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Wait... who in their right mind uses 120 tabs?!

I've been pretty close to that. Usually it happens when I get to about 40 and start losing track of previous ones, so I just re-open the pages in new tabs over and over.
    
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I've been pretty close to that. Usually it happens when I get to about 40 and start losing track of previous ones, so I just re-open the pages in new tabs over and over.

I've actually been guilty of this frown.gif
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Anyway, such anecdotal evidence is meaningless to anyone else. Browsers behave wildly differently on different hardware and software configurations, which is why every browser-related thread gets filled with the same tired arguments from the same people who believe that because they see X, the person who apparently sees Y must be wrong.

Pretty much this. Which is why I say for the most part, they're usually pretty even with each other. In the odd case your hard/software configuration causes one to be catastrophically slow... then use the other.
Edited by Shrak - 6/7/13 at 6:31am
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...they're usually pretty even with each other. In the odd case your hard/software configuration causes one to be catastrophically slow... then use the other.

Exactly. Then the choice narrows down to how one likes a certain interface over the other.
And now Mozilla is unifying it with Chrome... doh.gif way to go.


Rant: Next what? Version 26 in a month with no search bar on the side?
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Rant: Next what? Version 26 in a month with no search bar on the side?

I actually like to remove the search bar when I can remember. From a usability and ease of use standpoint it only makes sense to integrate it with the address bar. Basically just redundant having two bars which can potentially do the same thing... biggrin.gif
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I actually like to remove the search bar when I can remember. From a usability and ease of use standpoint it only makes sense to integrate it with the address bar. Basically just redundant having two bars which can potentially do the same thing... biggrin.gif
I often use it as a somewhat alternative clipboard, also when doing an extensive search I often forget the original keywords.
Also, what I hate about the integration is - you want to search for the keywords you used - you start typing them in the search bar. If you want to sift through pages you visited, then you type the keywords in the address bar. Suggestions are clearer to differentiate, too. When they are one, it's a mess. I find this amazingly comfortable. tongue.gif
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I've been pretty close to that. Usually it happens when I get to about 40 and start losing track of previous ones, so I just re-open the pages in new tabs over and over.

 

I don't think I've ever even been close to 20. When I get to the point that I can't remember what all I have open, I just start closing things and re-visit pages. Right now I'm rocking 5 tabs: 2 gmail accounts, a REST API doc, local server, and this. Plus one window for a meeting that starts in 5 minutes or so.

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I often use it as a somewhat alternative clipboard, also when doing an extensive search I often forget the original keywords.
Also, what I hate about the integration is - you want to search for the keywords you used - you start typing them in the search bar. If you want to sift through pages you visited, then you type the keywords in the address bar. Suggestions are clearer to differentiate, too. When they are one, it's a mess. I find this amazingly comfortable. tongue.gif

I turn off suggestions by history and bookmarks because I find them messy no matter what laugher.gif

Most of the time, if I'm typing in the address bar, it's to go somewhere I haven't been before so I don't see a reason to have bookmarks and previous sites suggestions given to me. If I wanted them I'd just click the bookmark link lol
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Its def a copy of chrome, I dont like the look either. With major change like this they are going to upset a lot of people, who will then probably forget or forgive later on, but still.

edit - so chrome people are not going to switch for this, and ff people are...
is ff just shooting itself in the dino foot?
Edited by Espair - 6/7/13 at 7:30am
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The main reason Chrome also uses more RAM is due to the fact that each tab is a separate process as to with Firefox, everything is one process. So lets say you have 5-6 web pages open in Firefox, and one of the pages crashes cause of a shock-wave plugin(theoretically), Firefox will close down taking all your tabs with it. With Chrome, each tab is it's own process, so if you have a tab open and it crashes because of the same shock-wave plugin, only that tab will crash and the rest will stay open. I enjoy this feature at the cost of extra RAM, but on older system with less RAM(like my work PC), it can be a bit rough.
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Loooks pretty sweeet! Might start using it back again! thumb.gif
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