> Comment #56894
The response to this change is a great case study into the effects of allowing unintended behavior in application to become the mainstay. I have never used it as a! or amazon!, but have always used it as !a or !amazon, so this has never affected me. I didn't even know this happened. That being said, if so many are using this as the typical way in which they work, to completely abandon them and leave them without a toggle to keep the "legacy" behavior seems a bit short sighted.
I hope those who learned this backwards practice can still continue their daily workflow uninterrupted, god knows every time i switch to chrome and forget it's stuck on google it drives me nuts...
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3 years and 2 months ago
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