I decided to start up my old cell phone, a Motorola Droid 2.Continue reading post "#2452"
Quite a latent Firefox bug this weekend. All extensions were disabled for all Firefox users at a specific time because of an expired certificate.Continue reading post "#2318"
Apparently, Amazon video no longer works with Firefox ESR (60.4).Continue reading post "#2193"
I’ve been noticing a problem in Firefox for a while now where the tab key will suddenly stop moving focus to links on the page.Continue reading post "#2144"
@supports is a good way to apply an entire block of styles only if (modern) browsers support a particular property-value combo. There is no similar block-level mechanism for selector support. Selectors are automatically ignored if their values or syntax aren’t recognized by the browser, so they basically already do this at the ruleset level.
Except, sometimes you want to apply styles to other elements that don’t use the selector, but only if the browser supports the selector.Continue reading post "CSS: checking support for selectors"
I had forgotten that CSS
attr() is only supported for values of
Well, Firefox forced my hand by upgrading even though I had “Never check for updates” checked. So I now have Firefox ESR installed.Continue reading post "#1675"
The recent release of Firefox 57 is pretty nice in many ways, but the loss of certain extensions is probably going to keep my primary browser from upgrading until they’re updated or suitable replacements are found.Continue reading post "Firefox 57 and Tab Groups: downgrading to ESR for now"
Looks like an update to Opera Mini brought support for
position: fixed at last . I’ll finally be able to remove my JS test for it.
Once again had to recover some of my Firefox tabs after an update (this happened before). I haven’t reduced my tab count since last time as planned (currently at 570). Gonna have to work on that. I think having so many makes Firefox more unstable and slow.