@torss Neither @burnout426 nor I are arguing in favor of Opera's auto-import policy, in fact we both probably disagree with that policy... but it's Opera's own decision whether to do it automatically unless the user opts out at installation time. What I was simply pointing out is that Google/Chrome is certainly already aware that Opera does it that way, since it knows what all its competitors' browsers do during their installation; and it has not attempted to block such auto-importing, either in its Chrome code, in chromium's code, or legally in court. As far as how Opera knew you had installed Chrome portable, it's trivial to search for the specific Chrome data file names (or those of any other browser), either directly or via OS registry entries, during an installation process - particularly if the other browser is listed as default in the OS.
@sgunhouse said in Website notification is too abused and annoying:
It is easy to disable notifications either in Opera's settings or in Android - why didn't you do that first?
Oh i didn't know it can be disabled
But most peoples don't know how to disable it and we had some student getting +18 spam because they pressed allow for no reason. There will be more websites that abuses notification to keep asking until they press allow if no protection implement.
@torss said in Toolbar UI constantly appear and disappearing while scrolling on m.facebook.com:
The new Toolbar UI behavior and its sensitivity is very bad, like motion sensor turns on the light for no reason. On m.facebook.com, the Toolbar UI is going crazy when i scrolling down. And not only that, it doesn't appear when i scroll up a littlebit and it appear after it stops scrolling down
I like the old Toolbar UI behavior and its sensitivity and stability because it is so much better. Google Chrome's Toolbar UI is still doing better like old Opera versions
Watch the video: https://youtu.be/Jddvo935foA