Currently, if the user doesn't want to show the site icon in a tab heading, then a local generic icon is displayed. If the user doesn't want site icons, why would they want the same meaningless icon shown in every tab ? This means that less of the title is shown if the user has several tabs loaded. And if the user has many tabs loaded, only the meaningless generic icon shows. So I suggest that if the user chooses to not show site icons, that no icon at all be shown in the tab headers.
This is a duplicate of bug 973415, but classified as an enhancement instead of a bug, just in case the powers that be decide it is not a bug. In my view it is a bug.
DUP of "Bug 973415 - With 'appearance/content display-icons-on-web-sites' deselected TAB only should show Title string without generic icon symbol" @reporter: If you have good arguments why this should be treated as a bug and not as en Enhancement Request please leave a comment in Bug 973415 and rise importance there. "In my view ..." is not a conclusive argument ;-)
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 2 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Duplicate of bug: 973415
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