Of course, it won't be me, because I realize that they're actually all working crazily to try and get this massive pile of security policies applied before the end-of-the-month deadline, and now that I know what's going on, I'll be undoing my workarounds, and I don't want to add to their stress.
But I did want to gripe about it.
I'm trying out firefox to see if it's a good replacement for mozilla, since I don't want my browser to read email or news anyway. It has the flavor of chrome that I require (skypilot), which is good. It imported all my mozilla settings seamlessly, which is better. It's pretty good. I have to see if it can be made to open a new window instead of a new tab when I middle-click, because that's what I'm used to. And it doesn't seem to sort the URLs in the bar when you do the drop-down for something you typed in recently, and I don't know if we can be having that. But it does do the pretty anti-aliased fonts, which makes me v. happy. So we'll see.