posted on Aug, 23 2013 @ 12:07 AM
I just came across an article which mentions that Firefox 23 has
and it angered me enough to write this thread. Honestly who comes up with these ideas?
disabled via about:config or with add-ons (such as NoScript).
a vanilla installation of Firefox.
I know it seems like I'm getting much too worked up over this, but it just annoys me, especially being a web developer. I hate it when idiots cause my
software to become less functional and harder to manipulate... but it happens all the god damn time. It's like each update actually downgrades my
software. Windows 8 is like the prime example of software becoming completely useless due to an excessive catering to morons.
Everything needs to be laid out as big shiny buttons and huge text for these idiots to actually work it out... and in the process it becomes dumbed
down the point of no longer being useful and the complex tasks actually become way harder than they should be because they are hidden away in some
obscure corner of the system.
enabled by default in TorFox for christ sakes? It's made for people who know what they are doing... people who like their privacy and chose TorFox
because they though it was privacy orientated.
It seems highly suspicious to me that Firefox and another browser based on Firefox (an earlier version) would experience an unsolicited re-enabling of
here folks... I've always trusted Mozilla but now I can't.
edit on 23/8/2013 by ChaoticOrder because: (no reason given)