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written by Alex on Dec 16, 2010 10:44


I was testing her...
written by Cryoburner on Dec 16, 2010 17:20
Heh, what version are you running? I found 10.5x to be somewhat crash-prone, as they rushed it out for that European browser ballot, and it took them a number of releases to get it mostly stable again. I've been running the Opera 11 preview releases in recent months, and they've been a lot better in terms of stability.

Speaking of which, Opera 11 Final was released just today. New features include proper extension support, tab stacking, a redesigned address field, visual mouse gestures and more. A more thorough list of features can be found here.
Oh, they also borked the gesture detection while adding the visual feature. I guess one has to live with it for now. : |
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written by Alex on Dec 16, 2010 21:15
I still have 10.63.

What about the problems with the frespych frame?
Did they solve those?
written by Cryoburner on Dec 16, 2010 21:49
No, It looks like it's still not working. The messages get cut off when scrolling the frame to the right, either using the scroller button, or the keyboard arrows. You have to check the logs to view long messages. Also, you can scroll the cloud frames vertically using the scroll wheel or keyboard. Oh, and links in the top bar only cover the icons, not the text descriptions to their right. And the browser's 'forward' button/gesture doesn't work after hitting 'back' at this site, as it did before. Aside from that, Postline is working great with Opera 11. : P
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written by Alex on Dec 16, 2010 22:54
It'll be a pleasure to fix all that by letting the web rot as it loses itself into its labyrinth of nested divs, javascripts, JSON, XML tree traversing, CSS' black magic, gestures and back buttons.

I'm sorry, can't help with that feeling.
written by Kristos on Dec 18, 2010 01:48
Even just the standardized components of the web are overcomplicated. I think Alex should be appointed to develop a new internet. Introducting... AnyNoweb!
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written by Alex on Dec 18, 2010 12:14
Kristos said:
Even just the standardized components of the web are overcomplicated.
Wow!
Somone who agrees on that!

on the other hand I can guarantee my catch-all project may be insanely overcomplicated
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