Sick Day XXXI
I am sick of Mozilla Firefox. Every time I download an update it removes features I like and it runs slower.
It used to be you could click the arrow on the address bar and it would display your most frequently used links and if you didn’t use a link for a couple weeks it would go away. The next version I got still had this feature, but old links didn’t go away. The new version 3.5.5 is only used to input an address. If you type a bunch of used addresses will come up, but that is a pain in the butt to me, so I have to use the book marks instead. There are only probably five addresses I use often and now I have to hunt them down in my bookmarks.
Then the next something happened to this program a couple months ago where it takes about 30 seconds to open up leaving me wondering if I double clicked well enough so I do it again and then I end up having two or three screens open. There is also a conflict with Java and the browser needs to close down whenever you run a Java application.
I would like to go back to MISE, but MISE doesn’t get along all that well with Google products. I’ve run Opera, but that sucks and is underpowered. Safari sucks, too.
Look Mozilla, if you want to continue screwing things up, at least let us go back to and earlier version that actually worked. Rat Bastards!
And while I'm at it what the hell is going on with Blogger's spam filter. Fortunately I found a way to avoid most of it, but some still gets through. Look if something is coming through in a language other that the one the blog is registered as, it's probably spam. If it has links to other internet addresses, it's probably spam. Fix it you Rat Bastards.