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Ten Things Phoenix is Better at Than Mozilla

Monday January 27th, 2003

rizzo sent us a link to an article at vbRad that gives one user's opinion of why Phoenix is better than Mozilla.


#15 Nope.

by ogiesen

Tuesday January 28th, 2003 4:41 AM

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First, to stay on topic: I like my icons small and if possible on one line. The main reaon is that I like to open multiple (browser) windows, e.g. to compare stuff, IOW, my browser windows are usually far from 1024x768, even though my actual screen resolution is actually 2176x864 (dual monitor setup). That's why I'd like as little screen space wasted by toolbars as possible. Furthermore, I use radial context menus and similar stuff, so I really only need the toolbar buttons at all when I couldn't customize the relevant command into the context menu.

Now, why I really had to respond to this: DON'T remove the Online/Offline button from Mozilla! In fact, PLEASE put it in Phoenix too! I'm on dial-up and I really use Offline mode a lot. At least I do so in Mozilla and IEx. Phoenix doesn't even have it. It's *very* useful if you're on a slow and metered connection.

Oliver