When error screens generate loyalty


Instead of hiding web problems, or looking for pure resolution (ie send report or ignore?), it is nice when you get error messages that are, well, human. This made me grin, and like Firefox just a little bit more (almost forgetting that it just crashed!).

I like to imagine that some developer decided to write this on a whim. Well, it’s appreciated. More please (the human thing, not the crashing).

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Attention deficit

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