Post by Charlie Gibbs
Have you tried Seamonkey? It preserves the classic browser interface.
I left Firefox at release 29. I _hate_ hamburger menus.
Since my last upgrade -- tedious and painful in part due to my
ignorance -- a year ago I've been using Seamonkey 2.40.
Big win is that I can turn images, js and cookies on & off from
popdown menus and can enlarge fonts from the keyboard.
OTOH, it totally garbles some sites' CSS, usually satisfactorily
resolved with View->Style->None menu option. On the rare occasions
when I venture to enable js, it sometimes apparently chokes or
shingles off onto the fog. One on single site where I depend on js,
it works as expected.
An option I would like is one that was automatic in Netscape 4 where,
when images were disabled, every <IMG... tag was represented by a
placeholder icon. Clicking that icon cause just that one image to be
fetched and rendered. That meant that I never saw banners, ads,
gratuitous photos of Donald Trump, cute dingbats, logos etc. but could
selectively retrieve the diagram showing how to reinstall the inner
spurving bearing pingfukkit thrust pin on my turboencabulator.
Such image icons appear infrequently and unpredictably with Seamonkey,
possibly due to new HTML syntax referencing images or perhaps POTM.
Mike Spencer Nova Scotia, Canada