So, I opened a new tab in #Firefox and immediately notice this. After a brief WTF moment, I click on the dots menu over the icon and land on this page:
(Note that from the URL I removed the UTM: `as=u&utm_source=inproduct`)
To sum up, another automatic opt-in from which I have to say no in the settings.
@m2m Correct! Was independent until fairly recently. But there don't seem to be (m)any changes since the acquisition. 🙃
@matt looks very interesting, especially due to the fact it supports both Firefox and Chrome extensions. Reminds me of Orion. Though, I have to admit I don't have a particular Chrome extension that I miss on Firefox...
@tchambers @obsolete29 also, Firefox is at the moment the only browser allowing a conveniente sync between macOS and Android. Safari is out of the question because it's not platform-agnostic — plus I must be one of the few Mac users who dislike Safari — and I really really would love to avoid switching to a Chromium-based browser.
@rresoli tried them all, I really don't want to switch to a Blink/Chromium browser. I actually have and use Brave for web dev testing purposes, and Vivaldi has become totally bloated (plus closed source). Ungoogled Chromium is pretty unstable, at least on macOS.
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