Can't even change the default search engine... grrr. Done testing until next update.
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But if along with the render engine they stripped out a big swath of actual features, then it totally becomes a "what's the point" item.
So I have a bit of a mental memo to "check back in a year" and see what all or little became of their big new "we want to focus on the user" speech from back then. Apparently the first step to focusing on the user is ... removing features?!-TaoPhoenix (May 28, 2013, 10:50 PM)
Opera 15 preview released, Mail becomes separate productOne of the things that you may notice right away is that Opera decided to separate the Mail client M2 from the browser. If you have been using Opera Mail before, you need to download the separate product from the same website to continue using it.(see attachment in previous post)-erikts (May 28, 2013, 04:20 AM)
So how different is Opera 15 from Opera 12.15, the latest stable desktop version? You may not notice that many changes on first glance but there are many if you look deeper.
- The icons in the bottom bar including the zoom slider are not there anymore.
- You cannot open a small sidebar panel with often used icons anymore.
- The appearance menu is not available anymore. It seems that you cannot customize the look and feel of the browser anymore. This includes toolbars, icons and their position and visibility in the browser. No tabs on side.
- The browser settings are limited. Examples of removed preferences include selecting helper applications for selected programs, font selection, all tabs options and file type actions.
- The opera:config page is no longer available.
- Chromium developer tools are now used. Bye bye Dragonfly.
- Opera Notes is not available.
- Custom shortcuts and many mouse gestures missing.
- Bookmarks not available yet.
- No RSS.
- Opera Extensions are not supported.
You natural moderation folks puzzle me so...-Edvard (May 26, 2013, 08:41 PM)
I'm not a huge fan of evernote anymore, but it still is a good program.-superboyac (May 24, 2013, 04:08 PM)
There's a lot of good in Notefrog. But on a completely shallow personal level, the interfaces leave me taken aback with shock as a user and a developer.
Completely shallow, I know... but as someone who loves designing the UX, it's something I have a hard time getting past.-wraith808 (May 22, 2013, 04:49 PM)
My son and I have been itching to play this since they stopped terraria development-allen (April 14, 2013, 07:46 PM)
Maybe you can arrange another 4-pack in this thread.
And did you know that Redigit has been working on an update for Terraria? I think it's expected to release in June.-Deozaan (April 14, 2013, 08:43 PM)
I vowed never to try Chrome when I read that it couldn't be uninstalled w/o screwing up Windows.-longrun (March 26, 2013, 07:40 PM)
Uninstalled and re-installed numerous times, no issues to report on XP, Vista, 7 or 8...-Josh (March 27, 2013, 04:34 PM)
Speaking of online purchasing, why not just order his Surface online like a sane person and not have to deal with traveling 30 minutes or an hour to go to a brick & mortar Microsoft store?-Deozaan (March 05, 2013, 11:36 AM)
Will Opera magically improve Webkit and allow everyone else to reap the benefits ?
Somehow I really doubt it. IMO webkit was just an excuse to dump the Presto team.-SKA (February 20, 2013, 06:32 AM)