Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 4th Sep 2007 11:48 UTC, submitted by abdavidson
Opera Software Opera has released an alpha build of their upcoming 9.5 release. "Following the release of Opera 9 last year, we re-wrote Opera's rendering engine for the coming Opera 9.5 release. As a result, Opera 9.5 contains more than a year's worth of speed, standards and performance improvements."
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RE: Opera's interface
by johnnysaucepn on Tue 4th Sep 2007 23:29 UTC in reply to "Opera's interface"
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My main gripe about Opera is it's interface - it doesn't "blend in" at all on any platform. By this I mean that the widgets, icons and the file dialog look, feel and behave different than the platform's native ones.
Now, please don't tell me about skins. They're not a solution to this problem (or problems). They're actually the source of this problem (at least partly).

Actually, on Windows it does blend in - the default setup include a Windows Native skin that uses standard elements. I even used to use WindowBlinds to skin it!

Edited 2007-09-04 23:30

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