Hoping this is the place to post this.
I am seamonkey user primarily, I prefer the old internet suite format.
Has a much more friendly Win2K, XP, or win classic feel where things have edges, shadows, and other visual cues of area and function, instead of the current trend toward looking like a box of sun faded spilt melted crayons.
It would be nice to have that simplicity in Firefox, unlikely I know, but I am hoping.
Sadly, some sites require bleeding edge cruff in order to work, and SM is only up to FF60 backend, and FF63 seems to be hte minumum now…
So I grabbed FF92, which is less cluttered than it has been for a long time.
Managed to recreate most of what I want, would like the rest, still have to kill context menu new tabs like I do in SM though.
Since I do not use tabs, I would like to remove them in order to reclaim the space lost to them, this is easy to do in seamonkey.
I prefer to use one window per website, it is easier for me to keep track of.
I would also like to remove | disable search from the address bar, preferably the entire built in search engine functionality.
Lacking the ability to remove that however, how do I turn it off so random pasting issues or mystypes do not become searches.
I prefer to visit the search site I am using, it is easier for me.
While I am at it, I would also like stand alone file download windows like seamonkey has available, I find the unified one in FF awkward.
Not wanting to whine, just hoping some what I want is out there, but I couldn’t find it.