@penn station posted:
I like Firefox because it is flexible. With Chrome you get what you get. However, later versions of Firefox have become less flexible. One example is tabs below the toolbars. ....................
That is probably my biggest complaint in terms of "upgrades" they have done over the years as well.
It was very Microsoft-like how they non-nonchalantly took away the ability to configure that and just said, "well, they are up at the top now, you will have to get used to it". Wait... what??!?!!?. With no better alternatives (as annoying as it was, there is no way it was going to prompt me to switch to IE! ), I still am using it though.
The number of times I switch tabs is many, many times the number of times I type something directly in the URL bar, so it was much nicer when the tabs were right above the content of the page.
There used to be a work around by doing something in a folder (ironically called "chrome", which worried me a bit if they are using Chrome elements), but I don't' know if it works with the most recent versions. It's probably been quite some time since I went to the work of applying it after an update to a new version of FF reset them to the top.