Will Opera for Android still be developed now that Opera Touch has been released?
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So, this is what I've been wondering. I know that Chrome is means to an end with Google, for people integrating their browser with their services, Firefox is selling the free web story, but what's Opera's point? Is the browser here only as means to sell us ads? Is that a thing that should realistically be an objection with someone using it (with basically any company trying to sell us ads these days...)?
I've been told a couple of days ago there's no news on the issue. Which is kinda weird, since I presume it's only a cosmetic issue, so beats me why it hasn't been fixed in three months now. Three months.
/rant mode on
Am I the only one who keeps getting the feeling Opera isn't focusing on Opera for computers anymore?
Bumping to see if there's anything new in the matter.
Understood, I thought I'm not the only one having the issue. I just wonder if there's an ETA (even a rough guesstimate) when it's being resolved?
As the title states, fragments of my favorite browser (if anyone from the team is reading, great job!) are not looking in sync with the rest of the theme. Namely scrollbars and the gapfill spaces. They look like there's not rendering for them, like they were built for windows 95.
I've waited before reporting because i thought it will be fixed soon, but it still isn't. Is there any ETA when it will be fixed, because it looks annoying?