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What's Opera? I've never heard of that one.

Opera

Looks kind of neat. I'll keep it in mind but for now IE6 hasn't done me wrong.

You better pray no web programmers hear that.

Oh. Wait...

*glares and grabs pitch fork*

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And personally I couldn't survive without tabbed browsing. :(

I hate tabbed browsing. I find it easier to stay organized with a seperate window for each page.

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I hate tabbed browsing. I find it easier to stay organized with a seperate window for each page.

Although I guess tabbed browsing is mainly useful when you tend to do other things while browsing the web.

One thing I love about firefox is the ability to drag a webpage onto a bookmarks toolbar.

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I hate tabbed browsing. I find it easier to stay organized with a seperate window for each page.

Although I guess tabbed browsing is mainly useful when you tend to do other things while browsing the web.

One thing I love about firefox is the ability to drag a webpage onto a bookmarks toolbar.

If you like click and drag you should try Opera. You can drag links into new tabs, as well as images, click and drag tabs around, click and drag tabs, click and drag menues, and pretty much anything else you want to click and drag.

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I hate tabbed browsing. I find it easier to stay organized with a seperate window for each page.

Although I guess tabbed browsing is mainly useful when you tend to do other things while browsing the web.

One thing I love about firefox is the ability to drag a webpage onto a bookmarks toolbar.

That kind of ability doesn't really appeal to me because I tend to navigate with the keyboard a lot more than the mouse. Stupid mouse. Pain in the butt is what it is.

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If you like click and drag you should try Opera. You can drag links into new tabs, as well as images, click and drag tabs around, click and drag tabs, click and drag menues, and pretty much anything else you want to click and drag.

I have used opera before now and I don't really like the interface.

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Rant: I am bored.

Why not do some more experimenting with pdn. Learn to make plugins, make a custom brush, write a tutorial, find a competition to enter, ect.

Good Idea.

Thanks. :D

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I hate tabbed browsing. I find it easier to stay organized with a seperate window for each page.

Although I guess tabbed browsing is mainly useful when you tend to do other things while browsing the web.

One thing I love about firefox is the ability to drag a webpage onto a bookmarks toolbar.

That kind of ability doesn't really appeal to me because I tend to navigate with the keyboard a lot more than the mouse. Stupid mouse. Pain in the butt is what it is.

I hate repetitiveness, but Opera is also the most powerful shortcut enabled web browser. Easy to rememeber shortcuts, voice command, and all makes Opera extremely easy to use with or without a mouse.

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I hate repetitiveness, but Opera is also the most powerful shortcut enabled web browser. Easy to rememeber shortcuts, voice command, and all makes Opera extremely easy to use with or without a mouse.

It also seems as though Opera is designed to be used on a low screen resolution - which is annoying on a higher one.

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I hate repetitiveness, but Opera is also the most powerful shortcut enabled web browser. Easy to rememeber shortcuts, voice command, and all makes Opera extremely easy to use with or without a mouse.

It also seems as though Opera is designed to be used on a low screen resolution - which is annoying on a higher one.

:?: It looks great on my high def, high screen res monitor. Just look:

ProveSabrownWrong.png

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I hate repetitiveness, but Opera is also the most powerful shortcut enabled web browser. Easy to rememeber shortcuts, voice command, and all makes Opera extremely easy to use with or without a mouse.

It also seems as though Opera is designed to be used on a low screen resolution - which is annoying on a higher one.

:?: It looks great on my high def, high screen res monitor. Just look:

ProveSabrownWrong.png

Well that was the last time I tried it - ages ago. Anyway, I didn't know Opera supported themes.

Edit: And you are using subsilver2?

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I think you would be surprised in Opera if you havent used it since before themes :wink:

Does it support extensions now?

Widgets only, although there are scripts you can run that act like extensions.

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Widgets only, although there are scripts you can run that act like extensions.

I know about those - I still fail to see the point. Pieces of HTML code floating around the desktop that do nothing to aid browsing that only appear when the web-browser is running.

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I hate repetitiveness, but Opera is also the most powerful shortcut enabled web browser. Easy to rememeber shortcuts, voice command, and all makes Opera extremely easy to use with or without a mouse.

It also seems as though Opera is designed to be used on a low screen resolution - which is annoying on a higher one.

:?: It looks great on my high def, high screen res monitor. Just look:

ProveSabrownWrong.png

Haha. "ProveSabrownWrong.png" Anyways that's the same skin I use! :)

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