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Firefox is the only application that I hear there is a new version of and think "damn it, not again...". You had me worried for a second, but it hasn't tried to update yet so it's all good for now. (And I'm seriously considering downgrading to 14 and staying there, I hate 15's search and URL bars not clearing the placeholder text when I click them...)
If you have 15, clear your search bar so the placeholder text (e.g. "Google") appears, click away, then click it again. The "Google" stays, you can't select it of delete it, but the most annoying part (to me) is that it makes it difficult to tell if you managed to actually click the box or not, the disappearing text was a great indicator. And this is apparently and intended feature, which makes me wonder what the person writing the requirements was smoking
EDIT: Looks like there's a fix for it now, found here[^] for anyone interested. Doesn't conflict with my installed theme either. An interesting note: I found it on a bug report, a lot of users have submitted this behavior as a bug.
CSS3 Animations, Transitions, Transforms and Gradients
I don't know about CSS but, I am using jQyery animations in my web application, and Firefox 15 can't handle them properly (they are like 3-5 fps), IE9 does good job when there are less elements to render, Chrome does the best job no matter how many, it just renders them fine.
And that random pause (cant even move the mouse) every now an then with FF15 is just crazy. since v9.0 they are going downhill (I had to actually figured it out that version, because the only version came to my mind before v15 was v4.5 ).
It is on my PC just for cross browser testing. otherwise I dont want it.