moonbat wrote: ↑
Night Wing wrote: ↑
linux Firefox comes as the default browser in Mint
It's the first thing I get rid of on a fresh install and replace with ungoogled-chromium as the backup browser.
There is an old saying; "To Each, Their Own".
I'm not a fan of Google Chromium or Ungoogled Chromium. In Mint, for a backup browser, I prefer Firefox over Google Chromium or Ungoogled Chromium. I can make a lightweight Solid color change in Firefox for my eyes without much work. And I still have the Compact Design in Firefox 89 which gives me a lot of bookmarks on the Bookmarks Toolbar in Firefox over Chromium Google or Ungoogled Chromium bookmarks toolbars. In other words, I'm not tech savvy enough for writing code to remove or add "stuff".
But knowing Mozilla, I'm going to guess sometime in a future release for Firefox, Mozilla will remove the Compact Design setting in "about:config". I know of a person who worked at Mozilla and he told me, lots of developers who work for Mozilla, they remove items in Firefox because "it makes their jobs easier". Then Mozilla will send out a PR release for Firefox to spin it so it "lauds the new changes for it's users".
In my first post in this topic thread showing the attachment for Firefox 89, I do not mind all that much tabs are now on top in Firefox 89. But I'm not going to "jump through hoops" to get the tabs on bottom back. What I don't care care for in Firefox 89 is the very skinny scroll bars. But Since I use a desktop tower computer and external monitor, I use a mouse so I can scroll down a page by using the mouse wheel instead of the scroll bars in Firefox.
In my first post, the green theme color for the Forum Pale Moon site, this is one of the theme colors for the software Moonchild uses for his forum site which I prefer. It is prosilver SE (forest) which my poor eyesight likes. The Blue color for Firefox is a a bland blue color named, Windows 8 Basic Blue which isn't so garrish looking. But I can make it a plain looking gray color which you can see in the attachment at the end of this post.
In closing, since Firefox is not my default browser in Mint, I don't use it that much. I only use Firefox when Pale Moon "stumbles" on some sites. Examples for some of these sites which Pale Moon has a problem with is the comment sections for both Fox News and The Sun newspaper, Marine Traffic site which goes blank sometime, but not all the time, etc.
And these stumbles are when the maintainers of these sites have changed "something" to their sites which Pale Moon does not like. The old, "change for the sake of change". Then I will use Firefox for those sites.