Friday, April 20th, 2007
This post has been a while coming, but mconnor asked me to blog about this sooner rather than later, so here we are.
As the Firefox release cycle marches onwards, there’s been a lot of talk about what sort of things are really affecting people day to day that we should fix, particularly on the Mac. If it’s anything, Mac users love to nitpick (guilty as charged).
So, fellow Appleites, I put it to you: What sucks about Firefox on the Mac? Send mail to macfirefox at this domain, and let me know what you think.
To start you off, here are some things I know people want:
- Native Form Widgets (currently scheduled for Firefox 3)
- Keychain Integration
- Firefox should have a Unified toolbar (not completely hopeless, it turns out)
- Performance could be better (as always)
If you’ve got more specific nits, that’s great, mail it in. If you think the stuff already on here is really important, I want to hear about it. If there are features in Camino/Safari/OmniWeb/iCab that you absolutely can’t live without, tell me. The more mail I get about this, the better.
Feel free to help get the word out that I’m taking suggestions, by the way.