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+ - Firefox to replace menus with Office Ribbon -> 2

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Barence
Barence writes "Mozilla has announced that its plans to bring Office 2007's Ribbon interface to Firefox, as it looks to tidy up its "dated" browser. "Starting with Vista, and continuing with Windows 7, the menu bar is going away," notes Mozilla in its plans for revamping the Firefox user interface. "[It will] be replaced with things like the Windows Explorer contextual strip, or the Office Ribbon, [which is] now in Paint and WordPad, too." The change will also bring Windows' Aero Glass effects to the browser."
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Firefox to replace menus with Office Ribbon

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  • I didn't like this change in Office, i doubt i will like it with Firefox.
    Hope the linux version won't have this shit mandatory.

  • IE 8 has OK implementation of ribbons - i.e. it still menus if you press ALT. As long as they use less space than now I'll be happy as I want the page not the browser while I'm browsing.

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