Herself: Downloaded new copies of Firefox and Chrome after a millennium of avoiding MS Exploder. With massive help from G, of course. Got my bookmarks moved too. Using Chrome today. This morning I couldn’t get the Firefox to work. Now taking antibiotics for the leg. Napped again. Ate cookie, oh, guilt.
Reading: Working on a new Bill Crider.
Balance: Watching Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone as the movie of the week last night. It was flat out delightful and much lighter than my memory remembered.
Each browser sees the cyber world in its own way, and each browser is arranged on the screen to suit the designer. I can usually adapt tho it may take a little work.
The newest Firefox gives me almost two full inches at the top of my monitor with nothing in it. Air. Muddled air, actually because it’s transparent and shows the image on my monitor. For those of us who need every inch of space, those two empty inches are an anathema. Nothing has changed on the OD pages with either browser. In Postcards, It took me forever to find where to post new entries, and the banner photo on my Blogger site Postcards shows up much smaller than the space allowed. I spent hours playing with banner images to make them fit in the newest Firefox banner space, and they are still not quite right. Now here I am trying out Chrome.
Am I having fun? Not yet. Eventually I will figure it all out. In the mean time, Chrome takes only one inch of space with its tabs and tool bars at the top of my screen. If I switch to Chrome, I will have to, once again, remeasure all my image banners for Postcards.
Life may boil down to vision vs. laziness.