12-29-2022 05:42 AM - edited 12-29-2022 05:55 AM
From version 90 or so, Firefox happily joined the stupid flattern IU design in an stupid cometition between developers of wich UI becomes more flat, more simple, more confusing, more autistic. A horrible UI wich has a rather mediocre way to personalize it with ugly skins and ugly interfaces to tweak little changes to make it more confusing. So the only way to tweak the UI in a way to make it more useful is to tweak some lines in a obscure CSS file hidden in the deepest abyss of firefox internals (wich you find after countless hours searching on the more and more obscure and scarce forums in the post instagram-tiktok-social-superficial-stupid SEO-driven internet era) until you find some personalized UI apearance that resembles something more usable and intuitive... But finally you need to upgrade firefox to prevent security breaches and... voila! all the personalized configuration flused away messing the UI in an unusable state, for example hiding the tabs, mixing them with menus, etc. No way to roll back that catastrophe. The only solution to try to revert that mess is to try to get into the wilderness of manually rollback to previows version, wich in any way guaranties get the things back again.
12-29-2022 09:24 PM
Yeah, the UI design has tanked. It was never very clear on stuff to begin with and it just got worse with a UI design in which nothing id differentiated from anything else. Trying to save space on 17+ inch monitors is just pointless as well. It would be nice if on the mobile version we could get rid of the search bar that comes up every time I go into it. I have the same set of tabs open because those 4 websites are the only places I go on my phone. I don't want a search bar being shoved in my face that not only do I never use, has no function as I can just open up the address bar and do the same thing there. I just want to refresh the page the tab is already on 90% of the time. It's driving me nuts.