From: Ann Barcomb Date: 23:54 on 18 May 2004 Subject: a minor Mozilla hate Why, oh why, when I open preferences, can it not remember what I last wanted to alter? I never look at 'Navigator' but it's always expanded. 90% of the time I'm after 'Advanced/Scripts and Plugins', but it is always shown collapsed, despite the fact that I always leave it open as a hint. Yes, it's only two more mouse-clicks, or maybe three if I want to collapse the first one, but it's just plain dumb to think that you know what the user wants to modify, not on the basis of her previous actions, but on the basis of 'knowing what people want'. I need a preference for the preferences... That is just wrong.
From: Thomas R. Sibley Date: 02:48 on 19 May 2004 Subject: Re: a minor Mozilla hate Ann Barcomb wrote on 05/18/04 18:54: > Why, oh why, when I open preferences, can it not remember what I last > wanted to alter? I had the same hate when I used Moz, but now I'm using Firefox which remembers correctly. Sweet, sweet love. T.
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