Does this mean opera will actually work now?!? No more broken pages?
Honestly dunno wtf pages you visit, but the only pages I see break are those from web devs who don't f&$king check their code on different browsers.
Opera Software also announced that future versions of the browser will make the transition to the WebKit and Chromium engine, which is used for Google's Chrome browser and Apple's Safari program. Opera Software had previously been using its own Presto rendering engine for its browser.
The reason I use Opera, is because Chrome just constantly dies, and if it smells any flash plugins on a page, it runs away and breaks. I have never really had problems with Safari, but there-again, I have barely ever used it, and unlikely to because of my immense hatred for Apple (As a business).
As many of you know, I have always been nothing but positive about Opera, and would generally mock others (for fun) that don't use it...but now...I just don't know...Maybe it is time to finally knuckle under and work on my own rendering engine...not a simple task...but, there again...I know what I want, I know what I like, I know what I use, and I know I won't release it to the general public.