I have no issues beating a dead horse. Opera, you already have a browser working in Linux. There are plenty of Linux programs in place, like sensor readings for hard drive and CPU temperatures; activity per core on the CPU; ability to see how much RAM and swap space are being utilized; and the list goes on. Heck, you can see much of that just by running the "top" command on Linux. Surely if such simple programs can do what GX does on Windows, you should be able to do it easier on Linux, especially since it's all open source. Heck, even Windows is getting on the bandwagon. As they say, adapt or die. I for one will stop using Opera on either Linux or Windows if GX is not available as a viable browser by Q4 of 2021. The clock is ticking and the gauntlet has been laid down.
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