On 5/5/06, Robin Laing <Robin.Laing@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Arthur Pemberton wrote: >> Mozillas settings are far worse, a whole lot of things spread about all >> over the place. > > > That may be so, but I prefer them to the setup of Firefox. I am > learning in this thread that I am not alone. > I used Mozilla until a few weeks ago. I tried FF with the Tab Mix Plus Extension and I won't look back at Mozilla. At least is a page decides to crash my browser, it doesn't take Thunderbird down. Less crashes in FF as well. With a couple of tweaks to about:config, FF is much faster as well. I do agree with many of the posters, the configuration settings should be clearer. I miss the cookie manager in the Tools menu most of all. As with using any tool, it takes some time to adapt. I am very happy with FF. :) The best that could happen is for FF/TB and Mozilla to work towards the same code base. There are good things in both.
Well in your case, you switched for what I might loosely consider to be "unfair" reasons. Crashes in Mozilla. I suspect that these would be less frequent and less critical if there was active work being done on Mozilla . -- As a boy I jumped through Windows, as a man I play with Penguins.