There used to be a time, not so long ago, when we chose the browser which pleased us the most.
But now we choose the browser which offends us the least.
I don't expect closed-source developments to be democracies. But I do remember when Microsoft listened to the multitudes complaining about IE3, and Netscape decided that it should copy IE3 into Nescape 4. . . And we wound up with a brilliant IE4 which set the tone of browsers for a decade, while Netscape crashed and nearly burned...
Chromium isn't the only offender. Try Page Setup>A4 in Firefox. That one is over 10 years old, and affects every Gecko fork.
Oh well, I suppose Microsoft will sort out their IE troubles sooner or later, and we'll have a decent browser again.
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