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So supporting configurable options takes resources away from implementing useful features. I'd rather we had more useful features, and more bugs fixed, than silly options for fussy people to rearrange where their tabs are in their browser.



> silly options for fussy people

That's just your opinion—which I guess the Firefox devs and most users don't share.


> So supporting configurable options takes resources away from implementing useful features.

Customizability is a very useful feature for many people.




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