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I’ve been playing a bit with the various web browsers out there, and one thing that’s always struck me is the placement of the close tab buttons. On a Mac, I think they should be on the left. Opera puts Mac OS consistency over cross platform consistency, and that’s something I like. There seems to be no easy way to get this done in Chrome. But if you’re using Firefox and the button placement bugs you as much as it does me, this little customization trick should help. And since it replaces the favicon with the close button tab upon hover, it also seems like a more elegant solution to me. Bram.us » Positioning Firefox’ Tab Close Buttons on the left

I’ve been playing a bit with the various web browsers out there, and one thing that’s always struck me is the placement of the close tab buttons. On a Mac, I think they should be on the left.

Opera puts Mac OS consistency over cross platform consistency, and that’s something I like. There seems to be no easy way to get this done in Chrome. But if you’re using Firefox and the button placement bugs you as much as it does me, this little customization trick should help. And since it replaces the favicon with the close button tab upon hover, it also seems like a more elegant solution to me.

Bram.us » Positioning Firefox’ Tab Close Buttons on the left