on https://www.mozilla.org/firefox/all/ 32 & 64 bit versions are at the same level. As 32-bit versions are the past, we should maybe: * state that the 64-bit is recommended * remove the 32-bit direct download link * ...
Kohei, would you have an idea?
As briefly discussed on IRC, * Highlight the visitor's platform column * Blur other columns Plus, * Highlight the visitor's preferred language row(s) * Blur other rows * Fix the table header This will look like this: https://bedrock-demo-firefox-all.us-west.moz.works/en-US/firefox/all/ (still needs styling for narrower layouts and testing though)
Assignee: nobody → kohei.yoshino
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
(In reply to Kohei Yoshino [:kohei] from comment #2) > As briefly discussed on IRC, > > * Highlight the visitor's platform column > * Blur other columns > > Plus, > > * Highlight the visitor's preferred language row(s) > * Blur other rows > * Fix the table header > > This will look like this: > > https://bedrock-demo-firefox-all.us-west.moz.works/en-US/firefox/all/ > > (still needs styling for narrower layouts and testing though) LGTM :)
I am getting 32 bit highlighted https://screenshots.firefox.com/nMKMQojaIo0IuLpy/bedrock-demo-firefox-all.us-west.moz.works (from a 64 bit system). is that expected? Also, what will happen if I am a Firefox 32-bit user on a 64-bit system? In that case, we don't want to highlight 32 but 64 instead. tbh, I am not convinced this is going far enough to tell to the user that 32-bit isn't recommended anymore.
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