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  1. Posts : 134
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       #151

    I note with this Edge Update to 80.0.361.48.

    Favorites, my 'Favorite' gripe with Edge now has Yellow Coloured Folders (like Google Chrome), previously was the clear looking Folders.
    Would be great IF someone at MS or all the talented guys here in this great W10 Forum could actually make a more VISUAL difference, say how about the Folders be in Blue (EDGE BLUE) instead of Yellow.

    Would help a great deal IF users like me are using Both MS Edge and Google Chrome Browsers at the same time.

    Anyone know how to change Browser Folder Colour?
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  2. Posts : 69,999
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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       #152
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  3. Posts : 134
    Windows 10 Pro INSIDER
       #153

    "Collections" Added from latest Versions of builds...OK, interesting...I think.

    For me THE ISSUE all users who used Favorites or imported and or exported into new Dev/Canary Edge Browser in early stages (right up to final release as I see it as I stopped being a test monkey as Bookmarks were continually mucking up), with MS Servers Duplicating URL's across ALL devices Synced to EXACT SAME ACCOUNT... deleting them on some devices removed them but also then duplicated exact same URLs' (FAV's) on others, it was a mess.
    Seriously I thought this feature would be pretty easy to follow and duplicate, did anyone in MS use Googles Excellent Bookmark System across many devices?

    MS gave NO USERS the option to RESET Favs/Bookmarks on their Servers as normal 'Deletion of' did not always remove them, I tried countless times to work out exactly what they were doing and I don't believe they even knew then.
    Was then told by MS that they were completely re-building their cloud servers for Favs, etc, trouble is as I see it they migrated existing user profiles of these Favs over to the new system....so some data migrated and on others did not...how unreliable.
    Again ZERO option given to users to reset these file systems.

    Instead of 'Collections" how about getting EXTENSIONS Syncing across different Devices FIRST...?

    I really don't see "Collections" being anything special and just more fluff with crap nobody wants.
    Please no offence if I come across abrasive, I say what I think.
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  4. Posts : 7,254
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #154

    82.0.421.0 (Official build) canary released.
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  5. Posts : 10,929
    Win10 x64
       #155

    I got a bit to share about the emails I received saying they fixed the white flashes that were not fixed:
    Thank you for providing this! I dug into it and it looks like one work item was resolved in favor of another one. This means it was closed as a duplicate, and unfortunately you received an email that you shouldn't have. Seems like this is a bug on our end and I'm working with my team to fix this. To be clear, the feedback you submitted has NOT been resolved yet and we're still working on improving the white flash. Thanks for bringing this up, though! We might not have ever known there was an issue with our email system if you hadn't. :)
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  6. Posts : 267
    Win 11 Pro 64
       #156

    Warning of Not Secure


    I am using the Edge Chromium trial version and find it greatly improved over the legacy version. But I have run into a snag.

    As it now checks for valid SSL certificates on every website I visit, even my own websites now generate a warning that Not Secure. This is correct behavior for the Open Source Code being used. BUT, how many viewers of my completely innocuous website will black list it and never open it again?

    I can't see any simple way of getting round this that I can configure on my webpages. Maybe there is?

    Otherwise, to stop frightening visitors away, I will have to buy an official SSL certificate!

    Any ideas?

    Tony

    Two screenshots of the same web address but one Chromium version and one Legacy.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Latest Microsoft Edge released for Windows-fofyt-browser1.jpg   Latest Microsoft Edge released for Windows-fofyt-browser2.jpg  
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  7. Posts : 469
    Windows 10 Pro 20H2 x64
       #157

    Snugglebugs said:
    I am using the Edge Chromium trial version and find it greatly improved over the legacy version. But I have run into a snag.

    As it now checks for valid SSL certificates on every website I visit, even my own websites now generate a warning that Not Secure. This is correct behavior for the Open Source Code being used. BUT, how many viewers of my completely innocuous website will black list it and never open it again?

    I can't see any simple way of getting round this that I can configure on my webpages. Maybe there is?

    Otherwise, to stop frightening visitors away, I will have to buy an official SSL certificate!

    Any ideas?

    Tony

    Two screenshots of the same web address but one Chromium version and one Legacy.
    Have you checked the same in other browsers?
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  8. Posts : 69,999
    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations
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       #158

    swarfega said:
    82.0.421.0 (Official build) canary released.
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  9. Posts : 1,962
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #159

    Is there any option/trick to make the lay-out of the Favorites look more the way of IE11 ( not spread out over almost the whole screen , but one row in the right of the screen ) ???
    This is one of the main reasons Im still on Legacy Edge , which has a much better Favorites lay-out also........
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  10. Posts : 267
    Win 11 Pro 64
       #160

    RK1997 said:
    Have you checked the same in other browsers?
    Yes I tried several browsers and it is only the ones that are configured with Chromium.

    I have checked further and it turns out that the web hotel I use can provide valid SSL Certificates as part of their service as long as I make some administrative changes to my account with them.

    There is a list of hosting providers at the central organisation that provides the certificates. No charge as long as you use the service via your own provider.
    Web Hosting who support Let's Encrypt - Issuance Tech - Let's Encrypt Community Support

    I have tried one domain, and it was very easy in the end, and free!
    Tony
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