1. In Firefox, the Bookmarks toolbar appears to have one default font/icon size, and it's rather small and unattractive.
By contrast, Chrome's default is a larger and more attractive display.
Ideally Firefox would allow users to customize font size (or implement an option for auto-sizing, so that a certain number of toolbar bookmarks would fill the full toolbar width).
*This is another place where with added customization options, Firefox could easily be more competitive with other browsers.*
2. Notice too that Chrome allows users to customize the home page image, whereas Firefox does not. This would be a simple, super nice upgrade.
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There should be an awareness that the display area is a resource and should not be wasted.
For those from Chinese character cultures, font size even determines whether or not they will use their browser. I think the font in Firefox UI is too small.
Font size in menu bar, bookmarks toolbar, tab heading too small. I could adjust this previously by going to about:config and adjusting userchrome.css values. Now with new Firefox updates you can't do that 😞 😞 😞