Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 16th Dec 2010 22:01 UTC, submitted by Idefix
Opera Software Opera 11 has been released. "Tab stacking is a better way to organize your open tabs. Simply drag one tab on top of another to create a stack. Extensions help you personalize your browser and enhance what Opera can do. With the flick of your wrist, mouse gestures let you navigate back and forwards, open new pages, close tabs and so much more. In Opera 11, you now have a handy visual guide to the wonders of mouse gestures. We changed the address bar, so you can make better sense of the security levels of the sites you visit. Opera 11 now displays a clear badge indicating the security level and allowing immediate, one-click access to security and trust information about the site."
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just let it die please
by xaeropower on Sat 18th Dec 2010 07:58 UTC
xaeropower
Member since:
2005-12-16

I won't even bother trying this release. Just close your stupid company, nor/swe gov will pay up your workers after anyways. Opera should realize their products are worthless and uncompetitive. I feel good that I don't work at your company, losers.

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RE: just let it die please
by BlueofRainbow on Sat 18th Dec 2010 16:04 in reply to "just let it die please"
BlueofRainbow Member since:
2009-01-06

I feel strongly that such comment does not belong here on OSNews.

Anyways, many of the features now taken for granted when using the main stream browsers originated from Opera. It maybe true that innovative groups/organizations do not necessarily become dominant in the marketplace and/or are heavily criticized when such features are first introduced. However, they deserve to be encouraged - not impeded by wishes for their disappearance from the marketplace.

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RE: just let it die please
by enzobelmont on Sat 18th Dec 2010 17:58 in reply to "just let it die please"
enzobelmont Member since:
2006-11-08

shame on you buddy.

i'm an opera user since version 2.18 (1997 maybe?)
it is a innovation source since then.

i'm pretty sure your life is so successful to make this kind of comment.

sorry my english, and sorry to all osnews readers for this user's comment.

Edited 2010-12-18 18:00 UTC

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RE: just let it die please
by UltraZelda64 on Sat 18th Dec 2010 22:04 in reply to "just let it die please"
UltraZelda64 Member since:
2006-12-05

God damn, what did Opera ever do to you?

You can choose not to use it, but I'll continue to have at least *some* interest. For a while, before Firefox came along, Opera and the Mozilla Suite were all we had (leaving IE out on purpose here)--and guess which one felt snappier while continuing to provide new features that would eventually be copied by all the other major browsers today?

Honestly, I don't know what Opera could have possibly done to get such a heavy attack thrown their way...

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RE[2]: just let it die please
by xaeropower on Tue 21st Dec 2010 20:52 in reply to "RE: just let it die please"
xaeropower Member since:
2005-12-16

TBH couple of years ago when I really needed job I applied there for some shit and got rejected with no reason after the interview obviously i wasnt swedie pusseh enough. But besides that their crapware browser was always forcing users to watch their ads thats enough to shame themselves. Want to make monnies you dumb faggots convice your tard govt to buy your browser dont force kids and students to watch your ads.

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