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How about fix your fucking web site.
You're using the web browser wrong.
I don't think this is a legitimate complaint for SoylentNews, but I do believe it is legitimate for other sites.
For example, GitHub and others like them. I prefer to run an older version of FireFox with all my favorite plugins installed, then one day, I went to GitHub and got a nag to upgrade and -- worst of all -- the "download repo" button didn't work. At all.
Now, I can understand more subtle functionality on more complicated structures and components being borked, but having that one simple button do fucking nothing (and other sites that try to flat-out disable all of the website) is just willful malice. Of course, this is Github we're talking about, so their staff are a bunch of fat pink-haired Jews, and Jews of course are annoying for the sake of being annoying. Fortunately, user-agent switchers are a thing.
" B-but muh Git command line! "
When doing research in real time looking for code to s̶t̶e̶a̶l̶ be inspired by, clicking the damn button in the browser is really the quickest way. I just might be pushed into the latest version of Firefox as soon as suitable substitutes for the plugins I like are available and stable -- and no, not just ad and script-blocking shit.
Stupid version checks like this are what drove me to move to PaleMoon and disable sending user agent info.
Even people who find penises attractive aren't going to be amused at your dripping, diseased, dangling bit of flesh. And, there's probably not enough antibiotic in the world to fix that thing. Just cover it up, and keep it secret, alright?