I'm just saying, when you make a software that is an alternative to
- ie, a preinstalled piece of junk
- the official chrome, a botnet and
You have to reconsider what you're doing because I still think Opera has potential and it must not turn into abandonware.
Functionality isn't that bad, even if I remember using opera 9 for years and it was more complete, email and various plugins.
I'm talking about aesthetics and I'm explaining what could be easily improved. Opera 9 by example supported a lot of skins of all kind created by artists, from Deviantart or others.
Now it's like if you compare what Ubuntu or Windows used to be: a true OS becoming a minimalist junk for tablets with little or no personality or taste.
I still use Opera9 for some applications. No way I'm going to overwrite it with that chromium clone. If I wanted Chrome, I'd install it.