Coming changes to Opera
davids1lilpixie last edited by
Well I must say that it's been nice while it lasted. I have loved Opera since I first found it, loved it's features. However, now I'm told by Opera's own web page, that I no longer can use or run Adobe reader, plugin or flashplayer, that I don't need them. Umm, I hate to tell someone at Opera this, but yes, yes I'm afraid I do. I need at least two of them to play Webkinz, to play Moshi Monsters and more importantly I need them to PLAY VIDEOS IN YOUTUBE. Call me crazy but there it is, all three of these websites have major facets of them that won't run without them and I am NOT using some other service. Worse still, some genius or group thereof have decided to "fix" something that was never broken in the first place. There was and is nothing wrong with Opera as it is now and YET this self same group of busybodies have decided that Opera needs to be "fixed" and willy-nilly changes are going to take place and be shoved down my throat, so to speak, whether I want them or not. Well congratulations to whomever decided, or group thereof, these changes were and are necessary because in changing Opera from a web browser which I have constantly chosen over Mozilla and IE, you have lost a customer. I'm moving to Safari and will be deleting Opera posthaste. Bon Voyage and good luck with fixing something that was never broken in the first place! I wonder how many other users will also be saying Bon Voyage?
christoph142 last edited by
now I'm told by Opera's own web page, that I no longer can use or run Adobe reader, plugin or flashplayer
What the hell are you talking about?!
joshl last edited by
Davids should calm down and tell with what version s/he's having problems.
I reckon, Christoph, s/he having encountered them, visited here and got appaled by various mentions of plugins to be disabled in favour of something else - like PPapis & MMamies or like that...