Linked by addoula on Tue 5th Oct 2010 22:02 UTC
Opera Software Since the launch of Opera 10.5 in March 2010, I've been using it as my primary browser, whether at work or at home. Using Ubuntu at work, and a Windows netbook at home, I wanted a fast browser for my netbook and a coherent browsing experience on both operating systems. And this is where Opera 10.5 (and newer) fits perfectly.
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Fergy
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2006-04-10

How useful is the cache if you need to empty it just to test something you are developing?

If you are part of 99,99% of the users that are not developers then it is wonderful. Why do you think it is weird that your extreme minority gets a lower priority?

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vodoomoth Member since:
2010-03-30

Opera has presented its browser as a wonderful browser for web developers (which I am no longer). Just like Chrome does and just like Microsoft did with its ludicrous browsers features comparison chart.

Moreover, there have been many changes to the cache manager in the new breed after Opera 9.27. If they were willing to implement an obfuscated naming scheme for items in the cache, why not provide an individual button in each line of the items listing?

I am sure there's no need to be a developer before wanting to delete an item from a repository. We do that for cookies, we do that for the wand (aka "Password Manager" as of one of the latest versions), why not for the cache? With this feature, I'm marking Opera with my "Perfection" stamp. Anyway, the odds of me needing that are lower in my current position.

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