Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 1st Aug 2011 21:27 UTC
Mozilla & Gecko clones Mozilla has already done a lot to clean up the user interface of its successful web browser, but it would seem they're not yet done. As someone who finds the current interface a little... Chaotic and distracting, I'm quite happy with the changes they're currently proposing. They basically pointed at Chrome and said "pretty much that".
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RE[3]: Very similar to Opera
by Morgan on Wed 3rd Aug 2011 02:40 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Very similar to Opera"
Morgan
Member since:
2005-06-29

Yeah I was being a jerk, and I'm sorry about that. One of the reasons I don't have as many "friends" on here as some is that I tend to speak first and think later. Add that to my cynical nature, and I end up making a fool of myself.

Either way, you were using it before I was, as I found out about it near the end of the "fit on a floppy" days. I remember actually having to hunt down an older version so I could use it like that.

I wish I could say I still love Opera, but it just doesn't have that magic it had back in the '90s. As I've said before though, the mobile version kicks major butt! I put it on our new (well, new to us) Windows Mobile-based barcode scanners at the part time job, and it runs crazy-fast. We use them for quick product lookups, and hopefully soon for full inventory management. That's my new pet project there.

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RE[4]: Very similar to Opera
by mfaudzinr on Wed 3rd Aug 2011 05:32 in reply to "RE[3]: Very similar to Opera"
mfaudzinr Member since:
2008-02-13

:-) :-) :-) 3 smileys for you. You're alright. Anyways on desktops, Opera is my poison and yes the mobile version kicks ass.

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