Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 15th Aug 2009 00:04 UTC
Opera Software "Opera 10 beta 3 was released Wednesday for Windows, Mac, and Linux users. With a strong European following, the preview version has been able to keep this popular alternative browser competitive by offering page rendering quality comparable to Google Chrome, while offering a robust list of features."
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by Tuishimi on Sun 16th Aug 2009 15:40 UTC
Tuishimi
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2005-07-06

Scrolling is jerky.
Just tried accessing the Timesheet web application at work, does not work (works in Firefox, IE and Safari), tons of CSS errors for things like "display: inline;" and padding with negative values? Could be the errors refer to something else, perhaps a missing semicolon before the specified infraction, but that it not what Opera SAYS the error is so...

Anyway. I *like* opera, I have a soft spot for all underdog applications, especially ones that were ahead of their time at some point, but... can't be my daily browser.

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