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Opera Browser V10.0: a (not so) quick evaluation — 5 Comments

  1. Hi
    I’ve been using opera longer then a year, I noticed you said you can not set opera as your default browser, but I’ve set it as my default in the past. I love opera , but there are certain things it just doesn’t have. I like the social network features on flock, even though it can be a real pain at times. I could not get the google widget to work on opera so I can use the google bookmarks. I’ve yet to figure out how to transfer google bookmarks to opera. Opera is great for loading pages faster.

  2. You said “This means when I right-click, then select “open in a new tab”, then I don’t want that new tab to “activate”, so that I can go and right-click on a few more links… but Opera (and many other browsers) like to make the new tab active… so then I need to go back to the previous tab, and then click on other links… time consuming, and I don’t like it.”

    Try using open in background tab and it’ll open the other tab, but won’t take you to that page. I found it out by mistake.

  3. I’ve been using Opera for years now, and it’s still my default for most things. Ironically for reading blogs and EC dropping etc, I use FF as bloggers seem to use FF plugins and stuff more frequently.

    I also agree, pages sometimes don’t work with Opera, which makes me mad. People should code their websites in decent W3 html!!

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