My only beef with Chrome is the lack of application-specific proxying.
With FireFox, I can set the proxy to be different than the system
one. With chrome, I can't. Sure, foxyproxy exists for Chrome, but it
switches the bloody system proxy on demand (imagine what else that may
Otherwise, I use chrome for 99.95% of my activity. And the other 3
browsers that I use are only for browser-specific bugs that come up...
On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 4:40 PM, Mark Armendariz <lists@...> wrote:
>>> I recently found my nirvana in Chrome, clean and fast.
>> It's fast, but apparently because it caches everything. It's also way too
>> big-brother for me.
> I've been defaulting to Chromium for a while, with the occasional switch to
> Firefox / Firebug (I work on Ubuntu)
> I think it's either ctrl+refresh or shift+refresh to skip the cache on
> Chromium. I'm not exactly sure, because it's one of those muscle memory
> I tend to prefer chromium for most testing (except video links which tends
> to give an "oh shnap").
> The main thing i miss is firebug's inline request drill-down. In Chromium,
> you can have your XHR requests listed, but when you click them it opens the
> networking tab, and another click or two to actually see the raw headers and
> results. Firebug's inline version is SO much more useful, especially since
> it's embedded within the rest of your console debugging context.
> There's also a "disable cache" setting in Chromium that may help with what
> you're having problems with. I haven't tried it yet - mostly due to my
> ctrl+refresh habit.
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