i'm sorry for being an Android downer but i just have to complain about this.
i spend all week checking out all the browsers i could find (besides buying the payed ones),
and it just feels like a mess of miss-hits all over the place.
each browser can do stuff the others can't,
when i find a browser with ad-block, it lacks other important functions.
I have several users reporting that the app can't get an internet connection, but they swear that they didn't enable any data restrictions for the app. This is only happening on Android 4.2.2, and I've had the users verify that they do have internet access on their phones, and they can manually connect to the URL in the browser.
I use both Firefox and Ubuntu web browsers. Firefox is fine but I go straight to BBC Homepage by choice and I like to keep the Ubuntu browser for general use. However, the Ubuntu browser does not have a back button which restricts its usefulness. Is this how it is meant to be or can it be changed to get a back button. My OS is Ubuntu 14.04.
I am having a peculiar issue with MediaWiki on both Windows Server 2008 R2 and 2012 R2 where I have configured version 1.23.4 of MediaWiki and PHP 5.6 nts under FastCGI and for some reason if I navigate to the website it will typically render the page with full CSS as you would expect but as soon as you hit the browser refresh icon it returns just a plain HTML page.
Got the new but now overplayed "flat" update for Chrome pushed to my phone. I can live with it although forum rendering is horrible. But the worst thing is that they took the refresh button off the address bar and put it under a menu. Now to refresh a page you have to scroll on a page to get the address bar to show up, the tap the very small menu, then click refresh. Lame.