Anyone Using Opera?
Love the tabs and speed dial. Since November, the data consumed went up by 10.5%. It is a minor example, but it’s just one of the weird options that’s off-putting to new users. More: opera Meet the author Craig Buckler Craig is a freelance UK web consultant who built his first page for IE2.0 in 1995.
Once the web got more capable of decentralizing you information, it became immediately obsolete and bloated. The fact remains that the vast majority of Firefox users never install an extension: the basic browser offers everything they need. IE is by default in windows (well until now, in Europe at least) and Safari in mac os. anyway, it doens't appear automatically in my text to speach engine. https://www.wildblueworld.com/forum/showthread.php?9511-Anyone-using-Opera
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Personally i think because Opera caches all the history of the tabs & when you go back or forwards it reloads the page from cache other browsers reload the page & Please correct the error and then click the Refresh button, or try again later. ----------------------------------------------------- Access is denied. Well, if you want a featureless basic browser and like the sport of hunting for weird extension to make it even remotely usable, why not stick to Firefox? The extensions and widgets for Opera are mostly useful; not much rubbish, though aren't that many.
Actually, I install a lot of games/programs and my computer is on 24/7 (I reboot once every week or two). Perhaps it would make sense for every browser on installation to start with a help page open to explain things. Why? http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/opera-browser-anyone-using-it.1601142/ All rights reserved.REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered trademarks of reddit inc.Advertise - technologyπRendered by PID 28185 on app-42 at 2017-02-01 17:43:08.628223+00:00 running 66c25d1 country code: GB.
I hope I haven't suggested that. That's easy -- it's much harder to come up with your own ideas. and so on... If you wish to be unblocked, you must agree that you will take immediate steps to rectify this issue.
FF is my "safe retarded" browser. https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=27581 I change my default browser to Opera and in case if any site don't accept it, I use IE 6 to surf it. I hope we stay as a small base forever, keeps innovation going and I dont want Opera to be like others, thats stupid to think all the browsers should be the There are several sites that require the use of bookmarklets to add content to them (Wists, Polyvore) and their bookmarklets just don't work in Opera.
A single button could link to a panel where the user could choose to enable mail, chat, torrents, Unite, etc. Branding is what helps differentiate those leaders from each other. It's much harder for a Opera user on Firefox or Chrome as you are left scratching your head, is an option buried in the menus or are you expected to go I installed Chrome last night & it had me scratching my head & struggling to do some simple things.
Opera's fight for web standards (or against Microsoft, depending on whom you're rooting for) has definitely damaged their reputation. Anyway no one forces you to have the personal bar open you can always add a couple of bookmarks to any of the other toolbars. Sure, you can open multiple instances of IE/NetFlake, but Netcaptor does it all in ONE application and just tabs away. My take is that there are more than enough users who appreciate the powerful features of Opera & are willing to spend a couple of hours getting to grips with it.
When I installed 10.5 the thing that I hated the most was that on Windows 7 it created a separate taskbar preview for every tab I had open, much like Internet Most of the criticism against Opera – mainly from the Firefox users' community – has been very vague, in my opinion. PS....I have nothing "formal" to do with Netcaptor....I'm just a VERY satisfied user of the application, and think more people could do more if they used it(or something like it).
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The functionality is hidden by default. After all, if what we want is a simple browser with a customization possibility, we already have firefox. I have only used it for viewing photography related sites. Geek is not an 18+ community so please label all NSFW/NSFL things accordingly.
Same thing. Nice double standards. It's sad, too, considering how capable and flexible it is. They couldn’t make it free until they had an alternative source of revenue." I don't know if they could have done it before or not and neither do you but that's
I honestly hope they never do, if it means becoming just a useless Firefox lookalike as you suggest. How much memory do you have? (SH)Saeed Reply With Quote 0 12-02-2001,04:03 PM #14 311 View Profile View Forum Posts View Forum Threads Visit Homepage Web Hosting Master Join It makes a lot of sense on a low-powered PC such as a netbook. I have it installed and use it regularly, but it’s never become my default browser.
Why? WinkyWolla @top Excuse me? I hope Opera does not start changing things that aren't broken just to look like other browsers. Where is this interface bloat you are referring to?
The "Widgets" menu in both menus shows the exact same thing.