99.9% chrome. 0.09% firefox. 0.01% internet explorer when I need to download chrome on fresh installed windows
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Chrome, I use the other browsers only when I test a website
RubenBristian saidSame here. Also, don’t say Firebug Lite
Crakken saidGive me a good alternative for FireBug and i’m switching today. Don’t even mention Chrome built in dev tools, because they don’t even come close to FireBug
There are always alternatives.
Guys, an alternative doesn’t have to be the perfect clone of the original. Chrome built-in dev tool is a great alternative to Firebug. It’s simply harder. That’s it. Everything I can do with Firebug, I can do it with the Chrome built-in dev tool, I just want to be faster, that’s why I use Firebug.
EDIT : Firebug lite is a shame…
s4nji saidhttps://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/themes?hl=en You won’t find one that can look like Firefox (why would you? That’s what makes Chrome Original) but you can find a theme that matches you.
Firefox for its add-ons.
Even though I can install most of them on Google Chrome, I just somehow dislike Google Chrome’s GUI .
Is there any Google Chrome add-on to make its UI pretty much the same to Firefox’s?
Fire fox all the way! because it like it’s icon! _
Firefox for all my Development work and Chrome for viewing website. As it is lighter then other browsers..