I've no idea what Presto and/or Blink are and I really don't care - All these "explanations" are of no interest for me - All I want is my menubar - my customized icons and my email back - Changes can be good if they're making things better - Don't tell me that when millions of users need to learn how to use the "new Chrome" aka Opera from "scratch" this changes are beneficial for the USER - Opera programmers needs to do something asap!!!
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RE: Menubar and EmailOpera for Windows
Menubar and EmailOpera for Windows
I've delayed my Opera update as long as I could but now more and more sites demand an updated Opera so I finally did - Thank God Opera 29 installed itself as a new application leaving my Opera 12.17 untouched - I don't understand why Opera had to change the well known Opera interface and had to adapt the "Chrome look" - If I wanted my browser to look like Chrome I would chose the original and not Opera - I'm really pissed about this because I want my familiar interface - that is the possibility of a standard menubar and my email tabs - Now I'm forced to have 2 Opera versions so I can have my email and do my settings with the traditional and familiar menus (File - Edit - View etc)
If Opera finds it necessary to look like Chrome for God knows what reason then Opera at the least could have developed some addons which allow faithful users to change to the usual "Opera look" - Get a grip Opera - many of us users have been faithful users for decays and are use to the menubar and email features and we really don't need these frickin' changes