For Firefox, you very well might not have encountered anything and I have rarely but it is has been a growing problem were sites will only be made to work with Google Chrome or Chromium based browsers. Stuff that causes one to raise a eyebrow
(it was just a site specific rule, but they were blocking firefox). Stuff like this happens
There are many out there who are just focused on supporting Google Chrome only and sometimes even Firefox can have a bumpy ride even though it is still far from the old days of IE. I am starting to see this more and more
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I having always used a mix of smaller browsers in addition to Firefox to keep my options open and sometimes out of necessity (some computers I use don't run modern Firefox very well at all, not to mention any Chromium based browser). Recently had a chat site I use just suddenly go from functional but somewhat rough around the edges to not working at all in Palemoon just this week
On the place that Chromium is leading us.
Firefox still works for me all the times when I needed it to. But when I look around at various "supported browser" sections of sites, they will often try to push you into Chrome, and all the other browsers listed will be Chromium based,
save for perhaps Safari, which is webkit based, which is the father of the current Blink web engine that Chromium forked. Firefox with Gecko is the true odd kid out, and sadly I am uncertain if they will survive if with how things have been going
and while being dependent on Google paying them
to sustain themselves. Google could very well negotiate a reduced price or just cut them off. Not all of that decline is their fault but the past 10 years FF has bounced around and floundered with various ideas in a struggle to establish their own echo system. And I am not confident in any of the current non Chromium browsers being able to keep up once FF is gone either. @UrbanMysticDee
>more and more I'm finding everything only works in chrome, and I hate chrome, and I hate that so many sites only work in chrome.
>One company I worked for, the job I had the longest, was the most toxic building I've ever worked in. Everyone there illegally vaped indoors, there was mould growing all over the leaky ceilings and the air filters kept raining dust down. I overheard the owner of the company admit to someone, probably his attack dog who liked to show up to work late and drunk and still got paid more than 20 normal people, that he knew what he was doing was illegal and didn't care because "it's my company and I'll do what I want."
After that experience I can't blame you. A lot of areas of the country have just lost out from the free trade and all that is left in their wake is a damaged low trust society in decline with slim pickings. @Fleur de Lis
I have used that one myself a few times. Not sure how much I trust it but it seems to have been around a long time at least (and ain't Discord!). @FeatherTrap
Seems like you guys would have a better shot them some. I have always thought for the US it would only be possible after a long fight at state by state level, some states aren't as hostile to third
parties and we have had flukes. You guys seem like you would be able to do that even better then we could with the vote system. @Dex Stewart
And considering a possible looming recession it would probably be wise to stay around longer as well. @coolmaster43232
That is sad. I mean, I am the kind of that would just be fine with obscure free open source games and what I might find cheaply at ebay or a thift store, but there are some things that I imagine are nice to have for a brick and motor store that one wouldn't get online (especially with used games).