Built-in mail client remove
konfuciy last edited by
Opera finally fixed the root bug whereby it was impossible to copy the information from the browser page with formatting in new version.
This is a great improvement as bug wandered from version to version for all browser history. And i had to use a variety of third-party buttons, extensions. etc to copy it right.
New Opera also has a comfortable and beautiful interface we can see as soon as it is opened.
Unfortunately, with slight modifications came huge disadvantages.
Why removed built-in mail client? To me it was one of the most important functions. Because of it, I used exactly the Opera and not Chromium, Mozilla, Explorer.
Also their was removed a drop-down list of visited websites, that unfolded by clicking the down arrow to the right of the entry string. Arrow incidentally removed earlier in previous versions.
These features are very convenient and easy, they are very accelerate work in the browser.
I have to admit that the new Opera is unusable for my purposes.
Systematic movement along the path of the functional castration will not increase the popularity of the program.
lem729 last edited by
What you're unhappy with relates to the features you want -- like the built in mail client. So sorry about that. You're dead right about the New Opera's beautful interface. But that's not all. It's faster, a pleasure to use, gets to sites the old Opera couldn't access anymore. And provides for a range of extensions that accelerate the work of the browser. And that's only to focus on a few of the improvements. . It's also being worked on by Opera, and makes possible continued refinements. Better can become -- and will -- even better still. It's nice to be part of something that's a happening.
This post is more of the same. You had (a) feature(s) and without it the browser is no good. Ok, suck up your gut and move on. We've been here before. This is an old record. This thread ought to be closed.