Even though the final version of Firefox 10 is expected sometime in early 2012 and we are yet to see the Firefox 8 Final release, Mozilla has already cooking 10a1 nightly builds for you to play with.
The latest Firefox 10 pre-alpha nightly build has changed the “Forward” button behavior. As seen in the screenshot above, instead of displaying the mentioned button all the time, which is not that often used anyway, Mozilla’s web browser will automatically hide it, in case it’s unclickable (aka there is nowhere to go but backwards).
While it sounds good on paper, it makes us wonder, how will users react to the constantly changing UI?
What are your thoughts behind this?
Picture Source: MozillaLinks
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