring sand in my eyes.

I dunno, it's fine on my end. I've always had excellent performance and very good smooth scrolling without the use of extensions. Speaking of which, smooth scrolling is a little better in UX Nightly than it is in Firefox 21. For me, that means good smooth scrolling just got better.
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I find chrome to be "meh" but I'll stick with it because there are apps on it that would be hard to live without. Only thing, Adblock on firefox was much much much better than the one on chrome.

Loving the redesign to app tabs though. More browsers need to do stuff like this for common sites like twitter and pandora.

Are you using the right adblocker?

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/empty-title/cfhdojbkjhnklbpkdaibdccddilifddb?hl=en

It functions exactly the same. There was only an issue with its initial release.
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I find chrome to be "meh" but I'll stick with it because there are apps on it that would be hard to live without. Only thing, Adblock on firefox was much much much better than the one on chrome.

Loving the redesign to app tabs though. More browsers need to do stuff like this for common sites like twitter and pandora.

Are you using the right adblocker?

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/empty-title/cfhdojbkjhnklbpkdaibdccddilifddb?hl=en

It functions exactly the same. There was only an issue with its initial release.
The other one is good too, ya know tongue.gif

I like the FF redesign, especially after TwoCable's pics. Who knows, I might actually switch to it.
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Are you using the right adblocker?

https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/empty-title/cfhdojbkjhnklbpkdaibdccddilifddb?hl=en

It functions exactly the same. There was only an issue with its initial release.


It may have changed (I doubt it) but adblock on chrome basically hides the ads while still loading them in the background. Due to Firefox allowing deeper plugin integration, adblock on firefox stops the ads from ever loading to begin with.

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