Hi, I'm a Firefox user since version 2.
Recently I've tested Firefox 4 since beta 1, Firefox 5 beta, Aurora 6
and Nightly 7 and 8.
I'm a web developer and web designer, Firefox always was perfect for
was, and still being, faster than IE (suks), and new versions are much
stable and slightly faster than all other (good, not IE) browsers.
The job that this community made is incredable, and I enjoy to test
and give my feedback as a little contribution to this wonderful
I've always used FireBug to help developing sites and apps, and this
is the point.
The Google Chrome is also a nice browser, and recently I'm testing the
version 14 (Canary) of Chrome.
I noted that since the Firefox 4, it have a lot of native tools for
web development, like: "Web Console", "Inspect" or recently the
"Scratchpad". This is nice, and is what I need. But the Chrome, has
the same tools, all together in the same kit called "Developer tools",
and displayed as a "toolbar", just like FireBug.
I think the approach from the Chrome is more convenient, since is easy
to access all the tools at same time. My suggestion is to turn the
FireBug plugin into a native feature in new versions of Firefox.