Originally posted by leushino:
Originally posted by SmOgER:
But after some 20mins I gave up searching for that unheard feature called 'bookmarks' and how to import them from html... It's gone. That's it, that's too much, I'am speechless, that's RIDICULOUS. Everything which in the past made the Opera browser great and desirable is now gone, and the removal of bookmarks put the last nail on it's grave. :rip:
What is ridiculous is the lack of reading comprehension demonstrated by so many one-time posters. If you had read Pesala's post above, you would have realized that hundreds (no... thousands) of bookmarks can be made to reside on the QAB if you would simply follow directions. But I believe you don't want to follow directions but simply registered to whine and then vanished. :bye: :bye:
I don't need QAB nor any "smart bookmarks" or speed dials, all I want is a fricking bookmarks bar below address bar so I could open the page I want with the SINGLE mouse click (it's a PC after all and not some 7" tablet) and be able to import html, like in any other browser but Opera. Cheers, I love you too.
If not the rendering issues and discontinued support for fixing them, I'am sure I would be writing this now from Opera 12.16. Besides small bugs to be fixed, IMO it was a perfect browser really, especially when you compare it to something like this.. a window with address bar.