Sampei Nihira wrote:@ Intika
"browser.display.use_document_fonts" set to 0
and as it is already mentioned it's not the proper place for support
Moonchild wrote:OK, so, Librefox thinks that the following things are good to enforce for the user:
Wow you took the time to review all the settings thanks very much for that, i will open an issue about what you mentioned, the project is still young, and for most what you mentioned there is a reason we did so, but yes i am open to any discussion/critique to make the product better.
Sajadi wrote:Security good and nice...
What really would be necessary/what would be a good idea - would be to find a way to bring back customization back into Firefox....
There is an open issue about that, and we will probably include an advanced settings in future version, thanks a lot for your feedback
also hard block
Yes, its explained why on the main settings and this can still be changed in mozilla.cfg. but thank you for your feedback i am taking note about that
NotWorthKnowing wrote:I'll comment on some of these but since nobody cares, I'll hide it.
Thanks for you feedback (i care !) i will add that to the issue with Moonchild's comments
NotWorthKnowing wrote:That bothered me too, and already knowing I don't agree with Miss Pants and crew on a lot of the settings, I almost didn't even check it out. I'm finding that editing moz config is no different than editing user.js. It's taking a lot of time the first time because I had been ignoring all the changes since 52 ESR. Already spent many hours and am only less than half way through.
There is a tool to compare changes on mozilla.cfg/user.js it could facilitate want you want to do
(it's listed on Librefox page)
NotWorthKnowing wrote:Well whatever it is or will be, I have to admit I like it better out of the box than the official one from MozCo. Seems to be quieter (not loading stuff on startup), has better look (icons not drawn with crayons) and has more privacy/security mods I agree with than disagree with. So it may have promise as an alternative to falling back to official Fx, either of which may be better than Chromium.
Thank you a lot for your feedback it's appreciated
NotWorthKnowing wrote:What I would have really liked is for all you guys making all these forks or custom builds to get together and work on one killer customizable browser that can compete with the big guys, but I know it's a pipedream.
In my personal opinion, there are already Palemoon and Ungoogled-Chromium so... i don't know what would be a result of getting together, but one thing for sure is having the choice is a must !... we don't really need a lot of developer to make changes to (firefox/chrome) and it's very very complicated to please everyone, you could even create a killer browser as you say and you would still have users complaining about too much settings or something else, so...
New Tobin Paradigm wrote:Pale Moon.
hahahaha i just said that and now am reading the same thing
Isengrim wrote: NotWorthKnowing wrote:
Block third-party cookies.
Agree: standard setting in all my browsers.
I usually do this too, but I do find cases where it is still necessary to allow exceptions. Not
being able to make exceptions at all is worse, in my book.
This isn't just sites modifying the clipboard text...
Thanks you i take note of that as well
@Moonchild @Tobin I know and agree that this is not the place for support/feedback for Librefox, i don't know... it's just to let you know