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drhowarddrfine



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Called "done" but "a work in progress". I won't have time to try it today but Chrome came out of beta a month early and is now version 1.0. Possibly missing some features we want it to have but those features will be added on as the weeks and months go by.
Post 12 Dec 2008, 13:58
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i really wonder why opera couldn't hold at least 50% of the browser market... it really ponders me a lot. such a nice awesome browser.
Post 12 Dec 2008, 17:07
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ManOfSteel



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Yes, Opera is quite good for almost everything and even better than others (like quickly disabling images and JavaScript).
ALMOST everything, except for saving files!

I hated when they switched to an InternetExplorer-like "save file with images" where all files are saved in a sub-directory called "<HTMLfilename>_files".

Besides, it truncates file names to a 8.3 format. If I save this page, "post.gif" will become "post0000.gif" and "vb_bullet.gif" will become "vb_bulle.gif".
Sometimes it even misses some files and I get tons of errors when I later open the page from disk.

Also, try to save a file with a "." at the end. It simply won't save.

All those bugs didn't exist in older versions.

Actually I now prefer to use InternetExplorer for saving pages. At least it saves all files with their original names.
Post 12 Dec 2008, 17:39
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I really loved opera ago, but now i feel it gets worse with every version... I am afraid I will have to move to FF soon :/

(chrome has terrible download manager, unusable for me. I hope that at least for FF, there is some download manager plugin that is bit like good-old opera download manager)
Post 12 Dec 2008, 19:59
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