Is there progress in this direction? Or Opera developers do not want to go on about the users as well as Google Chrome? By the way the browser Slimjet also based on Webkit engine, developers are made customaze toolbar.
There probably is not extension for exactly similar behavior (I haven't found suitable chrome API to hook up all required navigational events/key/mouse actions, but my experience with extension coding is very little so far also). It would be possible to create specific extension buttons for Rewind or FF however.
Of course I'm really wanting these actions (Rewind/FF) reimplemented in new Opera core either...
Hmh, that's why I couldn't find it, thanks a lot Anyway, this flag doesn't help in Beta version (where it is present) either.
Can anyone confirm flash scaling problem on geni.com (you can search famous people and view tree without logging in) on different OS, using 120DPI (or anything different from 96DPI)? On my XP some things may behave differently (although Chrome is displaying it correctly).
"Chrome apps are built on non-standardized platform-and-browser-specific code. That's not how the web and true platform-agnostic web apps are meant to be, it's an affront to the open web standards."
OH GOD.. if Opera is able to support those apps similar to chrome only on a standerized platform, OPERA would automatically be the best browser..it would take the torch! you hear that Opera!?>
They can but hopefully they won't.
Chrome apps are built on non-standardized platform-and-browser-specific code. That's not how the web and true platform-agnostic web apps are meant to be, it's an affront to the open web standards.