I've been an avid Vivaldian since 2015, but decided a few weeks ago to migrate to FF61. In most respects i am very happy with this decision, & have reversed my years-long prejudice against FF as having been slow, narrow, out-of-touch, boring. Though it's taken effort & time, i have found a suite of good Add-Ons to cover some of the native functionality i so like in Vivaldi, hence my workflow is now liking the new FF in a similar way to Vivaldi.
All that said, yesterday i received a major shock when i discovered, to my disbelief, that FF Devs have contracted the GNOME disease & removed one of the vital capabilities instrumental to me making that recent assessment of new-FF viability as my Vivaldi replacement... [Stable Update] 2018-08-31 - Kernels, Mesa, Qemu, Nvidia, Firefox, Python, Haskell The unspeakable idiots have chosen to remove the capability to load bookmarks in the sidebar, & other Manjaroos have helpfully pointed out to me that far from an accidental temporary oversight as i'd hoped, this act of insanity is their deliberate policy... [Stable Update] 2018-08-31 - Kernels, Mesa, Qemu, Nvidia, Firefox, Python, Haskell and [Stable Update] 2018-08-31 - Kernels, Mesa, Qemu, Nvidia, Firefox, Python, Haskell . This vital function allowed me to use FF in a way to mimic Vivaldi's excellent Web Panels native function... really valuable to my efficient workflow. The FF function was less sophisticated than Vivaldi's, but good enough to be practicable for me.
Now i find myself wondering... have i been stupid for trusting FF, & do i need to "unmigrate"?