Browsers don't need to update themselves if you use a package manager that can automatically install updates. I have a cron job to update my entire system once every 4 hours for example. But Firefox is open source anyway and doesn't have any issues with modern websites as far as I'm concerned. It works better than Chrome/Chromium with YouTube even, surprisingly so.
With smaller browsers, I suspect part of it is NIH syndrome.
Depends. Which website are you talking about?
Things don't work sometimes because browsers lack functionality.
.webp files people upload will never work on Apple devices for example, or certain functions won't work on IE.
Up to the site to develop work arounds if they think not supporting those devices
Fuck seamonkey for not supporting regex flags and fuck your idealism
There's no reason why the browser can't have support for modern regex parsing. The browser gets updated regularly. I even took away my negative lookbehinds for palemoon. I'm not going any further back than Firefox 68SyntaxError: invalid regular expression flag s[Learn More] ui-bundle(3.11.0).js:2:505126
I am PISSED
actually thinking about it a bit more there's probably a library for regex parsing that I can add into the dependencies that might support these Firefox 1982 editions
>>74540>I'm not going any further back than Firefox 68
Doesn't work on 72. Original does, but nothing to suggest the existence of original. (Although the little blurb does appear upon disabling JS).>actually thinking about it a bit more there's probably a library for regex parsing that I can add into the dependencies that might support these Firefox 1982 editions
Now that would be fantastic.
I'll see if there's a dependancy. Also the site will give an actual message to use the other UI if it fails on startup in that stage