And the reason is?
Posted Nov 30, 2012 23:17 UTC (Fri) by Max.Hyre
In reply to: holy cow
Parent article: Security implications for user interface changes?
In all this conversation I see nothing about why the tabs were/should be moved. (When the change took place, I poked around until I found the ``Tabs on top'' box, and unchecked it. I'd forgotten its existence until just now.)
What's the thinking behind putting the address bar (is that what they call the ``awsome'' bar?) between tabs and the content they control?
Also, what vast pot of code spaghetti is going to be drained by removing a binary switch?
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