User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:51.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/51.0 Build ID: 20170125094131 Steps to reproduce: Newer versions of Firefox (51, at least) have location bar elements jumbled around seemingly at random compared to previous versions. Even though the internet has never had a majority of websites with decently chosen titles, the newer location bar puts these usually useless titles first, before the URI, forcing one's eyes to track over each and every one of varying length before finding the actually half useful string: the URI. In previous versions the title and address would both be presented left-aligned, allowing each to be read from the very left. This was fine. Also acceptable would be URI first, then almost certainly useless HTML title after. Even better would be if they were somehow aligned so every single second string wasn't at a different position [so each can be read from the same left alignment, as in a table]. But even better than all that would be the way it used to be, one on top of the other. I suggest at the /very least/ a preference is added to swap the placement of the two, as it is simply a mess as is. People having to track their eyes along a meandering vertical line far from the left side of anything is not helping anyone.
10 months ago