i dont like opera 24 at all. opera 12 is so much better.
i can't find so many things in opera 24
i can't figure out how to find my bookmarks. notes, fields that remember info (like when you type in your address or name it suggests things you've input into the settings to add so you dont have to type the whole thing out), i can't seem to figure out how to customize buttons all over..
I hate the whole layout of their options
it's like they stripped all the cool stuff away and locked it down for morons.. so now it has me wanting to turn to a more advanced browser.
for now i will stick with Opera 12, because i love it.. but when that becomes obsolete i guess i'll be moving to another company if Opera 24 is anything to go by.
Why shouldn't they? Chrome/Chromium for example have full (and pretty good, much better than Mozilla, on par with IE) support for Estonian ID cards (smartcards/PKI) - why shouldn't Opera do the same? I could understand that adding required infrastructure to Presto would be task too big, but as Chromium already includes that support, I can't see that big obstacles implementing it in Opera also.
I recently started to domesticate newer Operas - but what point this has, if I lose many of Opera 10/11/12 features (even using couple of extensions) and do not gain even IDcard support? How can I even recommend Opera to any fellow estonians, if it doesn't support ID card?
Or maybe smartcards do work in Opera and I have just something missing in my setup?
Slight addition ... Opera for Linux did that, and there was an option in Windows so that specifically middle-clicking on the tab bar could do that. (Though in Linux the text only needed to be highlighted, in Windows it was from the clipboard.)