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Double Shot #1592

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The thing about the tab groups feature was that Mozilla botched the rollout, and never really fleshed it out. For years, every time I tried to use it, I couldn't get it to work correctly, and when it finally did, there were several things missing, like the ability to drag and drop tabs, prevent accidentally closing tab groups, and so on. Still, I do know a lot of people that use it. I wonder if Mozilla believes so few people use that feature, because most of the people that do also turn off reporting stats to Mozilla?

This, and also removing the ability to completely theme the browser, which is also being removed, are just more signs that Mozilla is headed in the wrong direction, IMO. It may well be time for me to swing back to Chrome, although I'm getting tired of the Chrome-Firefox back and forth of the last decade. These days, I'm not really happy with either one. :(

November 25, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterConor

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