Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 22nd Jun 2006 21:41 UTC
Opera Software eWeek reviews Opera 9, and is full of praise: "It's a good bet that if you want to see the features that other Web browsers will be adding in a year or two, you should download Opera 9, which was released on June 20. The free Opera 9 is available in Windows, Linux, Solaris, BSD and Mac OS X versions. In our tests, we found Opera 9 to be one of the best Web browsing tools we've used in a long time, which is why we are giving Opera 9 an eWEEK Labs Analyst's Choice award." They have a set of screenshots as well.
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RE[4]: Sounds about right
by Dave_K on Sat 24th Jun 2006 17:50 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Sounds about right"
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I haven't been able to have the tabs just above the browser window. The forward/backward/addressbar always needs to be under the tabs??

That's because the buttons and addressbar are attached to each individual page/tab, while the tabs are attached to the top of the main browser window. It's configured like that so that the addressbar and buttons are displayed on each page/tab if you use it as an MDI app without all pages/tabs maximised.

If you want a single global toolbar above the tabs, right click on a toolbar and select Customize, turn on the Main bar, then drag the buttons and address bar to it.

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RE[5]: Sounds about right
by pepa on Sat 24th Jun 2006 18:06 in reply to "RE[4]: Sounds about right"
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Hey Dave_K, thanks for the tip! Will try. If I would decide to use Opera mail too, maybe I should use Hugin & Munin, so that global toolbar won't show up in the mail view too..?

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