Find a website that does not work in one browser, but works in another?
This often e.g. applies to sites, which are said to be incompatible in #Firefox or so, even though they work fine if you spoof your user agent.
Also if you use #Firefox you can type about:compat into your URL bar to see what workarounds (like spoofing the user agent) are currently employed to make websites work…
@rugk I use a diversity of broswers, none that are Firefox or Chrome, and they eventually get errors such as "you need to use a Modern Browser to open this".
I'll see if Libre Wolf gets fixed by the workarounds, but Falkon prob won't be.
@olamundo well the last ones you mentioned are Firefox forks AFAIK so they should best be recognised as Firefox and then it should work. If they are up-to-date at least. If not, then websites obviously may break so fast as the web is moving.
@rugk I'm talking about the time when Opera used Presto engine and had to do things like that, captain.
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