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EireStudio
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Chrome for day-to-day stuff. Firefox for development.

Yes, I think we are all the same :)

@Thomas, your blog link isn’t working on your author page. You need to add http:

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fredwu
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I returned to Firefox after Firefox 4 (beta/RC and now official) was released.

Chrome was good, but it was too restrictive – for instance, an addon dev has no control whatsoever to the tabs, so no tabs scrolling until the Chrome team decides to add it. :/

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campuscodi
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Firefox 3.6 all the time expect…..

anything involving Flash or online streams/TV, then I go Opera or Chrome….whichever my mouse clicks first :)))

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Stylius
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I changed Chrome for Firefox 4 yesterday and until now it looks pretty much the same.

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trendyWebStar
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I use Chrome, but also use FF sometimes,it got some cool plugins and what not… :)

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lastrose
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Chrome, I find the developer tools offer more what I’m looking for. and of course my blackberry browser.

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