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im currently using the 11.0.696.0 dev version, and one thing thats irritating me is that im trying all the other browsers but still cant be drawn bk away from chrome.. tried FF4 (Betas etc) and it felt to sluggish for me. Tried IE9 and as a user interface, it feels wrong and it takes time to respond.. Chrome just does what i ask out of a browser, simplicity and speed.
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No tab previews, no script blocker, no spell-checking in different languages at once... So far I have to pass.
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Trying chrome now. So far so good, but I've grown very close to firefox! I'll give it a fair shot, and see how it goes!
 
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Interesting. Didn't know anybody still uses Firefox. To everybody that keeps talking about adblock plus. Here it is. http://adblockplus.org/en/chrome

Also to all you no script guys. There is only 2 ways to present client side updates(well 3 if you count Java applets). There is javascript and flash. No matter how many buzz words you throw out there, ajax, html5, etc, it still always comes down to javascript. Flash is going away eventually at least for rich content sites.

That leaves you with just javascript as a client side language. As sites and web applications(as programs move to the web) get richer and richer you get poorer and poorer by using no script.

Good luck


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Originally Posted by E-Peen View Post
I'm picky, I like Firefox's Noscript & Adblock too much to switch over. I just don't like Chrome's Adblock or Noscript.
http://adblockplus.org/en/chrome

It's by the same dude. What are you talking about?
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Interesting. Didn't know anybody still uses Firefox. To everybody that keeps talking about adblock plus. Here it is. http://adblockplus.org/en/chrome

Also to all you no script guys. There is only 2 ways to present client side updates(well 3 if you count Java applets). There is javascript and flash. No matter how many buzz words you throw out there, ajax, html5, etc, it still always comes down to javascript. Flash is going away eventually at least for rich content sites.

That leaves you with just javascript as a client side language. As sites and web applications(as programs move to the web) get richer and richer you get poorer and poorer by using no script.

Good luck
I don't really follow your noscript part. If you can find me a script blocker for Chrome that never allows them to run and let's me selectively allow or disallow certain ones, I'd switch over.
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Interesting. Didn't know anybody still uses Firefox. To everybody that keeps talking about adblock plus. Here it is. http://adblockplus.org/en/chrome

Also to all you no script guys. There is only 2 ways to present client side updates(well 3 if you count Java applets). There is javascript and flash. No matter how many buzz words you throw out there, ajax, html5, etc, it still always comes down to javascript. Flash is going away eventually at least for rich content sites.

That leaves you with just javascript as a client side language. As sites and web applications(as programs move to the web) get richer and richer you get poorer and poorer by using no script.

Good luck
I'm sorry, what?
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I don't really follow your noscript part. If you can find me a script blocker for Chrome that never allows them to run and let's me selectively allow or disallow certain ones, I'd switch over.
I'm pretty sure this is the only NoScript alternative.

NotScripts

So that can be circumvented pretty easily then?
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I like how nobody is giving a reason for why Chrome is better (their speed is the same for me, so that reason is not applicable here).

Not a fanboy, I just legitimately want to know.
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I like how nobody is giving a reason for why Chrome is better (their speed is the same for me, so that reason is not applicable here).

Not a fanboy, I just legitimately want to know.
I just like the look...
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I'm pretty sure this is the only NoScript alternative.

NotScripts

So that can be circumvented pretty easily then?
But its functionality is garbage compared to Noscript. So not, it cannot be circumvented.
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