On the quick launch page: the number of quick access websites was cut in half (from 8 to 4), and the remaining 4 slots were replaced by unremovable ads. Is this how it is supposed to work? Any ways to remove the advertised websites?
@Shane : Please remove the obnoxious adds aka “sponsored links” or make them optional ASAP !
Are you obliged to replicate that terrible “feature” under your whatever agreements with Google/Chromium?
I would also wish you made the icons on the New-tab bigger again,and freely movable (like they used to be in antique versions of Chrome) - oh and PLEASE remove/zap/nuke the useless fake omnibar on that new-tab template (or make it an option to suppress the thing, that nobody in their right mind uses anyway).
Ideally, leave the miniature “most used” links ONLY and increase their number from 8 to, maybe, 12 or 16 pages…
If Google/Chromium does NOT allow such customisations, please do tell us here !
Comodo is not a social institution and we do not pay dollars for comodo’s really good services (I have had no problems with viruses, worms, fishing etc. pp., so long) Why don’t you use another search engine?
I find this remark quite presumptuous.
Why have the capabilities of “chrome://net-internals/#dns” been diminished / disabled.
Previously I could select DNS from the Left panel and see all active " DNS Processes" this was very valuble to me
Now all I see is > Host Resolver Cache. With ZERO additional information
Also all other L.H. Panel selections are GREATLY diminished
Would it be possible for you guys to restore /renable the previous viewing capabilities or is that out of your control?
Could I go back to the “Old Way” if I installed a previous version of Dragon?
Also want to comment that the sponsored quick links need to go. Yes you can “customize” them in the next release just forcing us to have them until then. It’s a free browser, there are other free browsers I’ll choose to use one that doesn’t shove ads in my face until then. Thanks.
Thank you to you all for using Comodo Dragon, the Yahoo Search and the sponsored links. Using these helps keep Comodo Dragon project free. In fact, we encourage you to use them so we can keep Comodo Dragon updated as fast as we do and to keep it always free.
If you don’t want to use the Yahoo search or sponsored links the browser is fully configurable, simply change your startup page to the page or search engine of your choice.
A special thank you to you all that use the Yahoo search and the sponsored links. :-TU
This solution doesn’t “work” for me, unfortunately. Or I don’t know how to get what I need, and this is: “Bookmarks” panel only on my startup page. If I use any other page but the standard one, it’s either no Bookmarks panel at all, or that panel is on every tab. Is there something I can do?
I know Comodo is free. If there was an option of an ad-free version I’d consider buying it.
The bookmarks panel is inherited from Chrome, and it behaves the same way. Chrome also have the bookmarks panel on every tab, when enabled. You can enable/disable it very easy with “Ctrl+shift+b” and use it only when necessary.
Comodo always had limited sponsor deals which usually did not fly too well with the advanced users here. But Comodo always provided an opt out, sometimes it needed protest from the community, but Comodo does listen.