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The site I'm working on works in Chrome, Safari, Edge

But not freaking Firefox.

I hate you Firefox, please leave.

(Disclaimer: Pls don't kill me. Freedom of opinion)

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  • 8
    But does it work in IE... how dare you not test my favourite vbrowser 🤬
  • 6
    @Floydian I just know that this community can be salty (which is fine) and loves firefox (which is fine) and sometimes calls out for other not to call their fav things shit (which is fine).

    I just don't want someone to show up and stab me cause I dislike Firefox (it's fine actually. Just not as good as chrome imo)

    @C0D4 not quiet. You can read things but the layout is fucked up. Seen the tag? [CSS3]?
  • 6
    @BambuSource I can live with that 😂
  • 2
    I do sometimes work with Opera
  • 6
    had this kind of experience with chrome mobile, even if it works fine with chrome desktop. and yes - internet explorer as well @C0D4.
    take what you have to comprehend to, chrome mobile!
  • 6
    @erroronline1 I was joking 😂🤷‍♂️
  • 3
    @C0D4 obviously 😅 but a webdev sometimes has to do what has to be done.
  • 5
    @erroronline1 oh that’s the truth, even when It goes against everything I believe 😞
  • 3
    So fix it in Firefox instead of trying to look cool with your shite opinions
  • 3
    @inaba I do, obviously. But I still hate FF sometimes
  • 5
    Have the same with Chrome very often. Firefox is easy, mostly behalfs as aspected, but Chrome really is... annoying sometimes, especially with CSS.

    I think the reason for our different experiences is that Firefox and Chrome do both some things very differently and differ a little bit from the standard. If you develop on one browser, you get used to it, and find the other one annoying.
  • 3
    I love Firefox.

    But upload-from-camera doesn't work on Android, sometimes titles are randomly flickering and input boxes suddenly stop working, so I hate Firefox.

    But I love her.

    Firefox is like a really cute but miserably broken girl, she's hard to live with, but easy to forgive because she means well.
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    @Benedikt I think you're right when you say Firefox "behalfs as aspected".

    That really captures my experiences with my lovely browser. Nothing wrang, all aspects are behalvingly!

    Maybe I should not be using Nightly though.
  • 2
    @Benedikt totally agreed

    @bittersweet cute metaphor xD
    Or rather personification
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    Too offensive for me.
  • 1
    Backdrop-filter?
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    @snaz Oh I feel like devtools in Firefox are comparable/superior for everything, except mobile browser testing (Android debug bridge + Chrome inspect)
  • 1
    @Gerrymandered grid automatic content based scaling
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