Re: Galeon R.I.P?
Angus Auld wrote:
--- ZephyrQ <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Just played with Opera for a while. I was
impressed. Not afraid to
pay $ for it if it can hold up to everyday usage
(heck, considering how
much $ I **don't** pay for software, dropping a few
bucks here and there
for a program worth it feels good...).
Now I just have to make sure it handles .pdf stuff
Pay for it??? Opera doesn't ask for money
you wish to donate to their cause.
Considering how they have been pushing back against
BS, maybe we should all donate. ;)
I really like Opera, and inspite of some difficulties
having to do
with plugins, I haven't found a browser that I am as
with as theirs. The Wand feature is a real winner for
me, as well
as Speed Dial.
If you are adventureous, and want to try Opera beta
Opera 9.50 promises to be even better. :)
Like I said, I really like Opera.
Heh, been out of the 'latest-greatest' game for a while. I guess I
still thought Opera was a 'for pay' proposition. Imagine my surprise
when I didn't see any ads and/or a shareware notice come up while
playing with it.
I'm setting it up as my new browser now--a long term project as I have
decided that I won't import my bookmarks (8+ years of bookmarking has
left my bookmarks, well, bloated. I google everything now anyway...)
and will just transfer sites/passwords as necessary.
Dumb question, if I want a folder of bookmarks on my personal toolbar,
can I change the icon from a folder to something else? If so, how? I
couldn't find how to do it yet.