> On Apr 15, 2016, at 9:35 AM, Nils Dagsson Moskopp > <n...@dieweltistgarnichtso.net> wrote: > > Clearly distinguishing between browser chrome and the current document > interface-wise can be helpful here. While it is incredibly easy to fool > people in general, browsers that automagically hide the address bar also > hide information about the state of the browser program. The browser > still has a state, but it forces the user to remember or deduce it.
Which browsers automagically hide the address bar? > I think a good thing would be to keep browser applications' interfaces > stable and not change things for the sake of change with every upgrade. I believe we are talking about changes that are needed to improve clarity and security. This is a straw man. I can’t think of any browser that changes things “for the sake of change with every upgrade”. — Darin