Don't get me wrong, I still primarily use Firefox, but they just revamped the interface and removed configurability in the name of adding configurability. At least I'm used to Chrome's (my 2nd browser of choice) programmers disappointing me.Cannot verify this. Updated to 29.0.1 some seconds ago - no change. Also, I do not agree with TEA-Time, seeing the things Chrome does, there's no alternative to Firefox.
How do I find that if I don't know in advance? And how do I guess that it is a virtual URL? But - as I wrote before - the rant belongs to a Firefox forum, not here.> where is "About: config or add-ons"
You enter "about:config" in the location box to open a list of config attributes. Better not change anything unless you know what it does though!
But the thing is.. they could have left those configurabilities (is that even a word?? heh) in and it wouldn't have taken away from the new interface at all.I doubt those complaining are new users though. Any change is bound to upset some existing users.
Personally I like the new interface, but I never really customized the toolbars much either, I prefer to use the standard menu (and keyboard shortcuts), and it was improved in FF 29 (can now be displayed without disabling the new look).