Are you resizing your browser by chance or is this on a device? I cannot replicate it, the responsive setting is 480px on narrow and adjust correctly for me.Really nice job! Only one small thing I saw...
At 480px wide, the Poster information takes up quite a bit of real estate—I'd change the configuration to the one you have for narrower widths sooner.
I accidentally updated mine and couldn't bother downgrading to FF 27 again. It isn't bad once you install something called "Old Firefox" onto it. It makes it look like the old one. Behaves nearly the same way too.I'm not seeing the padding issue, but I am on FF 28, having steadfastly refused to touch 29.
Yeah, at work it got forced on me and I managed to get some sort of "old style" skin to cover it.GTB, link to that thread?
I accidentally updated mine and couldn't bother downgrading to FF 27 again. It isn't bad once you install something called "Old Firefox" onto it. It makes it look like the old one. Behaves nearly the same way too.
Exactly, but Chrome is horrible with its memory usage. Saw it taking up 22 GB of RAM the other day. I do like ho FF 29 handle JS intensive pages, but I do not like the new color of the debugging tool. I preferred the dark blue look it had.Yeah, at work it got forced on me and I managed to get some sort of "old style" skin to cover it.
If I wanted Chrome I'd use it (although I do have it installed).
Not quite true. I don't know what you've installed for the old look, but mine allows everything to moved around. I can't even tell it's FF 29 aside from the new bookmarking method, which I abhor.Because the look is just like Chrome and you can't easily move buttons around.
Just seeing this.Interesting note Alex. I am a bit torn myself between such front-end tools and back-end tools. It is a real hard call to make. On the one side, you definitely want to give quick and easily reached functions to your team (not available to the standard users), but on the other side, looking at it from an extensible system point of view, those functions go beyond the standard user functionality and thus, they are "packed" on top of a standard user view. This makes the general team functions a bit more complicated to extend, as it sets certain predefined UI boundaries, which you could leave quite a bit more open in a back-end environment.