Re: Keeping an eye on Opera
Reply #38 –
Indeed, that's what's gone missing in the new Blink/Chromium versions of the Opera browser… (The folks who clamored for "extensions" finally got their wish! Now, if I want to make the current Opera behave as I'd prefer, I have to get deeper into actual programming than I want or am able to. :sigh: ) But that's what comes of being assimilated!
[…] I've got my Opera customized in just about each and every aspect. How I can attach the same macro to a menu, button, mouse gesture, stack a whole bunch together… I don't think any other browser has that.
Web-surfing is being constrained to the model of commercial TV. (The "innovation" of cable channels won't help.) The browser is merely a content viewer…
I liked the ridiculously customizable Opera browser. It was corrective lenses that suited my eyes, as well as other enhancements that accommodated my other senses. (Sure, that's more than enough metaphor to explain what I mean? ) I'll keep it until I can't.
But, of course, I'll follow the new trends. If only to learn how to revert them: De-evolution!