Doesn't affect me personally, simply because I'm a Chrome man, through and through; I package the 64-bit versions of Chrome and SlimJet for the Puppy Forum. That keeps me busy! I can count the number of times I've opened FireFox this year on the fingers of one hand. It's a last-gasp 'back-up' browser for me.....
However, since FF46, the Puppy Forums have been buzzing with the various new stuff Mozilla have deployed, including the right-click context menu, and especially the GTK3 stuff; most Pups are built to use GTK2. Some of the Forum regulars have gone as far as re-compiling FF to suit their particular distros & kernels; remember, Puppy doesn't get regular kernel upgrades every couple of weeks, in the same way that most of the 'buntu-based distros do, plus many of the others. Puppy kernels don't tend to get upgraded unless there's a perceived improvement to be had; 'if it ain't broke...'
TBH, if Mozilla have distributed buggy source code, there's not much any of us can do to fix it. The FF's I run all tend to be recent ESR long-term support versions; 45.02 ESR is still compiled with GTK2, and works nicely for me......on the very rare occasions I use it!
Edited by Mike_Walsh, 12 August 2016 - 12:16 PM.
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