The explosion of these sites and the amount of resources we need to maintain our own service has changed our outlook on My Opera. We had a good run for many years, but we believe your content could have a better home elsewhere, so we have made the decision to shut down My Opera as of March 1, 2014.
The explosion of blink based browsers and the amount of resources we need to maintain our Opera Browser has changed our outlook at Opera Software ASA. We had a good run for many years, but we believe your browsing could be better served elsewhere, so we have made the decision to shut down Opera as of January 1, 2015.
.......Funny thing is, he's been cheering the changes being made as if turning the browser into a Facebook app and closing the community was the best thing since sliced bread. Maybe for some people it is, and for the rest of us-- maybe it IS time to leave and not look back.
maybe it IS time to leave and not look back.
The expressed attitude by this character who I will not name
Quote from: hoang_royal_irFully support HTML5. At the moment, I just see that only Google Chrome is having the HTML5 full support. Chrome does not have full HTML5 support. Opera's HTML5 support is excellent as well. It doesn't make sense for you to make this request.
Fully support HTML5. At the moment, I just see that only Google Chrome is having the HTML5 full support.
Quote from: inriskIf you can read, I do state 'This is what I see on all my browsers'.You posted a screenshot of Chrome. In an Opera forum.Not only is this incredibly rude, but Opera's error messages are generally much more informative than Chrome's.
If you can read, I do state 'This is what I see on all my browsers'.
Quote from: mcaleckHow come Opera is doing so badly in the V8 Benchmark Suite test?It isn't. The V8 benchmark was designed to make Chrome look good and ignores the things Chrome it slow at. It's useless.
How come Opera is doing so badly in the V8 Benchmark Suite test?
Oh, yeah. It might be interesting to search for his 'nym (and previous banned ones, although I forget what they were) ...
OK, this will be spammy but hey - forums will be closed soon anyhow and I think it's very relevant / interesting... http://otter-browser.org/ - basically a project aiming to mimic Opera 12.x UI and functions. It's still in early stages (AFAIKR alpha 1 binaries will be released tomorrow), it's based on Qt5 with (currently) WebKit as rendering engine (author mentions Blink in the feature, possibly other?). From the looks of the screenshots it looks promissing - basically what Opera promised - an old Opera 12 UI with webkit/blink engine underneath.
0.1.01 (01.01.2014):[...]- implemented tab detaching;
And I get "Invalid Token" and Bad Request" errors often when trying to log in with Opera 12.
(I hope I copied the correct link identifying the post)
Vivaldi.net Set up apparently by the former CEO of Opera ASA
Dear All,It is with a heavy heart that I send this message. Next week will be my last at Opera. It has become clear that The Board, Management and I do not share the same values and we do not have the same opinions on how to keep evolving Opera. As a result I have come to an agreement with the Board to end my time at Opera. I feel the Board and Management is more quarterly focused than me. I have always worked to build the company for the future. I believe the foundation we have is very solid to build further upon.I do believe strongly in Opera as a company, and in all of you working here. Our products actually make a difference for a lot of people in the world, and I wish you all the best of luck moving forward. I will be following the company closely and rooting for you all.Yours truly, Jon.
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