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34966530 No.34966530 [Reply] [Original] [archived.moe] [rbt]

So how about that Opera: Chrome Version?

>> No.34968601

opera isn't dead yet?

>my sides

>> No.34968903

No custom search engines yet.


>> No.34968958

no custom anything yet

>go to gelbooru
>press tab
>it highlights the first link instead of the search box

God dammit, they better fix this

>> No.34969026


Default Chromium behaviour I think.

>> No.34969055

i'm gonna puke.

>> No.34969090

My worry is that they won't change a lot of the little things when the little things are the reason I even use Opera in the first place. I'm worried this will just end up as "Slightly less shit Chromium fork"

>> No.34969158

That's how business works these days...

>People are using Chrome
>Must switch from Presto to Blink (Chrome 15+ engine)
>Fuck all longtime Opera users

>> No.34969178


>> No.34969226


That'll do.

>> No.34969239

>"we're switching the rendering engine"
>entire UI is changed

>> No.34969249
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In Chromium you just type gel or something and it auto-completes to gelbooru.com and if you press TAB you can search before entering the site on the address bar.

>> No.34969273

If they remove tab stacking I'm all for it.

>> No.34969274

Yeah, but, to be honest, I think that the new Opera UI is SO MUCH BETTER than Chrome's.

Fuck rounded corners.

>> No.34969281

import from opera 12.
i have all of mine

>> No.34969300

press F8

>> No.34969331

I think you misunderstood me

>> No.34969402
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Opera 15 finally got bookmarks
as an extension

>> No.34969414

it's not feature complete yet, but when it is i'll switch back. using ff currently because of all the nsa stuff, but wow do i miss opera. everything about it is designed so well compared to the other major browsers. opera has a damn good track record and I think we'll get back what we once had, but it's a going to be a long road.

>> No.34969452

>Actually entering the main page instead of searching directly from your address bar.

Keep using that shit.

>> No.34969463

yeah, nah.

I wouldn't mind the speed dial bookmarks thing if they just added a few more features for convenience like sorting, tagging, and a quick pulldown menu that can be accessed from the address toolbar.

>> No.34969479

>sending "loli rape anal" to google

>> No.34969522



Classic bookmarks system are too much, I just need this Stash feature with a tag & search function.

That's why I'm using a custom html homepage with all my bookmarks...

>> No.34969546

what exactly would that do?

>> No.34969605


Add a way to find bookmarks much quicker.

>> No.34969609

I just prefer them over folder hierarchies.

It's easier to just tag a bookmark as tag1, tag2, tag3 then put it into the folder folder1/folder2/folder3/.

>> No.34969709

I still have no idea what you are talking about

so you have five bookmars in stash
five 4chan boards, what exactly are you tagging about them

>> No.34969762

You could add "4chan" as a tag or "faggots". In the end tags and folder are pretty much the same, so why not offer both ?

>> No.34969804

>so you have five bookmarks in stash
I'm talking about the speed dial. Stash isn't supposed to be for long-term stuff.

For example, I have a lot of bookmarks of blogs of artists/programmers. I'd tag them with stuff like "art", "game dev", "porn", etc. If I feel like checking out any subset of them, I type in the tags and mash middle-click.

It's the same reason you'd use tags for anything else. It makes it possible to query bookmarks based on user-defined attributes.

>> No.34969850

ah right

>> No.34969858

I hope they add back using the 1 and 2 keys for tab switching and letting ctrl+tab switch based on last-viewed order.

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Using 15 right now. I just noticed that closing and opening the preview doesn't restart the gif.

>> No.34970592


>Installing Chrome extensions in Opera 15 is easy: First, install the Chrome Extension Installer for Opera Next 15. Then go to the Chrome Web Store and install whatever you want. The Web Store won't complain that you need a supported browser or anything—it'll just work. The extension you want will download and install, and it'll work normally.

So why aren't you using Opera yet?

>> No.34971808

http://chrome-extension-downloader.com/ works fine too.

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