Opera 28 forced me to opt Mozilla

  • Hi,

    the tiles speed dail is gone np

    but the tabs are loading so slow, I just got annoyed and switched to Mozilla. May be u should start beta version first, rather than directly implementing them in to stable versions.

  • They do. Maybe you should spell check your posts before submitting them.

  • Many people use Opera whose first language is not English.

    Let's be somewhat charitable.

  • I'm inclined to be less charitable to people who post here simply to make insults and state they are leaving. Even so, half the problem with his post isn't from a language barrier. Its full of typos and missing punctuation and I don't know of any language were that is acceptable practice. The Opera Forums also support 13 languages. Chances are his native one is supported.

  • lando242 if you have nothing useful to say then stfu instead of being pedantic. who the f are u to flag my post M pucker

    Go use firefox u will understand what opera is up to

    now I understand why this browser suck. May be u should ask your team to spend some time on developing a stable browser rather that proofreading everyone's comment hahaha

  • I generally don't bother flagging peoples posts unless its spam and I didn't flag any of your posts. And they are not my team. I'm a user just like anyone else here that doesn't have a special icon next to their profile picture. And lastly, I do use Firefox on a semi-regular basis as part of my job. Its the main reason why I have Opera installed on a USB drive, so I can avoid everyone PC thats still stuck using IE and Firefox like its 2003.

  • Hi,
    the tiles speed dail is gone np
    but the tabs are loading so slow, I just got annoyed and switched to Mozilla. May be u should start beta version first, rather than directly implementing them in to stable versions.

    No features are ever added directly to stable (even beta doesn't get new features added directly). all new features are added in the dev channel, stabilized in beta, and then released to stable. This is the same development cycle used by chrome and firefox btw...

  • spell check? you are talking about 'dial'? hahahaha why does it matter, you still got the point.

    Now I understand why the browser suck! People here are concentrating on grammar and proofreading rather than improving browser performance.

    Right now, I am using Firefox, it loads the tabs better than Opera. Hope they will fix it.

  • I commented the above comment several hours ago right after your comment it is showing up now. Some retard should have reported it then.

    It showed a msg, Your post has been flagged for moderation, and will appear once it's been approved.

  • spell check? you are talking about 'dial'? hahahaha why does it matter, you still got the point.
    Now I understand why the browser suck! People here are concentrating on grammar and proofreading rather than improving browser performance.
    Right now, I am using Firefox, it loads the tabs better than Opera. Hope they will fix it.

    I commented the above quoted one several hours ago right after your comment and it was sent to moderator for no reason. It is showing up now.

  • spell check? you are talking about 'dial'? hahahaha why does it matter, you still got the point.
    Now I understand why the browser suck! People here are concentrating on grammar and proofreading rather than improving browser performance.
    Right now, I am using Firefox, it loads the tabs better than Opera. Hope they will fix it.

    I commented the above quoted one several hours ago right after your comment and it was sent to moderator for no reason. It is showing up now.

    Actually, there was a reason - it's just that sometimes it's very hard to figure it out. These forums have a filter mechanism that monitors incoming posts and, if they cross various kinds of thresholds, they get auto-pulled for moderator examination. Those thresholds consider wording, punctuation, and who-knows-what-else. I've had very short posts and very long posts pulled for moderation, as well as ones with lots of punctuation and ones without. This post I'm currently making might very well get pulled in part because of the hyphens I've used.

    The filtering certainly plays havoc with the flow of communications in a thread, but it's better than the episodic bombardment of spam we all had to live with here in early days.

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