September 29, 2009, 9:43 am
Mozilla today denied that it will "ribbonize" upcoming Windows versions of Firefox, saying that its plans to eliminate the traditional menu bar will result in something much less complicated than Microsoft's often-derided user interface.
"There's a key difference between what we would like to do and a 'ribbon,'" said Alex Faaborg, from the Mozilla interface design team. "Firefox will have a normal toolbar with two 'menu' tabs. We don't have thousands of commands like Microsoft Word, we have tens of commands..."