I didn't think I was a big customizer... I'm not prone to flashy things. I try to stick to functional, usability and accessibility. Over the years, a lot of hours have been spent "customizing" and some of it just isn't worth the time. You sort of learn that over the years
of my addons have a label next to them saying "Legacy", but most also say, "Compatible with multiprocess". This can't be good
because AOIS said it will stop working as of 57 because it is not a web extension. Trying to be proactive, I tried to find a replacement for All-in-on-sidebar. Found: Bookmarks Sidebar Button
. Everything I read from the previous link looked like it was okay, but when I installed it, the labels said, "Legacy" and "Not compatible".
I've read uBlock Origin and NoScript are working on becoming web extensions. Does this mean when 57 is installed that the addon's will be magically updated to the web extension version? Currently they are marked "Legacy" and "Compatible with multiprocess". Same with other addon's... Is this just a wait-and-see what works and doesn't work after the install?
Do statistics like those at w3schools browser stats
play into your browser choice?
Do you use multiple browsers, maybe one for development, one to visit banks, one for enjoyment, etc?
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